Remember back in 2012, when Atlantic High School in Florida wore those crazy football costumes, designed by Futuristic Woo? That was the first thing I thought of yesterday when this photo of the Maryland Seahawks — a youth league team — began circulating.
Yes, it’s absurd. But it’s also intriguing, because it goes against . . . → Read More: The Latest Craziest Uniform Ever (until the next one)
By Morris Levin
In Williamsport, Pennsylvania this afternoon at 3:00 PM, the Taney Youth Baseball Association all star team meets South Nashville in round one of the 2014 Little League World Series. This is kind of a big deal in my neighborhood near Philadelphia’s Italian Market, where Taney is the area little league. Neighbors . . . → Read More: Love Song for Taney
The boy shown at right is Yossi Lipskier, a nine-year-old who plays on a Little League team in Arizona. As you can see, he’s wearing tzitzit — the knotted fringes attached to the corners of the prayer shawl worn by observant Jewish males. Yossi, the only Jew on his team (and, according to his . . . → Read More: Religious Garb on the Field of Play: Kosher or Not?
I was recently poking around on Etsy and came across a copy of a 1952 children’s book called Little Leaguer’s First Uniform. Sounded like good Uni Watch fodder, so I scooped it up for $10.
The title turns out to be somewhat misleading, as the book isn’t about a kid’s first uni. Instead, it’s . . . → Read More: Uni Watch Library: Little Leaguer’s First Uniform