The Jedi, the Rebel Alliance, the Dark Side even R2D2 have all been honored on the Star Wars Night jerseys the Bisons have worn in years past. Now, it's time to proclaim…we are a fan of the Fett!
The Mandalorian bounty hunter that needs no introduction, Boba Fett, has been chosen as the theme for this year's jerseys, to be worn on by the Herd on Saturday, June 8 against the Lehigh Valley IronPigs, presented by Alfred State College.
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Dangerous and mysterious, Boba is one of the most iconic characters in Star Wars and has often been rated as one of the most popular figures in the movie series. Making his debut in Empire Strikes Back, Boba was hired by Darth Vader to find and capture Han Solo, which led to the smuggler being frozen in carbonite.
Unlike any other jersey in the 12-year history of the Bisons' Star Wars Night, the Boba Fett Jersey not only features his unmistakable green helmet, but also a full-body shot of the bounty hunter with his trademark blaster and jetpack. The Mandalorian symbol of the Outer Rim planet is placed on the shoulder and the sleeve to pay tribute to Boba's code of honor.
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