Calgary Purity 99 1946 Road Jersey


Travel Gray
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History: Named for the Purity Oil Company, the Purity 99 represented Calgary, Alberta, in Canada’s Big Four League. The most famous player in the club’s history was an outfielder named Glen “Gorgeous” Gorbous, a local kid who went on to play for the Cincinnati Reds and Philadelphia Phillies, and who later at an exhibition with the Omaha Cardinals threw a baseball 445 feet and 10 inches, a Guinness World Record that still stands to this day.

Product Description:

  • Made in the USA
  • Big Four League
  • Authentic reproduction of the jersey worn in 1946 by the Calgary Purity 99
  • Authentic gray wool blend flannel
  • Rayon trim
  • Sewn felt lettering
  • Felt #18 on the back
  • Item #: CAL99R
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