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Category: Old-Timey Baseball

Charting the Evolution of NFL Facemask Colors

Click to enlarge What you see above is a spreadsheet showing the year-by-year facemask color progression for each NFL team since 1974, which is when the Chargers and KC became …

Your Annual Look At World Series’ Past

By Phil Hecken, with Ronnie Bolton Follow @PhilHecken Well, even though the World Series has only three games in the books, this is the only weekend in which it’s being …

A Look At Some Old Time College Baseball

By Phil Hecken, with Ron Bolton Follow @PhilHecken Today we continue with some posts that I’d hoped to run during Paul’s August sabbatical, but just simply didn’t have time to …

A Look At Some Quirky Baseball Stadia

By Phil Hecken, with Ron Bolton Follow @PhilHecken It’s been a while since I collaborated with my buddy Ron Bolton (seen here with me at a Mets game this past …

Baseball Artist Graig Kreindler Returns

By Phil Hecken Follow @PhilHecken 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 …

Meet Graig Kreindler, Old Time Baseball Artist

[Editor’s Note: Paul is on his annual August break from site. Deputy editor Phil Hecken is in charge from now through Aug. 25, although Paul is still on the clock …

The Brief History Of Logo-On-Back

    [Editor’s Note: Paul is on vacation and will return to the site on March 9. Today’s content is by assistant editor Alex Hider.] By Alex Hider Almost every …

Hats Off To Brooklyn — Part III

[Editor’s Note: Paul is on his annual August break from site. Deputy editor Phil Hecken is in charge from now through the end of the month, although Paul is still …

Restoring Baseball … (Magazine)

By Phil Hecken You fine folks are all familiar with Bruce Menard, who has provided literally dozens (if not hundreds) of superb wire service photos which Paul has featured on …

The Strangest Baseball Uniforms I’ve Ever Seen

Click to enlarge Paul here, pinch-hitting again for Phil, who’s still working on another project (although he’ll be back with his regular weekend crew tomorrow). The photo you see above, …