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The Best Argument Ever Against (or Maybe For) Pajama Pants

The top photo shows the cleats that Red Sox outfielder Shane Victorino wore for last night’s World Series game. The screen shot below that shows how those cleats looked during the game. On the one hand, this is a great example of how the pajama look ruins everything it touches — you . . . → Read More: The Best Argument Ever Against (or Maybe For) Pajama Pants

Birds on a Bat - An Interview with Gary Kodner, St. Louis Cardinals Designer

By Phil Hecken

Today I have another really special article for you fine readers. Like many guests whose stories I feature on here, the story of this began with a simple e-mail following a different guest writer’s article. This one stemmed from a recent post on the controversy over the “pointed W” on . . . → Read More: Birds on a Bat – An Interview with Gary Kodner, St. Louis Cardinals Designer

Just in Case You Forgot Which Day It Was

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Those flag-desecration caps weren’t enough for some MLB players yesterday. Case in point: Mets catcher John Buck, who wore a flag-desecration necklace (lots of players wore those) and “patriotic” eye black stickers (I hope nobody else wore those). Buck then honored America by getting tossed from . . . → Read More: Just in Case You Forgot Which Day It Was