This South Side Hitmen tee should resinate with any true White Sox fan.
In 1977, The White Sox, who came to be called the "South Side Hitmen", were in solid contention for most of the season, battling the division-winning Royals and Minnesota Twins most of the way. Their displays of power caused fans to cheer for "curtain calls". Some Royals players greatly resented this, and called such behavior "bush" and "unprofessional." The climax of this came on August 5, when White Sox pitcher Bart Johnson and Royals catcher Darrell Porter had a fistfight in a game at Kansas City. Thus, the "South Side Hitmen" were born.
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Our ‘ultra-soft’ tag-less tees are made with a unique blend of high quality combed cotton and polyester jersey fabric making it the absolute softest on the market. Each tee shirt is manufactured in the U.S.A. with a fade resistant ink printing process combined with flawless stitching to produce a one-of-a-kind vintage feel that is truly amazing. The quality and comfort of our tees is what makes us who we are, give it a try you will not be disappointed.