6.0 oz 100% cotton tubular jersey. Classic Raglan fit, double-needle sleeve opening, and curved saddle hem. Pre-shrunk to minimize shrinkage
Josh Gibson was born in Buena Vista, Georgia, c. December 21, 1911. In the summer of 1930, the 18-year-old Gibson was recruited by Cum Posey, owner of the Homestead Grays, which was the preeminent Negro league team in Pittsburgh; Gibson debuted with the Grays on July 31, 1930.In 1933, he hit .467 with 55 home runs in 137 games against all levels of competition. His lifetime batting average is said to be higher than .350, with other sources putting it as high as .384, the best in Negro league history.