Do Opposing Players Really Care About LeBron’s Headband?

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Head Games

Mets reliever Alex Torres’s new protective cap, which he wore for the first time last weekend, is the latest in a long line of milestones in baseball headwear. I’ve taken a look at many of those developments — from the development of the earflap to Brooks Robinson’s stubby helmet brim — in my . . . → Read More: Head Games

What The Flock? A Uni Watch Sleuthing Project

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

Proving a Point

By Phil Hecken

As you probably know, some articles on Uni Watch are weeks in the making, others months. Today’s feature is literally two years in the making.

Back on or about June 12 of 2011, there was some chatter in the comments section about the Washington Nationals/Senators and two posters, “Teenchy” and . . . → Read More: Proving a Point