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THE Jeff Tweaks MLB - Part II

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There's No Service Like Wire Service, Vol. 29

Nearly 30 entries in, and the wire service gold mine shows no signs of being spent. Most of these come from the Sporting News archives and were submitted by Mike Hersh. Off we go:

• Who’s that in the Jacksonville Suns uni? It’s a young Tom Seaver (wearing a belt that looks like . . . → Read More: There’s No Service Like Wire Service, Vol. 29

Truer Words Were Never Spoken

Is that sweet or what? Jeff Wilk sent it to me yesterday — it’s the cover of a scorecard from an 1886 ballgame in Boston (here’s how it looked on the inside). A century and a quarter later, you could swap in a photo of Josh Outman and you wouldn’t even have to . . . → Read More: Truer Words Were Never Spoken

One Horse, Two Horse, Brown Horse, Blue Horse

OUR STORY SO FAR … Everyone agrees that the 1962 Broncos wore a white mule donkey burrrro oh okay, it’s a horse on their helmets — except during the preseason and possibly the first game or two of the regular season, when they clearly wore a non-white decal. Most helmet-history sites (the Helmet . . . → Read More: One Horse, Two Horse, Brown Horse, Blue Horse