Vernon Tigers 1925 Home Jersey
History: Vernon was (and still is) an industrial town surrounded by the city of Los Angeles. Why locate a professional ballclub there, you might ask? It happened that sales of alcoholic beverages were legal in Vernon, but not in LA. Happy Hogan (who had changed his last name to avoid his father finding out that he had chosen baseball as a profession) managed the Tigers from 1909 until his untimely death from pneumonia in 1915. Hogan was an early advocate of uniform numbers, a concept which did not become standardized until the early 1930s.
- Made in the USA
- Pacific Coast League
- Authentic reproduction of the jersey worn in 1925 by the Vernon Tigers
- Pinstripe wool flannel
- Chain Stitch patch on front
- Raglan sleeves
- Dry Clean Only
- Item #: VER25H
Please note: This product cannot be customized.
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