The Reds had their latest 150th-anniversary throwback game yesterday, and it was the one I was most excited about, as they turned back to the clock to 1936 and broke out the red pants. They did not disappoint — I love this look.
The team’s website provides the backstory on this unusual uni:
There was an amusing incident on the fourth pitch of last night’s Mets/Dodgers game, as Dodgers rookie first baseman Matt Beaty fell into the stands while attempting to catch a foul pop and apparently had a run-in with fan’s Dodger dog (or maybe some nachos), because he emerged with uniform pants covered in mustard . . . → Read More: Dodgers Rookie Has Dirty-Uni Night for the Ages
For the past seven years, I’ve had the fun of attending the taping for the Puppy Bowl and the Kitten Halftime Show. The taping of this year’s installment, which will air on Super Bowl Sunday (or, if you prefer, Puppy Bowl Sunday), took place last October. I shot a bunch of photos and videos, . . . → Read More: Talking Uniforms and Officiating with Puppy Bowl Ref Dan Schachner
On the Fourth of July, as I was walking to the corner gas station to get some ice for the party I was hosting that afternoon, I saw that someone on my block had put some discarded LPs out on the sidewalk for anyone to take. There’s nothing particularly unusual about that — people on . . . → Read More: Organ Grinder