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Wait — an NFL Game With Two Sets of Goalposts?

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The image above shows a Bears/Eagles game from 1970. At first glance it looks straightforward enough. But wait a minute — are there two sets of goalposts in the background?

Yes! The game was played on Sept. 27, 1970. This Reddit post has the details:

In 1970, . . . → Read More: Wait — an NFL Game With Two Sets of Goalposts?

Has Any MLB All-Star Pitcher Ever Worn a Single-Digit Number?

[Editor’s Note: Today we have a guest entry from reader Bryan Duklewski, who’s taken a very in-depth look at a question I posed yesterday. Enjoy. — PL]

Bryan Duklewski

Yesterday Paul noted that Rays pitcher Blake Snell might be bringing his single-digit uni number to this year’s MLB All-Star Game and then wondered aloud . . . → Read More: Has Any MLB All-Star Pitcher Ever Worn a Single-Digit Number?

A Vested Interest in a Small Reds Detail

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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

Poor Richard’s Almanac: A Collection of NFL Rejection Letters

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At the beginning of every week, I edit Brinke Guthrie’s “Collector’s Corner” column, which runs on Tuesdays. As I click through his various eBay selections, I often find myself thinking, “Whoa, that’s really cool.” But it’s rare that I find myself thinking, “Whoa, I need to have . . . → Read More: Poor Richard’s Almanac: A Collection of NFL Rejection Letters