Founded in 1988, Ebbets Field Flannels have become renowned for their ability to manufacture exact replicas of genuine mid-Century American sportswear apparel. Inspired by lesser-known independent league teams and dedicated to using original materials and techniques, Ebbets Field Flannels are committed to staying faithful to original designs and have grown to become the finest producer of vintage American baseball attire.
The Ebbets Field Flannels Minneapolis Millers Clubhouse Shirt is inspired by the clubhouse shirts worn by baseball teams. Made using a vintage, soft 4.4 ounce tri blend, it's got a crew neck which matches with the contrast sleeve, and is Made in the USA.
In 1903 the Millers opened Nicollet Park and stayed there for the next fifty-three years. This American Association team was home to many baseball greats including Carl Yastzremski Ted Williams and Willie Mays. The Say Hey Kid was so popular in Minneapolis that the parent New York Giants took out ads in the local newspaper in 1951 apologizing to local fans for calling Willie up to the Majors.