Thursday, October 24

10E2263: Why "Red" Socks

"In 1882, the National League assigned stocking colors to the member clubs: red for Boston, white for Chicago, grey for Buffalo, blue for Worcester, gold for Detroit, green for Troy, and so on." There is more to the story than just that but it was the start of Boston's American League baseball team name. SOX was actually a contraction of stockings - as it fit the newspaper headlines better... SOX WIN! 

Have this top chenille number - big enough to be an elbow patch...