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1981 St. Louis Cardinals Artwork: Unisex NuBlend® Crew Sweatshirt

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Color: white

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The professional American football team now known as the Arizona Cardinals previously played in St. Louis, Missouri as the St. Louis Cardinals from 1960 to 1987 before relocating to Tempe, Arizona in 1988. The Cardinals franchise relocated from Chicago to St. Louis in 1960. Their first home game in St. Louis was at Sportsman's Park against the New York Giants on October 2, 1960. Their last game played at Busch Memorial Stadium in St. Louis was also against the Giants on December 13, 1987. During the Cardinals' 28-year stay in St. Louis, they advanced to the playoffs just four times (1964, 1974, 1975, and 1982), only winning the Playoff Bowl in their first appearance. In spite of what was considered lackluster performance in St. Louis, their overall record there (winning 187 games, losing 202, and 13 ties) (a winning percentage of .481) is easily the highest winning percentage for any of the three locations that the Cardinals have been associated with.
Product details
Stay warm and look good in this timeless crewneck sweatshirt. Made of super-soft pre-shrunk cotton/poly fleece, this sweatshirt will keep you warm on the sidelines or in the stands. This sweatshirt is a great basic or for layering over your perfect tee. With a hint of spandex, it maintains its shape after several washes and wears.
  • 50/50 Cotton/Polyester NuBlend® Pre-shrunk Fleece
  • Made with sustainably sourced USA grown cotton
  • High stitch density for a smooth printing canvas
  • Tear-away label
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