Red Sox’ 1936 Throwback Jerseys Showing Off A’s Organization’s Sense of Humor (Video)

The Red Sox and A’s are wearing throwback jerseys from 1936 on Wednesday. Why? Because Jimmy Foxx was sold from the A’s to the Red Sox that year.

So it makes sense for the Red Sox to want to celebrate one of their best players in franchise history, but why would the A’s want to do that?

Well, maybe they don’t mind being reminded that they got rid of a good player all those years ago. Or, as NESN Nation’s Dan Duquette explains, maybe they just enjoy playing along with pranks.

See more in the video above.

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