This print by Kadir Nelson shows Hall of Fame pitcher, Willie Foster, (American left-handed pitcher in baseball's Negro leagues in the 1920s and 1930s and the younger brother of Hall of Famer Rube Foster) poses with young admirers who gratefully carry his uniform roll, glove and shoes with hopes of getting free admission to the day’s double header at Greenlee Field. They stand on Wylie Avenue in Pittsburgh, circa 1933.
- Unframed. Ships rolled in a sturdy mailing tube.
- Size: inches
- Medium: Offset Lithograph