Now in his 27th season, the remarkable right hander is well beyond concerns about whether the masses will buy baseball shoes.
In the 19th century and the first part of the 20th, baseball shoes were commonly black in color.
After running away from home at age 13, a pair of baseball shoes fell from the sky onto his head.
I knew it for baseball spiked shoes clanking on the wood.
That was a team that considered it a good day when any player put on his baseball shoes and didn't spike himself.
But when he walked on bare floor, I could tell he still wore those baseball shoes.
He took off his baseball shoes and put them on the dead man's feet.
His jersey still fit, with the No. 23, and so did the baseball shoes and pants.
Rivera, the star closer, hurt himself putting on his baseball shoes in the clubhouse before Thursday's game.
In the 19th and 20th centuries, baseball shoes were mostly colored black.