Enhance your diamond wardrobe with these vintage game-worn garments. Includes: 1951 Minor League Jersey cream-colored flannel button-down with blue pinstriped pattern, “Sox” sewn to the left breast in blue felt and “14” sewn to the back in like fashion. The collar is home to a “Rawlings” label and size “44” tag, and the left front tail has a stitched “51” identifier; heavy wear. 1950s Industrial League Ensemble cream-colored flannel pants/jersey with felt identifiers and Cleveland-based “Blepp-Coombs” tagging. Solid wear More on our website.
Also included is a pair of Chicago Cubs home pants likely worn by pitcher Jack Aker during the 1972 season. The white knit leg wear features a blue pinstripe pattern, (2) cotton-line back pockets and a one-button zippered fly. Within the cotton-lined waistband, a “Rawlings” label is accompanied by a satin strip tag with stitched identifiers of “36 25 72 1” and a “SET 1 #8P 1972” flap tag. In blue marker, “AKER” suggests that the pants were worn by pitcher jack Aker, who was acquired from the New York Yankees that season. Elsewhere, the names ”Butler,” “Chamberlain” and “Harris” are inscribed. The pants show heavy wear with team repairs to the left knee and back of upper left leg.