LARGE - Greenville Spinners 1932 Home Jersey
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History: After being banned from professional baseball for his alleged role in throwing the 1919 World Series as a member of the Chicago White Sox, Shoeless Joe Jackson played semi-pro ball for decades in South Carolina, often under a fake name. Jackson was 45 years old when he played the 1932 season in Greenville, which is also where he died in 1951.
- Made in the USA
- North Carolina Textile League
- Authentic reproduction of the jersey worn by "Shoeless Joe" Jackson in 1932 by when he played for the Greenville Spinners
- Authentic white with navy pinstripe baseball wood flannel
- Sun collar
- Felt lettering
- Item #: GVL32H