Pieces of Flair: Tom Brady’s Prodigious Patch Prowess

[Editor’s Note: Anthony Emerson, who compiles the Tickers that appear on Fridays and Saturdays, has written a sensational guest entry for us today. Enjoy. — PL]

By Anthony Emerson

Tom Brady is one of the most decorated players in the history of American professional sports. He’s the only player in NFL history to have […]

A Return Trip To The Mississippi Sports HOF Museum

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Just a little over a year ago, I ran a piece with my pal, Bill Hetrick, A Virtual Visit To The Mississippi Sports Hall Of Fame Museum, and at the very end of that article, I mentioned “That’s all the time we have for now, but I […]

Uni Watch Field Trip: The Hall of Fame for Great Americans

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In 1973, when I was nine years old, my family drove upstate to check out the Baseball Hall of Fame. It was my first of many visits to Cooperstown, and also my first visit to any kind of Hall of Fame.

Since then, I’ve […]

What Would a Uni Watch Hall of Fame Look Like?

Toward the end of Monday’s installment of the Okkonen Files, I wrote, “[I]f there were a Uni Watch Hall of Fame, [Marc Okkonen] would definitely be in the inaugural induction class. Hell, he might be the inaugural induction class.”

I was mostly joking, but several people got in touch to say that they really […]