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Third Man Records // Ebbets Field Flannels

Ebbets Field Flannels has teamed up with independent record label Third Man Records (founded by Jack White of The White Stripes), to create this black vintage wool blend “Third Man” baseball jersey. The flannel features yellow trim, white felt lettering, #3 on the back, and a Third Man Records patches on the left and right sleeves.

Purchase this flannel at the Third Man Records official online shop.

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HOMES OF THE PCL

A look at some of the Stadiums and ballparks that housed some of the Pacific Coast Leagues most storied franchises.

Seals Stadium. San Francisco CA Teams housed: San Francisco Seals (1931-1957), Mission Reds (1931-1937)

Seals Stadium. San Francisco CA
Teams housed: San Francisco Seals (1931-1957), Mission Reds (1931-1937)

Oaks Park, Emeryville CA Teams housed: Oakland Oaks (1912–1955)

Oaks Park, Emeryville CA
Teams housed: Oakland Oaks (1912–1955)

Edmonds Field, Sacramento CA Teams housed: Sacramento Solons (1936–1960)

Edmonds Field, Sacramento CA
Teams housed: Sacramento Solons (1936–1960)

Vaughn Street Park, Portland OR Teams housed: Portland Beavers (1901 - 1956), Portland Ducks (1929 - 1955)

Vaughn Street Park, Portland OR
Teams housed: Portland Beavers (1901 – 1956), Portland Ducks (1929 – 1955)

Washington Park. Los Angeles CA Teams housed: Los Angeles Angels (1893–1925)

Washington Park. Los Angeles CA
Teams housed: Los Angeles Angels (1893–1925)

Wrigley Field, Los Angeles CA Teams housed: Los Angeles Angels (1925–1957), Hollywood Stars (1926–1935, 1938)

Wrigley Field, Los Angeles CA
Teams housed: Los Angeles Angels (1925–1957), Hollywood Stars (1926–1935, 1938)

Gilmore Field, Hollywood CA Teams housed: Hollywood Stars (1939 - 1957)

Gilmore Field, Hollywood CA
Teams housed: Hollywood Stars (1939 – 1957)

Westgate Park, San Diego CA Teams housed: San Diego Padres (1958–1967)

Westgate Park, San Diego CA
Teams housed: San Diego Padres (1958–1967)

Lane Field, San Diego CA Teams housed: San Diego Padres (1936–1957)

Lane Field, San Diego CA
Teams housed: San Diego Padres (1936–1957)

Sick's Stadium, Seattle WA Teams housed: Seattle Rainiers (1938-1968), Seattle Steelheads (1946)

Sick’s Stadium, Seattle WA
Teams housed: Seattle Rainiers (1938-1968), Seattle Steelheads (1946)

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Ebbets Field Flannels for General Admission

To commemorate their brick & mortar opening, General Admission has reproduced some of our most notable ball caps, while adding a touch of their own. The cap collection includes renditions of the Chicago American Giants (1927), Homestead Grays (1945), U.S. Tour of Japan (1934) and the Los Angeles Angeles (1954). All available exclusively at 52 Brooks Ave. Venice, CA 90291 and generaladmission.us.

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Exterior Pano

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Ebbets Cameo on ROOT Sports Broadcast

If you’ve been watching Mariner home games on Tuesday evenings this month– You may have noticed a few Ebbets Field Flannels items starring in ROOT Sports “Twitter Tuesday” TV spot. The bit asks viewers a series of trivia questions throughout the broadcast, and we’re honored to be a part of it! Continue to watch on Tuesday’s during the season to see more appearances.

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Ebbets Joins the Cleats Up Club

We’re honored to be apart of the the “Cleats Up Club”, a capsule collection curated by Port LBC. The collection features custom baseball bats from Mitchell Bat Co., leather details from Fielders Choice, Baseball Caps and Satin Jackets from Ebbets Field Flannels, and an amazing duffel bag and design work from Port LBC.