San Diego (PCL) 1937 Home Jersey
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History: Ted Williams (#19) - the lanky kid who would go on to earn the nickname "The Splendid Splinter" - was signed by the hometown Padres as a pitcher. After the 1937 season, Williams' contract was purchased by the Red Sox. He was sent to Minneapolis in 1938 before joining the Sox in 1939.
- Made in the USA
- Pacific Coast League
- Authentic reproduction of the jersey worn in 1937 by the San Diego Padres
- Authentic white with navy pinstripe flannel
- Navy Sun Collar
- Navy block felt lettering
- Felt #19 (Ted Williams) on back
- Item #: SDP37H
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When I saw this jersey I knew I needed it. It's classic; I only wish the Padres would go back to that look. I knew my brother would love it, so I bought him one as an early Christmas present.
This jersey is perfection! Arrived in about 3 weeks, and well worth the wait. My boyfriend won’t even take this thing off, and says it’s fhe best gift he’s ever gotten. Thanks guys!