Before flying south for the winter, a species of birds indigenous to Baltimore wore these (3) Orioles jackets during the 1980s-1990s. Includes: 1989-1994 Bullpen Jacket: full-length black nylon full-length zippered garment with “Apex One” tagging. Heavy wear! 1995-1997 Bullpen Jacket: full-length black nylon garment with “Starter” tagging and a quilted lining. Moderate wear; 1995-1997 Jacket: black nylon button-down garment with orange sleeves and “Starter” tagging. Moderate wear. More on our website.
1989-1994 Baltimore Orioles Bullpen Jacket: a full-length black nylon full-length zippered garment with a quilted lining and a drawstring-lined hood. An Oriole Bird logo is embroidered to the left breast, while “Orioles” is sewn atop the back in orange with a white outline. There are two front pockets and two interior pockets. Within the collar, an “Apex One” label is accompanied by a laundering instructions tag, as well as a size “L/G” tag. Excellent wear is evident. The interior is home to handwritten notations of “17 BOZ” and “Pick 45.”
1995-1997 Baltimore Orioles Bullpen Jacket: a full-length black nylon garment with a quilted lining and both zipper and button paths. The script-style “Orioles” logo is embroidered to the left breast in orange, the back is home to a sizable Bird logo and an MLB silhouette logo (in Orioles team colors), while the left sleeve features an American League logo patch. Within the collar, a “Starter” label is accompanied by a size “XXL” fabric content tag. Moderate wear is evident.
1995-1997 Baltimore Orioles Team Jacket: a black nylon button-down garment with orange sleeves and two front pockets. “Orioles” is sewn across the chest in orange-on-black on a white felt plate. Within the collar, a “Starter” label is accompanied by a size “XXL” fabric content flap tag. Orange-black-and-white striped stretch ribbed knit lines the collar, waistline and sleeve endings. Moderate use is evident with illegible handwritten identifiers within the collar.
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