It's seen better days, but that is what put it in my price range, so I can't complain. Check out the zipper on his jersey. That is fantastic!
Fox played just 10 games for the A's in 1947 and 1948 and about a half a season in 1949 before finding a becoming the regular second baseman for the Chicago White Sox in 1950. He would spend 14 years with the White Sox and was an all-star for 12 of those seasons. In 10,351 plate appearances he only struck out 216 times. That is just incredible. Four players have struck out more than that in a single season.