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Harmon Killebrew Hall of Fame Jersey

Harmon Killebrew Hall of Fame Jersey

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Was $250.00
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Harmon Killebrew Hall of Fame Jersey

Harmon Killebrew Hall of Fame Jersey

Was $250.00 $250.00
Sale: $250.00 (0% OFF )
Was $250.00
Sold out
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Description: For years Ebbets Field Flannels has produced the flannel jerseys for Hall of Fame induction ceremonies. Through a new partnership with the Hall, we are proud to be able to offer those jerseys for sale for the first time. Now you can dress like your favorite Hall of Famer!

White wool body with felt lettering on the chest and the back.

  • Made in the USA
  • Authentic reproduction of the Hall of Fame jersey worn by Harmon Killebrew
  • Vintage white wool flannel
  • Red on royal blue felt “Hall of Fame" script on the chest
  • Red on royal blue blue no. 3 and “Killebrew” lettering on the back
  • Red and royal blue trim on collar and sleeves
  • National Baseball Hall of Fame patch on the left sleeve
  • Elbow-length sleeves
  • Button front
  • Dry Clean Only

League: National Baseball Hall of Fame

History: “Hammerin’ Harmon” Killebrew, also known as “the Killer,” was a power-hitter who spent all but one season of an impressive 22-year career with the same organization. Originally joining the Washington Senators und MLB’s Bonus Rule in 1954, Killebrew moved with the franchise to Minnesota in 1961 when they became the Minnesota Twins. He eventually spent a single season with the Kansas City Royals in 1975 before formally announcing his retirement in 1976. Killebrew hit 573 career home runs, recording eight separate seasons in which he hit 40+ homers and leading the league in homers six times. He hit the longest home runs ever recorded at two different stadiums, a 520 footer at Minnesota’s Metropolitan Stadium and a 471 foot dinger at Baltimore’s Memorial Stadium, as well as becoming the first player to hit a ball over the left field roof at Tiger Stadium in Detroit. The Twins retired Killebrew’s number 3 in 1975, and in his fourth year of eligibility he was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 1984.

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