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Tracking The Unis, Part II

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Tracking The Unis, Part I

By Phil Hecken

Welcome to the first part of the first edition of “Tracking The Unis,” an undertaking of many Uni Watching baseball fans. What began as a “suggestion” in the Comments way back in April, has transpired to well over 20 of you fine folks “tracking” your favorite team by uniform — . . . → Read More: Tracking The Unis, Part I

A Catalog of Catalogs

Been a while since I played show-and-tell with my library of vintage uniform and equipment catalogs, and I’ve acquired some interesting new additions to the collection since then. Here’s a breakdown:

• 1964 AALCO Backboard Catalog: This is a bit of an oddball, beause it’s so specific. Like, c’mon, 12 pages devoted to . . . → Read More: A Catalog of Catalogs

Daniel Murphy, All Is Forgiven

There were at least five people at last night’s Mets/Nats game wearing “I’m Calling It Shea” T-shirts, and two of them are shown above. And there may soon be many more, because the dude sitting next to me (who also took the photo of us) liked the shirts so much that he wants . . . → Read More: Daniel Murphy, All Is Forgiven