What Was the Deal with the Mets’ 1986 World Series Caps?

Bear with me here, because today’s entry is going to take a minute to explain.

Here’s the deal: MLB caps these days normally have black underbrims. But when the Mets wore their 1986 throwbacks last season, they wore throwback caps with era-appropriate blue squatchees (instead of the current orange) and grey underbrims, as shown . . . → Read More: What Was the Deal with the Mets’ 1986 World Series Caps?

Orange You Glad That the Bullets Switched to White?

[Editor’s Note: Paul is on vacation and will return to the site on March 9. Today’s content is by assistant editor Mike Chamernik.]

By Mike Chamernik

The NBA was very standardized with its uniforms for many years. Aside from a few teams in gold, everyone wore colors on the road and white at home. . . . → Read More: Orange You Glad That the Bullets Switched to White?

Uni-Verse Is Brimming with White Privilege

As we were discussing the placement of the NHL centennial patch last Thursday, I found myself drawn to the two Blue Jackets photos shown above. “Huh,” I said to myself, “the white patch really sticks out there, because that uniform has no other white elements.”

Just to confirm that, I looked at a full-body . . . → Read More: Uni-Verse Is Brimming with White Privilege