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Boston Shamrocks 1936

$22.00Price
  • From the archives...

    The Boston Shamrocks were a professional American football team based in Boston, Massachusetts. The team played in the second AFL from 1936 to 1937, followed by at least one year as an independent in 1938. The team was coached by George Kenneally and split its games between Braves Field and Fenway Park. The Shamrocks were a successful franchise in the AFL, outdrawing the NFL's Boston Redskins and prompting George Preston Marshall to move the Redskins to Washington, D.C., where the team remains to this day. During the 1936 AFL season, the Shamrocks won the league's championship. During that year, the team managed to sign former Heisman Trophy winner Larry Kelley to a one-game contract; Kelley reneged on the deal and never played.