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ManCave Returns: Colorizing the 1917 Chicago White Sox

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Several months ago, I had the great pleasure of introducing Chris Whitehouse, aka “ManCave” to you fine readers, along with a follow up to that original piece. If you click on those links (or look at today’s splash photo), you will recall Chris is an outstanding colorizer . . . → Read More: ManCave Returns: Colorizing the 1917 Chicago White Sox

A Cincinnati Reds History Mystery

Time for a trip down another rabbit hole today, people. This one involves a four-season stretch in Reds history, from 1968 through 1971.

Let’s start by consulting Dressed to the Nines. If you look at Marc Okkonen’s renderings for those four seasons, you’ll see that the “Cincinnati” lettering and front numbers on the road . . . → Read More: A Cincinnati Reds History Mystery

Major Vintage Find: Pro Sports Uniform Trading Stickers

Every Sunday, Brinke Guthrie sends me his weekly “Collector’s Corner” column, and each Monday morning I edit it. I enjoy seeing all of the vintage items he turns up, but every now and then he includes something that merits further investigation.

That was the case last week, when his column included an eBay . . . → Read More: Major Vintage Find: Pro Sports Uniform Trading Stickers

Bucks Unveil First-Ever Throwback Uniform with an Ad Patch

[Editor’s Note: Paul is on his annual August break from site (although he’s still on the clock over at ESPN and may be popping up here occasionally), and Phil is off this week. Today’s content was written and coordinated by assistant editor Alex Hider. Paul will return to take over the site this Friday, . . . → Read More: Bucks Unveil First-Ever Throwback Uniform with an Ad Patch