[Editor’s Note: . . . → Read More: If You Can’t Wear Your Heart on Your Sleeve, Wear It on Your Pad
Just when you thought you’d analyzed every conceivable visual aspect of the NFL, along comes reader Omar Jalife, who’s identified a fascinating detail that’s more interesting than you might initially assume.
Here’s what Omar’s noticed: Of the 32 NFL head coaches, only 11 of them — about one-third — wear their headset microphones . . . → Read More: Does Your Favorite NFL Team’s Coach Lean Right or Left?
[Editor’s Note: Paul is on vacation. Today we have an excellent feature by intern Mike Chamernik — enjoy.]
By Mike Chamernik
I played baseball in Little League and the lower levels of high school, and I’ve always worn my fielding glove the same way. I always have my left index finger exposed on . . . → Read More: How Deep Is Your Glove?
When I wrote about the difference between uniforms and equipment last Friday, I neglected to mention compression sleeves. The rules surrounding them make no sense: On the one hand, your undershirt sleeves have to be a certain color (unless you’re David Wright); on the other hand, you can wear a compression sleeve — . . . → Read More: … And Not All Ballplayers Are Superheroes