Michael Jordan has one of the most storied athletic careers in history, one that is continually being told through sneakers. Whether it’s the Columbia Blue 11’s that pay homage to his time at the University of North Carolina, the iconic “Banned” Breds that all but invented the world of sneaker marketing or the coveted “Space Jams” from his stint as a movie star, one need to look no further than the shoes to trace the most important moments throughout the GOAT’s career. Now a new chapter is being told, and it focuses not on his basketball, but his short-lived baseball career. The Air Jordan 11 Low “Baron” gets its name from the Birmingham Barons, the minor league team that Jordan played for during his first retirement from the NBA. The shoe is rumoured to sport a black suede and metallic silver upper, with a white midsole and translucent outsole we’ve seen on a number of 11s in recent memory. These won’t drop until at least April; stay tuned for an official release date so you can own another piece of MJ history.