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, the brand are committed to staying faithful to original designs. Ebbets Field Flannels has grown to become the finest producer of vintage American baseball attire.
In 1946 Jorge Pascual and his brothers took over the independent Mexican League and used fifty million dollars of their fortune to pose a direct challenge to the U.S. major leagues. With money to burn, Pascual not only the top Mexican and Negro leagues players (baseball was still a segregated affair in the U.S.), but also induced a handful of American major leaguers to “jump” their contracts to play in Mexico. The ill-fated one and only season of the Mexican National League ended with the Chihuahua Dorados and Juarez Indios tied for first place. However the Juarez franchise found new life in the Arizona-Texas League. In 1950, the Indios, led by manager Syd Cohen, won the A-TL pennant by two games over cross-border rival El Paso.