We reached 20,000 fans and we would like to thank you all!
Later today we will be posting a promo code that you will be able to use for 48 hours from the time it is posted!
The promo code will be for 50% off all of our Authentic apparel & jerseys listed below:
Authentic Mesh Batting Practice Jerseys
Authentic Batting Pratice Jackets
MLB, NBA, NFL & NHL Jerseys
We're pretty excited about our new ABA headwear collection coming this fall. Our friends at Universal Article are too. Click here to see what they had to say.
One of our employees was in Boston this weekend and was lucky enough to visit Fenway Park for the first time. Wow, what a great experience and an amazing stadium! Below are some photos of the stadium, along with some interesting facts about Fenway Park.
Fenway has one of the last hand-operated scoreboards in major league baseball. It was great to watch them change the score by hand!
The halls of the EMC Level were lined with framed Mitchell & Ness Authentic Red Sox jerseys!
Of course they have our Babe Ruth pinstripe 1918 Red Sox Road Jersey on display! Babe Ruth hit the first homerun in All-Star history at Fenway Park.
Fenway Park was constructed in 1912 and was named by then Red Sox owner John I. Taylor. Taylor said, "It's in the Fenway section of Boston, isn't it? Then call it Fenway Park."
The first major league game was played at Fenway on April 20, 1912, just a few days after the Titanic sank.
Franklin Delano Roosevelt delivered his final campaign speech at Fenway Park in November of 1944.
The Green Monster wasn't always green. It was painted green in 1947; before that it was covered with advertisements.
Congratulations to Derek Jeter for becoming the 28th player in Major League Baseball history to collect 3,000 career hits. Jeter is the first to reach the 3,000 hit milestone since Craig Biggio did it on July 9th, 2007. His 3,000th hit came in Saturday’s matchup with the Tampa Bay Rays. In the bottom of the 3rd inning, Jeter pulled a 78 mph slider from pitcher David Price over the left field wall to tie the game at 1s. He would finish the game 5 for 5, including a game winning RBI in the 8th inning.
Jeter is only the second player to hit a homerun for his 3,000th career hit (Wade Boggs, 1999). He is also the first Yankee to hit 3,000 for their career. Watch the below for his postgame reaction to his historical day.
We wanted to feature some of our favorite fan photos that many of you have posted! We love looking at them here in the office and want to thank you for sharing them with us!
Check out some of our favorites below and post some more so we can feature your fan photos here!
Look for more fan photos next week!