Fort Worth Cats 1940 Home Jersey
History: The '40 Cats featured an outfielder named Henry "Prince" Oana, a Hawaiian player whose professional career began with encouragement from none other than Ty Cobb, who had seen Oana play as a youngster on a barnstorming team in Japan. Oana's Hawaiian heritage would challenge the nature of color barriers in professional baseball during a fascinating career that also saw him transition from an outfielder to a pitcher while in Fort Worth to make a late-career return to the Major Leagues.
- Made in the USA
- Texas League
- Authentic reproduction of the jersey worn in 1940 by the Fort Worth Cats
- Authentic white with navy pinstripe baseball wool flannel
- Cats emblem on front
- Felt #4 on back
- Dry Clean Only
- Item #: FTW40H
Please note: This product cannot be customized.
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