Mexico City Aztecs 1946 Home Jersey
History: The Mexican National League was set up by Organized Baseball to try to thwart Jorge Pascual's outlaw Mexican League, which was trying to entice major league players with higher salaries. Although the league withdrew from OB in late May, there was an 11-game post-season series played between The Juarez Indios and the Chihuahua Dorados, won by Juarez. El Paso was the sole U.S. entry in the league.
- Made in the USA
- Mexican National League
- Authentic reproduction of the jersey worn in 1946 by the Mexico City Aztecs
- Authentic white wool flannel
- Felt lettering
- Felt #15 on back
- Item #: AZT46H
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Hello! I own a lot of jerseys and this one is definitely one of the nicest I’ve purchase. I haven’t wore it jet but I’m sure that once I do I will be getting lots of compliments on it. I am a huge Dodgers fan and this jersey is the same colors as theirs. So that’s a big plus.