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

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How to Re-Lace a Baseball Glove

[Editor's Note: Reader Jim Lonetti and his son Dom — that's them at right — run a baseball glove-repair operation. Jim has guest-written today's lead entry, about how to re-lace a glove. Enjoy. — PL]

By Jim Lonetti

Most baseball gloves utilize the same basic lacing patterns, so the same five-step process can . . . → Read More: How to Re-Lace a Baseball Glove

Uni Watch Profiles: Fred Storms

Back in late May, I Ticker-mentioned that reader Jameson Adams had paid a leatherworking company to turn an old baseball glove into a wallet. The company that did that work is called Little Freddie’s, and it’s run by a guy named Fred Storms. I was curious about the story behind this enterprise, . . . → Read More: Uni Watch Profiles: Fred Storms

Hockey Grab Bag

The other day I got a note from the pseudonymous Hungry Hungry Hipster (probably not pictured at right, but hey, you never know), with the following subject line: “Lots of great hockey stuff for Ticker.” After looking through his finds, I decided they were too good for the Ticker and deserved to showcased . . . → Read More: Hockey Grab Bag