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Royals Pitcher Can’t Take Any More, Sends Out Desperate Uni-Borne Distress Signal

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Nail Salon Chain Plans Licensing Deal with MLB

A few days ago I posted photos of Johnny Estrada with his fingernails painted white, to make his signals easier for the pitcher to see. Reader Howard Corday then posted the following comment: “This weekend, Toby Hall of the D-Rays actually got his fingernails painted white on the mound. They brought out what . . . → Read More: Nail Salon Chain Plans Licensing Deal with MLB

“A” Hole: First Letter of Alphabet Goes on Strike

The letter “A” appears to be engaging in a labor action against MLB helmets. First, as reported here last week, it was Ervin Santana who wore an “A”-less lid; now it’s Braves catcher Brayan Peña, whose helmet was blank when when he batted in the 9th inning of Saturday’s game against the Cubs. . . . → Read More: “A” Hole: First Letter of Alphabet Goes on Strike

Nike in High-Level Negotiations to Stencil Swoosh on Michigan Capitol Dome

Okay, so I wasn’t planning to post anything this weekend, but some amazing stuff has come in, beginning with a Logo Creep Alert from reader Jeremy Whiting, who’s noticed that the University of Michigan baseball team may have set the record for the most swooshes per athlete: two on each shoe and one . . . → Read More: Nike in High-Level Negotiations to Stencil Swoosh on Michigan Capitol Dome