St. Paul Saints 1939 Home Jersey
History: New York had its "Subway Series". The Twin Cities - with two clubs in the American Association for six decades - had the "Streetcar Series", as the Saints faced off innumerable times against the Minneapolis Millers. The Saints played in cozy Lexington Park for most of their tenure, and the great Twin Cities baseball rivalry only ended in 1961, when the Washington Senators came to town and were newly-christened the Minnesota Twins.
- Made in the USA
- American Association
- Authentic reproduction of the jersey worn in 1939 by the St. Paul Saints
- Authentic white wool flannel
- Custom royal felt St. Paul with tail on front
- Button front
- Centennial patch on left sleeve
- Royal felt #4 on back
- Item #: STP39H
Please note: This product cannot be customized.