Chicago White Sox Hall of Famer Frank Thomas wore these Reebok cleats in his American League MVP-winning season of 1994. Thomas crushed 38 home runs, with 101 RBI and a sky-high .353 batting average in the strike-shortened campaign, leading the baseball in walks (109), runs (106), on-base percentage (.487), and OPS (1.217). Thomas received 24 first place votes to Ken Griffey’s three in the MVP voting, easily defeating his fellow Hall of Famer to claim his second-consecutive American League MVP trophy.
These offered Reebok cleats are black, with white Reebok logos sewn on both sides of the shoes. The tongue of each cleat features Reebok’s “The Pump” apparatus. The cleats are a size 13 ½ with six metal spikes attached to the bottom of each sole. These Hall of Famer cleats are in good condition and show strong wear, with dirt deposits caked on the soles, along with dirt, scratches and smudges. Both rubber outsoles display signs of cracking and crumbling due to age and improper storage. Thomas has signed his name in silver marker on the outsides of each cleat, above the Reebok logos and inscribed “35”. This pair of cleats come with a LOA from Sports Investors Authentication (191112C2) for the game use.