St. Paul Gophers Jersey
Years Active: 1907-1916
Stadiums: Lexington Park
The St. Paul Gophers played in the early days of segregated baseball before official Negro Leagues were established. As a result they played mostly as an independent barnstorming team. The Gophers were able to attract top talent including Bobby Marshall, who would go on to be one of the first black players in the NFL and Sammie Ransom, one of the first black college basketball players. The team notably beat the Leland Giants which was known to be the best teams of its time.
- Sammie Ransom
- Bobby Marshall
- James "Candy Jim" Taylor
- John "Steel Arm" Taylor
- Customized with any name and number
- Heavyweight sewn tackle twill numbers and letters
- 100% polyester
*all sales final on customized items
This product is an historical representation of the defunct team in the description. The product is in no way affiliated with any existing team, league or other organization.
This is a customized item and ships in 4-6 weeks
*jerseys are handmade, there may be a difference of up to an inch
Available in women's and youth sizes by request