Welcome to the latest installment of the Okkonen files, as we continue to examine the work and legacy of pioneering baseball uniform researcher Marc Okkonen, who died in late May.
Today we’ll be hearing from uniform designer/historian Todd Radom (that’s him at right), who’s been at the forefront of sports design for the past . . . → Read More: The Okkonen Files, Vol. 3: Thoughts From Todd Radom
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Word came down last night that former MLB pitcher and best-selling author Jim Bouton had died at the age of 80. As you can see in the photo above, which is from the 1964 World Series, he had a uni-related quirk: His hat often fell off as . . . → Read More: Jim Bouton: 1939–2019
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Welcome to Vol. 2 of the Okkonen Files, as we continue to explore the work and legacy of pioneering baseball uniform researcher Marc Okkonen, who died in late May.
Last time around we heard from Baseball Hall of Fame curator Tom Shieber, who described . . . → Read More: The Okkonen Files, Vol. 2: Mitchell & Ness Memories
Last month I wrote an obituary/tribute for Marc Okkonen (that’s him at right, throwing out the first pitch at the 2016 home opener of his hometown Muskegon Clippers; click to enlarge), whose pioneering research into baseball uniform history helped make Uni Watch possible. As I wrote at the end of that obit, I regret . . . → Read More: The Okkonen Files, Vol. 1: The Birth of Dressed to the Nines