These are the best Minor League shirseys for Major League stars still available for purchase
The right shirsey can up your level of baseball street cred. There are so many player/team combinations that can yield exclamations of jealousy and joy from fellow fans. Minor League shirseys of current Major League stars are the ideal example of this: The perfect homage to the younger versions of today's All-Stars.
Here are our favorite Minor League shirseys that are currently available on the MiLB shop. Make sure you click the team name to see where you can snag one of these for yourself.
Eugene was Happ's first stop in the Minor Leagues, as he debuted with the Emeralds less than two weeks after the Cubs made him the 9th overall pick in the 2015 MLB Draft.
The legend of Yadi began in the Midwest League -- Molina made his full-season debut with the Chiefs as a 19-year-old back in 2002.
Shirseys of uber-prospects are always fun. Charlotte was Moncada's first stop in the White Sox organization after being traded in the
Vladimir Guerrero Jr. -- New Hampshire Fisher Cats (Double-A)
It was difficult to imagine any prospect getting the hype that Moncada did while he was in the Minors, but Vladdy Jr. is certainly building quite the legendary reputation. He's not a Major League star like the others on this list, but he's definitely closer to that status than most 19-year-olds. All aboard the Vladdy Jr. hype train.
It wasn't long ago that the Phillies phenom was launching his dingers at the Double-A level just a short drive away from Citizens Bank Park. Now he's looking like the next
Paul Goldschmidt -- Mobile BayBears (Double-A)
Speaking of Goldschmidt, Goldy's last Minor League stop before earning the callup to the D-backs was in Mobile, where he crushed 30 dingers in 103 games for the BayBears in 2011.
This sweet Riverdogs shirsey is the perfect way to commemorate the legend of "all rise" before he had even risen his way through the Minors. We know some Yankees fans don't love having names on the back of jerseys and shirseys, but this one feels OK.
Betts has been on an absolute tear so far this year, taking his game to another level. But before he was a superstar outfielder, Betts was an under-the-radar second baseman. His season in Greenville was arguably his Minor League breakout and changed his career forever. Long live Mookie.
Yes, even Mike Trout was in the Minor Leagues at some point. But while Trout did play in the California League as an 18-year-old back in 2010, that was with the Rancho Cucamonga Quakes. Trout's stop with the 66ers was just a four-game rehab assignment during the 2017 season. The rehab shirsey is a glorious category of memorabilia that should not go unrecognized.