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Blast From the MLB Past: Stan Hochman Goes Uni-Watching

Reader Debbie Woodell works on the sports copy desk at The Philadelphia Daily News. While recently researching something in the paper’s archives, she came across an old piece by sports columnist Stan Hochman. Originally published on April 25, 1967, it was inspired by the controversy that had erupted that spring over Orioles slugger Frank Robinson’s . . . → Read More: Blast From the MLB Past: Stan Hochman Goes Uni-Watching

Artist Raymond Pettibon’s Take on the National Pastime

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If you’re even a casual fan of 1980s punk rock, you’re probably familiar with the artwork of Raymond Pettibon, the brother of Black Flag guitarist and SST Records founder Greg Ginn. Among other things, Pettibon designed Black Flag’s now-iconic “four bars” logo, and he also did the . . . → Read More: Artist Raymond Pettibon’s Take on the National Pastime

Can This Fisherman Be Saved?

By Phil Hecken with Shannon Shark

A couple weeks ago, news began spreading that the New York Islanders, whose lease with Barclays may terminate (either by the Islanders or by Barclays — both of whom have opt-outs) sooner than expected, the City of Hartford made a pitch to host the team’s games (at least . . . → Read More: Can This Fisherman Be Saved?

A Look At the New 2017 Western Conference MLS Kits

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By Phil Hecken, with Kyle Evans & CJ Fleck

Hey guys — it’s that time of year again (no, we’re not quite ready for baseball yet, but we’re close). No — it’s Major League Soccer season, which begins next week. I’m pleased to again welcome back Kyle Evans and CJ Fleck, who . . . → Read More: A Look At the New 2017 Western Conference MLS Kits