The first and last pitches were both thrown by No. 0. Has that ever happened before? Uni Watch investigates!
Category: Uni Numbers
A subtle change could have a big impact on next year’s MLB uniforms.
Domingo Germán made uni-numerical history last night.
The Eagles’ proposal, submitted a month ago, was approved by the competition committee.
They had all winter to fix it. Did they?
Things will look a bit different on the pitch next season.
The Eagles have asked the league’s competition committee to put the quirky number back in play.
For your Friday enjoyment: A really fun brain-teaser!
According to an archived radio call, two MLB teammates both wore No. 32 in a 1974 game. Uni Watch investigates!
It’s the latest installment in our “Best Player by Number” series.
First we had Chicago. Then we had Denver, Detroit, and Phoenix. Today we have the battle of the bays!
Chicago got us started last week. Today we have two more cities — wait, make that three more — joining in on the fun.