John J Adams Rally Drum - Unisex Crew
John Adams has played his bass drum in the bleacher seats during nearly every Indians home game since 1973. Adams first drummed at an Indians game on August 24, 1973, at Cleveland Stadium, at a game in which the Indians beat the Texas Rangers. Adams, who was 21 years old at the time, has stated that he brought his bass drum to that first game because he wanted to add to the noise of "seat banging", a tradition at Cleveland Stadium in which fans would bang the swivel seat of their chairs against the chair's base during tense moments in the game. But Adams preferred to sit in the bleachers, where there were no seats to bang. John has been banging his drum ever since leading the Tribe to victory one beat at a time. A portion of each sale benefits the John J. Adams Scholarship Fund.
A super soft triblend crewneck tee shirt (50% Polyester / 25% Cotton / 25% Rayon) construction. Polyester retains shape and elasticity; Cotton lends both comfort and durability; addition of Rayon makes for a unique texture and drapes against the body for a slimming look. Durable rib neckband.
4XL & 5XL Tees, 100% Pre-Shrunk Cotton. Double-needle stitched neckline, bottom hem and sleeves. Seven-eighths inch seamless collar. Shoulder-to-shoulder taping.