A Look At Some Quirky Baseball Stadia

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It’s been a while since I collaborated with my buddy Ron Bolton (seen here with me at a Mets game this past summer), who you guys probably know more famously for his twitter handle, @OTBaseballPhoto. Our most recent undertaking occurred over the summer, when . . . → Read More: A Look At Some Quirky Baseball Stadia

Should Robinson Canó Get to Wear Willie Mays’s Number?

The Mets mortgaged their future for a 36-year-old PED user completed their trade for Robinson Canó yesterday. The ink on the contract was barely dry when it was announced that Canó will wear No. 24, which quickly led to a lot of discussion in the Twitter-verse. I’d like to address that here today.

As . . . → Read More: Should Robinson Canó Get to Wear Willie Mays’s Number?

Indians, Cardinals Release New Alternate Uniforms

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Busy day on the MLB front yesterday, as the Indians and Cardinals both unveiled some additions to their wardrobes.

Let’s start in Cleveland, where we’ve known for a while now that the Indians would be scrapping Chief Wahoo for 2019. Yesterday they made . . . → Read More: Indians, Cardinals Release New Alternate Uniforms

The Greatest Uni Year in Baseball, Revisited

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Paul here, checking in from Virginia, where I’m spending the weekend. Phil is also traveling this weekend, and the rest of the Uni Watch crew has the weekend off, so we’re filling the gap with a weekend post from the past — a really good one that originally ran in 2015. Some . . . → Read More: The Greatest Uni Year in Baseball, Revisited