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A Vested Interest in a Small Reds Detail

Photo by @BlandinoFlow; click to enlarge

Twitter-er @BlandinoFlow visited the Reds Hall of Fame at the team’s stadium the other day and posted a bunch of photos from the Hall’s current uni-centric “Reds Threads” exhibit. One of those photos — the one shown above — caught my eye and ended . . . → Read More: A Vested Interest in a Small Reds Detail

Uni Watch Show and Tell: A Box of Stuff From Scott

As I recently mentioned here on the site, I’m going to be moving in with the Tugboat Captain at the end of the summer, so I’m going to be deaccessioning a lot of stuff over the next two months. But longtime pal/ally Scott M.X. Turner, who designs our membership cards, Naming Wrong T-shirts, and more, . . . → Read More: Uni Watch Show and Tell: A Box of Stuff From Scott

Nike's Hijab: Empowerment Or Cash Grab?

 

[Editor’s Note: Paul is on vacation and will return to the site on March 9. Today’s content is by assistant editor Alex Hider.]

By Alex Hider

Nike announced yesterday that it will begin selling Muslim headscarves for female athletes. The “Pro Hijab” will reportedly be made of light, stretchy polyester. Tiny holes in . . . → Read More: Nike’s Hijab: Empowerment Or Cash Grab?

Birds on a Bat - An Interview with Gary Kodner, St. Louis Cardinals Designer

By Phil Hecken

Today I have another really special article for you fine readers. Like many guests whose stories I feature on here, the story of this began with a simple e-mail following a different guest writer’s article. This one stemmed from a recent post on the controversy over the “pointed W” on the . . . → Read More: Birds on a Bat – An Interview with Gary Kodner, St. Louis Cardinals Designer