Benefitting the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society, LA catcher Yasmani Grandal, brings a T full of sub stories. The shirt features a line art outline of Yaz giving the 4 fingered changeup call to represent battling cancer and throwing every pitch you have at it. The white arm is the state of California where he plays baseball, with the blue lines representing lymphatic blood vessels to show that lymphoma starts in the white blood cells, while also representing the California county lines, and to bleed blue as a LA baseball fan. The word Fight stretches across Yaz's wristband which crosses through Los Angeles County to represent fighting cancer and fighting for the playoffs. A shirt with meaning for baseball fans, and also deeper meaning for those battling cancer.
• 5.0 oz., 100% combed ring-spun cotton in a 1x1 baby rib, heather color is 88% cotton/ 12% polyester
• White is sewn with 100% cotton thread
• Reinforced three-snap closure on binding
• Lap shoulders for easy changing