Kitty League Clubhouse Shirt
Description: Soft, classic and ready to wear. We’ve printed our favorite historic teams on this tri-blend fabric to make the perfect Clubhouse shirt. Made in the USA!
- 4.5 oz. lightweight rayon, cotton tri-blend
- Imported. Printed in the USA
- Item #: KIT35CH
League: Kitty League
History: There were several incarnations of the Kentucky-Illinois-Tennessee League. In the mid-1930s it was a Class D League with six clubs (hence “the six lives league”). The Jackson Generals won the regular season pennant in ’35 with a 50-42 record. Normally, the first and second half winners would face each other for the league title, but Jackson was disqualified due to violations of the veteran player limit, and Lexington refused to meet Portageville in the playoffs because they contended that Portageville was not the true second-half champion.