When the Penguins Wore Earmuffs

There are certain uni-related storylines that have sort of become Uni Watch 101 — stories that have become famous enough, at least for Uni Watch readers, that we’re all familiar with them.

Every now and then, though, I come across a story that seems like it should fall in that category but is totally . . . → Read More: When the Penguins Wore Earmuffs

An Overlooked Chapter in MLB Flag-Based History

MLB teams are currently in the midst of a four-day run of wearing stars/stripes uniforms. This is the latest development in a progression that began in the wake of the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, when MLB teams wore American flag patches over the MLB logo for the last few weeks of the . . . → Read More: An Overlooked Chapter in MLB Flag-Based History

Tigers Talk Tools of the Trade

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[Editor’s Note: Today we have a guest entry from our own Mike Chamernik, and it’s really good. Enjoy. ”” PL]

By Mike Chamernik

I played baseball in high school, and during one practice I was walking maybe 20 feet behind first base as the team was taking infield. . . . → Read More: Tigers Talk Tools of the Trade

A Look Back at Stanley Cup Goalie Equipment

[Editor’s Note: With the Penguins and Predators facing off for Game 1 of the Stanley Cup Final(s) this evening, today we have a guest entry from Noah Sidel, who’s done some research on the gear worn by Cup-competing goalies. ”” PL]

By Noah Sidel

In hockey circles, it’s common knowledge that goalies are gearheads. . . . → Read More: A Look Back at Stanley Cup Goalie Equipment