A couple of weeks ago we got a bunch of the MLB mesh BP jerseys in. This White Sox one was a late arrival but is available now. Enjoy.
Check out the latest additions to the Mitchell & Ness Cooperstown Collection! These are just a few of the latest additions. Visit Mitchell & Ness to see the rest! Let us know what you think!
We gave you a sneak peek at the new Philaelphia Phillies Authentic Batting Practice Jacket and it has arrived along with the Chicago White Sox and New York Yankees! We hope you love them as much as we do! Let us know what you think!
Teams have been wearing commemorative patches since the early 1900's, some good, some not so good.
We think this is one of the good ones.
In 1985 the Chicago White Sox wore a patch throughout the 1985 season to commemorate 75 years of Comiskey Park. They celebrated the anniversary on July 1, 1985 by inviting eleven fans who had also attended July 1 in 1910. On that day in '10, the White Sox beat the St. Louis Browns 3 - 0. The men of the Pale Hose were not so lucky in '85, losing to the Mariners 3 - 1.
On July 6, 1933, Major League Baseball held it's first All Star Game. The game was part of the 1933 World's Fair and was held at the home of the White Sox, Comiskey Park. The hometown American League squad was managed by Athletics head Connie Mack. Some notables on his side included Lou Gehrig, Babe Ruth and Al Simmons and Jimmy Dykes who represented the host team. On the National League side, Giants Skipper John McGraw was in charge. His All Stars included Chuck Klein, Carl Hubbell and Frankie Frisch amongst others.
Babe Ruth made history, as usual, by hitting the first ever All Star Game home run. The contest was won by the American League 4 - 3 with the Yankee Lefty Gomez getting the win and the Cardinals Bill Hallahan taking the loss.
Babe Ruth and Al Simmons prior to the first MLB All Star Game.
We've always been fans of the jersey that the Sox wore in 1933. It actually debuted in 1932 and featured the S-O-X diagonally down the left chest with a baseball bat intertwined with the logo. They wore this style for four years.
The 1933 White Sox catchers, Frank Grube and Charlie Berry
Here's our version of the 1933 beauty. Pick one up this week while it's $100 off!