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The Return of the Pedro Porthole

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Drawings from a Paynter

A few weeks ago I got a package in the mail from reader Bruce Jaynes. Inside were copies of several dozen comics and illustrations, along with a cover note, which read as follows:

I wanted to pass along these uni-related comics created by my late uncle, Ned Paynter. Like most longtime baseball fans, . . . → Read More: Drawings from a Paynter

Washington and Hinckley: Never a Good Combination

Man, what does Majestic have against the Nationals? In the team’s latest uni snafu that can be traced back to the outfitter’s factory, Mike Hinckley’s 8 was upside-down last night (note how the beveling is on the wrong side). Kudos to reader Jason Shaffer for being today’s winning contestant on “Spot the Nats’ . . . → Read More: Washington and Hinckley: Never a Good Combination

Because I Pulled a Ken Willard Football Card Out of a Box of Corn Flakes When I Was Seven Years Old, That’s Why

The weirdest thing about the 49ers’ new uni set, which was unveiled on Saturday, is how little media coverage it’s gotten. Newspaper photos have been scarce, and even the team’s web site had only one small photo and a really low-quality video report — frustrating for me, since the Niners are my favorite . . . → Read More: Because I Pulled a Ken Willard Football Card Out of a Box of Corn Flakes When I Was Seven Years Old, That’s Why