This baseball jersey was game worn by Curt Flood in 1966 playing for the St. Louis Cardinals. The jersey is short-sleeved and collarless. It is made from a white synthetic fabric and closes down the center front using seven (7) pearlized white plastic buttons. The word "Cardinals" is embroidered in red rayon thread across the front chest with a gold tree limb above it and two (2) cardinals sitting on the limb. The embroidery goes across the front opening. The number "21" in red and blue felt is sewn at the proper right side below the embroidery. A red Rawlings manufacturer's label is sewn at the proper left side near the hem with an additional white label sewn just above the hem and below the red label containing care information. Red and blue felt letters and numbers are sewn on the back shoulders reading "FLOOD / 21". The jersey is not lined.
An image of Torry Holt outstretched mid-air reaching for a football. Holt is wearing his St. Louis Rams jersey. He is facing the camera and has his arms out to the left of the image reaching to catch a football.