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The League That Shoulda Been a Contender

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If You Want It Done Right, Design It Yourself

[Editor’s Note: Today we have a guest entry from David Battafarano (that’s him talking to the ump), who recently had an interesting experience designing his team’s uniforms. — PL]

By David Battafarano

I’m a Social Studies teacher at Delcastle Technical High School in Wilmington, Delaware, where I’m also an assistant football coach and . . . → Read More: If You Want It Done Right, Design It Yourself

If This Keeps Up, I May Have to Start Paying Attention to College Baseball

Okay, so I know Phil devoted a lot of space to baseball hosiery yesterday, but we’re gonna spend a little more time on that topic today, because this past weekend featured some of the most aesthetically pleasing diamond match-ups in recent memory.

First, some quick background: As I’ve been steadily noting in . . . → Read More: If This Keeps Up, I May Have to Start Paying Attention to College Baseball

For The Love Of The Stirrup

By Phil Hecken, with Rick Pearson & Robert Marshall

In The Beginning…

On July 4, 1905, the Boston Globe dropped a hint of its origins, reporting that Napoleon Lajoie, of the Cleveland Napoleons, was down with “blood poisoning” after being spiked by a shortstop named O’Leary. The Globe said, “some of the . . . → Read More: For The Love Of The Stirrup