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"Pinoy" baseball uniform A: Jersey - black, gold and white stripes with "PINOY" stitched on front, "ALCANTARA" and "3" stitched on back. B: Pants of black, gold and white stripes, 2 snap buttons at front waist and a draw string, yellow stripe on black waistband. C: Two black gaiters, synthetic knit, stirrups are stretched. D: Warm-up Jacket of gold colored nylon with polyester lining, snap buttons, ribbed band and cuffs and upper collar-white stripes on yellow. Neck tag: Club 21, Men's Size L, Made in Philippines. Black arm patch on left sleeve: "Pinoy Filipino American Slo Pitch Softball Always Proud". "Pinoy Seattle" stitched on back, "L.A." stitched on right front chest. The "Pinoy" baseball team has been playing in Seattle's Jefferson Community Center league since 1978. "Pinoy" is a term for Filipino Americans. Many of the original players are still competing and have recruited their sons to play, too. (Label text from WLAM "One Song, Many Voices" exhibition)
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