Kansas City Packers 1914 Road Jersey
History: Kansas City's first major league baseball team had an inauspicious start in 1914, when a September flash flood destroyed their ballpark - Gorden & Koppel Field - and the Packers had to play all of their remaining games on the road. The league then attempted to move the club to Newark, NJ for 1915, but was prevented from doing so by injunctions issued in favor of the team's management.
- Made in the USA
- Federal League
- Authentic reproduction of the jersey worn in 1914 by the Kansas City Packers
- Authentic grey wool blend flannel
- Byron collar pullover jersey
- Felt lettering
- No number on back
- Item #: KCP14R
Please note: This product cannot be customized.