2011 Milwaukee Brewers NL Champs Phantom Merchandise

Written By:  •  Monday, October 17, 2011

The St Louis Cardinals continued their incredible playoff run by moving on to the World Series for the third time in the past eight seasons tonight defeating a solid Milwaukee Brewers team in the process.

St. Louis Cardinals 2011 National League Champions merchandise is on sale already, clicking here will allow you to purchase the Cardinals NL champs cap or you can click here to purchase the Cards NL champs t-shirt.

As always merchandise was also produced in the event the tides had turned, below is the official merchandise produced by Major League Baseball for a Milwaukee Brewers National League Championship in 2011:

2011 Milwaukee Brewers NL Champs phantom t-shirt

2011 Milwaukee Brewers NL Champs phantom cap

2011 Milwaukee Brewers phantom World Series pennant

2011 Milwaukee Brewers phantom World Series t-shirt

If you love looking at clothes from an alternate universe, then you’ll love our Facebook photo gallery dedicated to our collection of phantom championship merchandise, give ‘er a look-see!

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  • Burmy

    Dear randon third-world country folk,

    You don’t know me, and I know this sounds pretty strange, but could I buy some of that Brewers NL Champions and World Series gear off you? I’ll pay you a good deal of money…your family will be well-fed for the next month!

    Please reply when this letter gets you.



  • thomas

    so fukking stupid to do this, a waste of materials…..a slap in the face of poor people in america, and just overall tasteless……..

  • crosbysakic8719

    LET’S GO CARDINALS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • RedSox44

    Thomas, if they don’t make World Series Champions and League Champions t-shirts and other merch well before the champion is crowned, then the merch will be running in very short supply when a team actually wins.

  • thomas

    RedSox44, that might be true….still, it is a terrible waste……and that pennant flag is just too dumb……nothing to do with it now, except trow it in the garbage container….well i guess the children who made that shirt and cap will now get to keep it….or maybe get it as a x-mas bonus…….. i know they don´t celebrate that….but still, LOL

  • dylan

    Being a Brewer fan, this is pretty depressing to look at…(slamming head against desk)

  • thomas

    no need to feel bad dylan, the brewers would have gotten raped by the Rangers anyway …….LOL

  • Bobby

    At least all the “phantom” gear is donated by the MLB to charitys, its not like it is being thrown away… From what i have heard the NFL, NHL, NBA, and WNBA donate all the loser gear too.

  • NIk

    Thomas, are you not aware that all of clothing made is donated to peoples in third world countries?

    I’m a card carrying liberal and I don’t see a single issue here.

  • Joe

    Hey Thomas, good thing the company that makes that “pennant flag” is smart enough to not make ahead of time. It’s just a mock up unless some company pays for it in advance.

  • Donating this clothing to people in the third world isn’t necessarily such a great idea. http://www.foreignpolicy.com/articles/2011/10/11/haiti_doesnt_need_your_old_tshirt

  • Julian San

    Burmy, my sentiments, EXACTLY! Ugh, I soooo badly want some of this phantom merchandise. I don’t have any real goals or dreams, but I think I have one now: Acquire phantom merchandise! There must be a Lakers NBA Championship 2011 shirt somewhere!

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  • Ben

    I used to work for a sports team, and with one of the companies that did shirts for Nike. The owner told me about how all the “phantom” gear gets donated to third world countries. At the time of the conversation, they were printing Super Bowl shirts. Unlike some of the comments before mine, I’m referring to a U.S. shop, so if was all done in the states. I assume there are other situations similar to this (I’ve also had to work with companies overseas, and logistically it make more sense to have this type of merch produced stateside due to the fact you don’t know who is going to be in it much in advance, so either that or airfreight everything) in which you have U.S companies (leagues or Nike) paying U.S. companies (like the shop mentioned) for both the winning and losing shirts. By donating the shirts, they at least get used so there is little waste. Until we wear holographic shirts that can have new artwork uploaded instantly (and likely for a fee), this is the most logical process.