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Hoosier Dome
$ 25.00
The stadium was originally named the Hoosier Dome until 1994 when RCA paid $10 million for the naming rights for 10 years, with two 5-year options to RCA at a cost of $3.5 million if invoked. The stadium seated 56,127 for football, the smallest in the NFL. Modifications were made to the stadium in 1999 to expand the suites and add club seating. Before that, the maximum seating for a football crowd was 60,272. The Dome was officially dedicated on August 11, 1984, as a sellout crowd watched the Indianapolis Colts defeat the NY Giants in an NFL preseason game. The Buffalo Bills and Chicago Bears played a preseason game at the Hoosier Dome on August 26, 1984. The game had been scheduled prior to the Colts moving to Indianapolis. The stadium also hosted high-school football games, Wrestlemania, the 1987 Pan Am Games, Final Fours and more.  50% Polyester, 50% Cotton. Heather Royal.  This product is not endorsed or licensed in any way...
Chicago Pennant Hat
$ 25.00
Chicago fans waited long enough....but they're not satisfied.  Cotton twill stretch fabric with garment washing; relaxed, contoured crown shape; lightweight buckram-fused front panels with ProStitching; pre-curved visor. Royal. This product is not endorsed or licensed in any way by any team, or organization.
Indianapolis Clowns
$ 25.00
The Indianapolis Clowns were a professional baseball team in the Negro American League. Tracing their origins back to the 1930s, the Clowns were the last of the Negro League teams to disband, continuing to play exhibition games into the 1980s. They began play as the independent Ethiopian Clowns, joined the Negro American League as the Cincinnati Clowns and, after a couple of years, relocated to Indianapolis. Hank Aaron was a Clown for a short period, and the Clowns were also one of the first professional baseball teams to hire a female player. 50% Polyester, 50% Cotton. Heather Royal. Officially Licensed. 
Indianapolis ABC's
$ 25.00
The Indianapolis ABCs were a Negro League Baseball team that played both as an independent club and as a charter member of the first Negro National League.  Originally organized by the American Brewing Company (thus "A.B.C.s") in the early 20th century, the team was managed by Ran Butler in 1911. By 1915, the ABCs were already challenging Rube Foster's Chicago American Giants for supremacy in black baseball. That year they defeated the American Giants in a series for the western black championship. 50% Polyester, 25% Cotton, 25% Rayon. Heather White/Grey Officially Licensed
Indianapolis Arrows
$ 25.00
In 1985, a man by the name of Art Angotti tried to bring a Major League Baseball team to Indianapolis. That team was called The Arrows. They had a logo. They had shirts. They had hats, they had jerseys. They just didn't have a home yet. Unable to lure an existing team to Indianapolis, the group headed by Angotti eventually gave up.  50% Polyester, 25% Cotton, 25% Rayon. Heather Grey This product is not endorsed or licensed in any way by any team, or organization.
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Go Go Chicago
$ 10.00 $ 25.00
We'll cheer you on to victory.When we're in the stands,We'll make those rafters ring;All through the season,You will hear us sing. 50% Polyester, 25% Cotton, 25% Rayon. Heather Navy This product is not endorsed or licensed in any way by any team, or organization.
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South Side Hitmen
$ 10.00 $ 25.00
That 1977 team was all about the Home Run! 50% Polyester, 50% Cotton. Black Heather.  This product is not endorsed or licensed in any way by any team, or organization.
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St Louis is a Baseball Town
$ 10.00 $ 25.00
Some say St Louis is the best Baseball Town in America. They've got a great case.  50% Polyester, 25% Rayon, 25% Cotton. Heather Grey This product is not endorsed or licensed in any way by any team, or organization.
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Go Crazy Folks! Go Crazy!
$ 10.00 $ 25.00
Game 5. 1985. The Wizard went deep.  50% Polyester, 50% Cotton. Heather Red This product is not endorsed or licensed in any way by any team, or organization.
Hey Chicago
$ 25.00
50% Polyester, 50% Cotton. Heather Royal This product is not endorsed or licensed in any way by any team, or organization.
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Wire to Wire
$ 10.00 $ 25.00
In 1990, Cincinnati was in first place the entire season. Capped off by a World Title.  50% Polyester, 25% Rayon, 25% Cotton. Heather White/Heather Red This product is not endorsed or licensed in any way by any team, or organization.  
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Cincy
$ 10.00 $ 25.00
5 titles. 9 pennants. Since 1869. 50% Polyester, 50% Cotton. Heather Red. This product is not endorsed or licensed in any way by any team, or organization.
Chicago Pennant
$ 25.00
Chicago fans waited long enough....but they're not satisfied.  50% Polyester, 50% Cotton. Heather Royal This product is not endorsed or licensed in any way by any team, or organization.
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Cincinnati 1940 World Champions
$ 10.00 $ 25.00
Cincinnati won the second of the 5 titles in 1940.  50% Polyester, 25% Cotton, 25% Rayon. Heather Grey.  This product is not endorsed or licensed in any way by any team, or organization.
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Cincinnati Hustle
$ 10.00 $ 25.00
50% Polyester, 50% Cotton This product is not endorsed or licensed in any way by any team, or organization.
Official Bleacher Bum
$ 25.00
Don't be caught in Chicago without it!  50% Polyester, 25% Cotton, 25% Rayon. Heather White. This product is not endorsed or licensed in any way by any team, or organization.
Hey Hey
$ 25.00
50% Polyester, 25% Rayon, 25% Cotton.  This product is not endorsed or licensed in any way by any team, or organization.
Bush Stadium Poster
$ 20.00
Bush Stadium was the name of a former baseball in Indianapolis, Indiana. It was home to the Indianapolis Indians. It was also home to a few Negro League teams as well. The stadium started life as Perry Stadium, named for Norm Perry, the club owner who built it in 1931. It was renamed Victory Field in 1942 in reference to World War II. In 1967 the ballpark was sold to the city of Indianapolis. Later that same year it was renamed for former major league baseball player and Indianapolis native Donie Bush, who had served as president of the Indians from 1955 to 1969. Various scenes from Eight Men Out were also filmed at the stadium. After the Indians moved to a newer ballpark in 1996, the stadium was turned into a dirt track called 16th Street Speedway. Today, that stadium has been built into lofts with the old stadium lights, and much of the facade still preserved.  French Paper. Cream. 100#. *Frame not included* Officially...
Bush Stadium
$ 25.00
Bush Stadium was the name of a former baseball in Indianapolis, Indiana. It was home to the Indianapolis Indians. It was also home to a few Negro League teams as well. The stadium started life as Perry Stadium, named for Norm Perry, the club owner who built it in 1931. It was renamed Victory Field in 1942 in reference to World War II. In 1967 the ballpark was sold to the city of Indianapolis. Later that same year it was renamed for former major league baseball player and Indianapolis native Donie Bush, who had served as president of the Indians from 1955 to 1969. Various scenes from Eight Men Out were also filmed at the stadium. After the Indians moved to a newer ballpark in 1996, the stadium was turned into a dirt track called 16th Street Speedway. Today, that stadium has been built into lofts with the old stadium lights, and much of the facade still preserved. Tri-Blend. 50% Polyester / 25% Ring-Spun Cotton /...