New Majestic Japan Baseball Tohoku Rakuten Eagles Eigoro Mogi Jersey Black
Designer: Tohoku Rakuten Eagles
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Officially licensed Majestic Japan Tohoku Rakuten Eagles Eigoro Mogi jersey issued during special home games. This jersey is in excellent condition and is a great collection piece. Not just a name but a rallying cry. When the Eagles need a spark, when the game hangs in the balance, all eyes turn to Mogi, the "Clutch Claw" of Sendai.
His resume speaks volumes: 11 seasons, 1,000-plus hits, and a knack for rising to the occasion. Remember that walk-off homer against the Lions in 2013? Or the bases-loaded double that sent the stadium into a frenzy in the 2020 playoffs?
Mogi's clutch gene is as legendary as his fielding prowess. But Mogi is more than just stats. He's the heart and soul of the Eagles, the glue that holds the team together. His infectious energy, his unwavering belief in his teammates, and his relentless pursuit of victory are what makes him a true fan favorite.
Famous MLB players like Masahiro Tanaka, Hisashi Iwakuma, and Kazuo Fukumori started their early careers with the Rakuten Eagles.
The Rakuten Eagles are a professional baseball team based in Sendai, Miyagi Prefecture, Japan. They are a member of the Pacific League in Nippon Professional Baseball (NPB). The Eagles were founded in 2004 and play their home games at Rakuten Seimei Park Miyagi.
The Eagles have won one Japan Series championship (2013) and two Pacific League pennants (2013, 2014). They are one of the most popular teams in Japan, and their fans are known for being passionate and supportive.
The Eagles fans are known for their unique cheering style, waving towels and chanting slogans. They are also known for their loyalty, often traveling long distances to watch the team play. The fans are also known for their creativity, as they often develop new ways to show their support for the team.
Please understand this is an unused jersey but has been in home storage.
Condition: Retro New
General sizes in Japan tend to run smaller than the US sizing. Vintage Japanese apparel runs smaller than current Japanese sizing. We recommend using our measurements on each product to be sure you are choosing the size that fits you the best.
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