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History: While many Negro League clubs took their nicknames from their local white counterparts, the Black Crackers taking theirs from the Southern Association’s all-white Atlanta Crackers led to one of the oddest team names in baseball history. Both clubs shared Atlanta’s famed Ponce de Leon Park, where during the 1940 season the legendary Satchel Paige appeared in two games for the Black Crackers.
- Made in America
- Negro Southern League
- Authentic reproduction of the jersey worn in 1940 by the Atlanta Black Crackers
- Authentic white with navy pinstripe baseball flannel
- 50% wool, 50% polyester
- Navy trim around collar and sleeves
- Felt red on navy "ABC" on the front
- Felt #11 on back
- Dry Clean Only
- Item #: ABC40H
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