A while back I did a post on Ebbets Field Flannels, a labor of love that Jerry Cohen founded in Seattle in 1988. Ebbets Field Flannels features 450 historical baseball jerseys from the Federal League, the Negro League and the Pacific Coast League and other leagues as well. I just love Jerry’s jerseys and I am not the only one. When the producers of 42, the recent movie about Jackie Robinson, were looking for someone to make the uniforms to be worn in the film, they came to Jerry. Quite a feather in his baseball cap you might say. Or not. If you are looking for a one-of-a-kind gift for the sports fan in your life this holiday season, you need look no further than Ebbets Field Flannels. Whether it’s a 1953 Hiroshima Carp jersey,
or a 1957 Portland Beavers jersey,
the recipient of your gift will be speechless. And if you’re going to buy an Ebbets Fields Flannel masterpiece, now is the time. Jerry is offering 20% on purchases on the website until Sunday.
So get holiday shopping!