GOAT Jerseys Takes On Three Classic Looks

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If you follow me on the Twitter (and I KNOW you do, right?), you see I have been re-tweeting an account named @GoatJerseys for quite some time — he’s most definitely a Uni Watch, and “one of us” for sure. I’ve actually been corresponding with the account . . . → Read More: GOAT Jerseys Takes On Three Classic Looks

Uni Watch Library: An MLB Recruiting Booklet from 1963

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When I’m editing Brinke Guthrie’s weekly “Collector’s Corner” column, every now and then I spot something that I decide to bid on myself instead of including in the column. That was the case with the amazing set of NFL rejection letters that I wrote . . . → Read More: Uni Watch Library: An MLB Recruiting Booklet from 1963

Pocket Perfesser: Stengel’s Surprising Pants Modification

It all started when one of my Twitter followers, Dwayne White, tagged me while retweeting the Casey Stengel photo shown above and asked, “Ever seen a watch pocket on a pair of MLB pants?”

At first I thought, “Eh, that’s just a wrinkle in the pants that makes it look like a pocket. But . . . → Read More: Pocket Perfesser: Stengel’s Surprising Pants Modification

A Hoosier State Tradition: The Indiana All Stars

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Hooo-ah — now that’s a uniform, am I right? The vertically arched chest lettering, double numbers (which look particularly odd on the guy wearing No. 10 — or is it No. 1010?), the endearingly clunky wording of “Indianapolis Star All Stars” (note . . . → Read More: A Hoosier State Tradition: The Indiana All Stars