Felled by a devastating hip injury that would have ended even thoughts of an athletic career for mere mortals, Bo Jackson was finished with football, but returned to the diamond just nine months later. This Chicago White Sox home jersey was worn by the two-sport icon during that 1991 endeavor. The white knit button-down garment features twill identifiers, proper “Rawlings” tagging and a patch commemorating the inaugural season of Comiskey Park II. Light wear. Full photo LOA from Dave Miedema. More on our website.
The white knit button-down garment features a black pinstripe pattern, “Sox” angled on the left breast in black-on-gray twill and “8” sewn to the back and right front in like fashion. On the right sleeve, a “Comiskey Park 1991 Inaugural Year” logo patch commemorates the venue’s opening season. On the tapered left front tail, a “Rawlings” size “48” label is accompanied by a “Set 1 1991” flap tag and a tag with a chain stitched “T” identifier. All original and unaltered, the jersey shows light wear with faint dirt stains about the upper front.