Uniform & Team History

This navy blue uniform from the Pacific Coast League features chenille lettering and the number on the back encased in a star. Wearing No. 4 for the Stars in 1941 was second baseman Ham Schulte, who one year earlier played in the major leagues for the Philadelphia Phillies. The top was made by Ebbets Field Flannels in Seattle. The pants were tailored by the one, the only Amar of Royal White Laundry in Somerville.

Oldtime Game History

Jeff Allison of Peabody, who first appeared in the Oldtime Baseball Game in 2002, and who was selected in the first round of the amateur draft by the Florida Marlins in 2003, wore this uniform when he made a return to the game in 2012 following the end of his professional playing career. He also wore it in 2013.

When Boston Bruins legend Raymond Bourque played in the 2018 Oldtime Baseball Game, he was joined by his two sons, including Chris Bourque, who wore this uniform. Chris played parts of five seasons in the NHL.

Also worn by:

Making its Oldtime Baseball Game debut in 2007, it was worn by Dan Neczypor of Columbia University. Also worn by Dan Nugent, American International College (’08); Jarrod Marchesi, Bentley College (’09); James Ramsey, Trinity College (’10-11); Tim Superko, Tufts University (’14); Bradley Applin, University of Rhode Island (’15); Ervin Kantardzic, UMass/Dartmouth (’16-17); Tyler Brown, Northeastern University (’19); James O’Connor, Noble and Greenough School (’22); Casey Williams, Rhode Island College (’23).