The Portland Mavericks Logo Hometown Collection '47 Headline Crew Sweatshirt in black is made from midweight fleece with a soft, brushed interior and a vibrant red, black and white Mavericks graphic. 60% cotton, 40% polyester.
ABOUT THE TEAM
The Portland Mavericks were an independent club that played in the Short Season-A Northwest League in 1973. The Mavericks operated as an independent club in Portland for five seasons until the return of the Pacific Coast League in 1978.
The Mavericks were owned by ex-Minor League player and television actor Bing Russell, who kept all corporate sponsorship outside the gates, and hired professional baseball’s first female general manager, Lanny Moss.
Bing Russell’s son, actor Kurt Russell, played for the club for a month during its inaugural season.