South McAlester Miners
• 4.5 oz., pre-shrunk 35/65 cotton/polyester
• 30 singles
• Double-needle stitched neckline and sleeves
• Taped neck and shoulder
• Three-quarter inch seamless collar
**This item is on clearance. Sizes and quantities are limited. No refunds, returns, or exchanges.**
South McAlester was a separate town from 1899-1907. The South McAlester Miners finished in first place in the South Central League in 1906 after the league folded in August. The club was led by the White brothers and future big leaguer Clyde Milan.