And It’s All Over Now, Baby Blue

By Phil Hecken, with Rick Pearson and Mike Engle

OK. Today we’re onto the American League powder blue review. Lots to get to today. If you missed the senior circuit’s review, click here.

Chicago White Sox: The Pale Hose actually wore three separate and distinct sets of blue uniforms (four, if you want to . . . → Read More: And It’s All Over Now, Baby Blue

Strike Another Match, Go Start Anew

By Phil Hecken, with Rick Pearson and Mike Engle

A couple of weeks ago, following my post on the 1979 All-Star Game in Seattle, there were remarks made about the “powder blue era” in baseball (and one look at the NL All-Star team of that year shows why). Now, I grew up with the . . . → Read More: Strike Another Match, Go Start Anew

Fortunately, Hernandez Didn’t Come Along for This Road Trip

Quite a few of you have been sending me notes saying, more or less, “What’s with all the attention to Josh Outman and Corey Wimberly? Where’s the love for Brendan Ryan? His stirrups are striped, y’know!” Really? I hadn’t noticed!

As I’ve patiently explained to these people, I haven’t mentioned Ryan so much this . . . → Read More: Fortunately, Hernandez Didn’t Come Along for This Road Trip

Jags Unveil Crummy New Uni Set; Kids Cry

Before I talk about the Jaguars’ new uniforms, I want to take a sec to talk about their old ones. As I’ve said many times, I thought the Jags’ original set was among the best uniforms of its generation — contemporary colors and typography but a very classic deployment of those elements. I especially . . . → Read More: Jags Unveil Crummy New Uni Set; Kids Cry