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During the reporting for my follow-up piece on the origins of the Vikings’ uniforms, I interviewed the two surviving sons of Bert Rose, the Vikes’ original general manager (that’s him shown at right). One the sons, Scott Rose, told me a story about the team’s name that I hadn’t heard before. Here’s a transcript:

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MLB Unveils New BP Caps for 2018

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The 2018 MLB season — aka the Last Season Before the Under Armour Takeover — will be here before you know it, and MLB primed the pump a bit yesterday by unveiling a new set of BP and spring training caps.

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Baseball Artist Graig Kreindler Returns

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You fine readers may recall that back in August, while Paul was on his well-deserved uni-sabbatical, I ran an interview with Graig Kreindler, a tremendous artist who specializes in old-time baseball paintings, based off of photographs. If you’ll scroll down to the end of that article, you’ll . . . → Read More: Baseball Artist Graig Kreindler Returns

A Uni Watch Look at Last Night’s World Series Opener

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Dodgers pitcher Clayton Kershaw is apparently a superstitious fella. As you can see above, he was wearing an old, sweat- and rosin-stained cap for last night’s World Series opener. They presumably just slapped the Series logo patch on his preferred piece of headwear.

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