A Hall of Fame Cap Debate, Solved

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Squatchee Etymology: A Uni Watch Investigation

At some point six to eight years ago — I no longer recall the exact date but I’m pretty sure it was in 2008 or ’09 — a handful of Uni Watch readers began telling me that they called the little button on top of a baseball cap a squatchee. They said they’d . . . → Read More: Squatchee Etymology: A Uni Watch Investigation

Close Inspection Reveals Huge Mets Uni Advantage

As you can see above, there’s a sizable squatchee gap in this year’s World Series. The Mets’ orange cap squatchee is mirrored by a matching squatchee on their batting helmet, while the Royals’ white cap squatchee does not have a counterpart on the team’s helmet. Advantage: Mets.

That’s one of 10 uni-related items . . . → Read More: Close Inspection Reveals Huge Mets Uni Advantage

Uni Watch Profiles: Travis Radke

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Okay, I know there’s a lot of content on the site today, so you might be tempted to skim past certain parts and focus on the “big name” stuff. But trust me when I say you’re gonna want to read today’s lede item.

The pitcher shown . . . → Read More: Uni Watch Profiles: Travis Radke