Ray Crone 1958 Toronto Maple Leafs Baseball Game Used Jersey


 Very tough to find are these Flannel jersey from the storied Toronto Maple Leafs Baseball franchise. The ball club started up in 1885 while playing out of the Jarvis Street Lacrosse grounds. The team then went on to play out of Hanlon's Point Stadium and Maple Leafs Stadium.

 This particular jersey was worn by Ray Crone during the 1958 season, just after leaving the New York Giants. Jack Kent Cooke was the owner of the club during this era. Crone pitched for the Milwaukee Braves and the New York San Francisco Giants. He was signed by the Boston Braves in 1949 at the age of 17. You can see in the photo of the Maple Leafs from that season with Ray Crone sporting this exact jersey. 

I acquired this jersey from Ms. Toronto 1958 as she wore this jersey on the Santa Claus Day Parade Float that year and kept the jersey. Very nice girl who I got to speak with at length. It is in beautiful condition with the rare black outline of the Leafs logo.

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