Owned by Dr. W.S. Martin, this solid franchise sent four players into the big leagues: pitchers Dan Bankhead (Dodgers), Jehosie Heard (Orioles), Marshall Bridges (Cardinals) and the first baseman Bob Boyd (White Sox and Orioles). Other Major League prospects were Verdell Mathis, Marlin Carter, Joe Scott, Frank Pearson and country western singer Charile Pride. The Red Sox played in the Negro National League from 1923-1925 and 1927-1930, the Negro Southern League in 1932 and the Negro American League from 1937-1955.
50/50 COTTON POLYESTER
*COMES WITH COLLECTIBLE VINTAGE INSPIRED BASEBALL CARD*