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Did They Run Out of Letters, or Just Run Out of Space?

Meet Chase Johnson-Mullins, a pitching prospect in the Braves’ system. He has a hyphenated surname — something we’ve seen before and will surely be seeing more of as more married couples choose to go that route. But the really interesting thing is that the Braves shortened his NOB to J-Mullins.

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Today’s College Hoops Players: Heroes of Zero

Got a note the other day from reader James Peterson, as follows:

Like many, I haven’t been watching much college basketball until March Madness. When did the uniform number 0 become so popular? Seems like nearly all of the games I’ve watched have had at least one No. 0 on the court, if not . . . → Read More: Today’s College Hoops Players: Heroes of Zero

Eagle-Eyed Reader Spots Cleveland Cap Discrepancy

So here’s something interesting: When the new spring training caps were announced back in late January, the Indians’ design was shown like so:

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What's Your Sign(ature)? - Pittsburgh Pirates

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Last weekend, I put forth the proposition that the short-lived Cleveland Indians “caveman” uniforms, worn only from 1973-1977, constituted their “signature” look (loosely, a signature look is one where if you were to see a picture of a player in that uniform set, you’d KNOW exactly what . . . → Read More: What’s Your Sign(ature)? – Pittsburgh Pirates