CHICAGO WHITE SOX 1933 ALL STAR GAME COOPERSTOWN '47 CLEAN UP

CHICAGO WHITE SOX 1933 ALL STAR GAME COOPERSTOWN '47 CLEAN UP

'47

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In 1933, Chicago Mayor Edward J. Kelly approached the publisher of the Chicago Tribune seeking sporting event ideas for the city’s World Fair. The paper’s sports editor, Art Ward, wanted to boost morale during the midst of the Great Depression, and pitched the idea of fans voting for their favorite athletes to play against each other in a friendly game of baseball. Additionally, the game’s ticket sales were to be donated to charities benefitting former players living with physical disabilities. The “Game of the Century” was played on July 6, 1933, in Chicago’s Comiskey Park, and the Midsummer Classic was born.

The '47 CLEAN UP is a relaxed and curved adjustable strapback with raised embroidery on the front and flat embroidery on the side. Made from garment washed cotton twill.

• Relaxed Fit, Garment Washed
• Self Fabric Strap
• Front: Raised Embroidery Logo
• Side: Flat Embroidery Logo
• Cotton Twill
• Imported

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