All Detroit Tigers fans and listeners to 97.1 The Ticket are familiar with color commentator Jim Price and his famous descriptions known to all as “JIM”isms. If you aren't familiar, now you can become familiar with them! On the front of this T-shirt is an emoji-style drawing of the 1968 World Series champion and on the back are some of Jim's famous "JIM"isms, such as "Yellowhammer," "Buggywhip," "The art of pitching" and more.
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