Royals pitcher . . . → Read More: The Fine Line Between Public and Private
Back when I was doing the weekly columns over the summer, I had put out the call for reader requests and submissions, and I did receive a few that I wasn’t able to get to during that time. Today we have an excellent submission from Randy Alleman, who had pitched to me an . . . → Read More: That’ll Leave A Mark
By Phil Hecken
Uni Watch (or more specifically, Paul) has covered the topic of flocking on several occasions — we probably best know it as the process by which small fibers or particles are affixed to a surface (sometimes to a batting helmet, but not always), to give the impression of it being . . . → Read More: What The Flock? A Uni Watch Sleuthing Project
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Paul here, pinch-hitting for Phil this weekend. Yesterday was Independence Day, so MLB honored the founding fathers by floating a new line of merch having teams wear really stupid caps. As you can see above, the American League caps were particularly problematic, because red clashes with . . . → Read More: Only 364 Days Until Next Year’s Stupid Caps!