Mike Schmidt? Hammerin’ Hank? The Homerun King?

@UniWatch @PhilHecken Celebrating '82 tonight. The year Schmidt didn't have his jersey on baseball card picture day. pic.twitter.com/4zLZdBgZLL

— Frank McGuigan (@FrankMcGuigan) July 15, 2017

[Editor’s Note: Paul is on his annual August break from site. Deputy editor Phil Hecken is in charge from now through Aug. 25, although Paul is . . . → Read More: Mike Schmidt? Hammerin’ Hank? The Homerun King?

Meet Graig Kreindler, Old Time Baseball Artist

[Editor’s Note: Paul is on his annual August break from site. Deputy editor Phil Hecken is in charge from now through Aug. 25, although Paul is still on the clock over at ESPN and may be popping up here occasionally.]

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Quite often, I’ll “meet” a Twitter user . . . → Read More: Meet Graig Kreindler, Old Time Baseball Artist

McAuliffe-ology

Many fans refer to the Red Sox number font as “the Red Sox font.” But as serious uni-watchers know, the font is actually called McAuliffe, and was created by the Tim McAuliffe sporting goods company. Although the Red Sox are the only team currently using the font (well, except for the Cubs, who’ve used . . . → Read More: McAuliffe-ology

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