A Newly Discovered Quirk in Twins Design History

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Well We're Comin' ... To Your City

By Phil Hecken

We all know that sports, moreso now than ever, is a business. And an unfortunate part of that business, at least for the fans of the city losing a team, is the loss of civic pride, an identity…a way of life in some cases. That’s a topic I’d like to . . . → Read More: Well We’re Comin’ … To Your City

Willie Mays and Juan Marichal Almost Wore Inside-Out Uniforms

[Paul here. I’m on vacation this week, but here’s something for you to enjoy during my absence.]

I’ve written several times about Willie Mays wearing a Cubs helmet and then a Reds helmet in the 1965 MLB All-Star Game, and about his Giants teammate Juan Marichal wearing a Braves helmet. I’ve also linked to . . . → Read More: Willie Mays and Juan Marichal Almost Wore Inside-Out Uniforms

Yet Another Quirk Involving the Mets Logo

It’s been an interesting year for the Mets’ skyline logo. Back in January, uniform designer/historian Todd Radom discovered that the logo had originally been rendered in pink and black. Six months later he figured out why it had been pink and black. And then last month we had that kerfuffle about one of the . . . → Read More: Yet Another Quirk Involving the Mets Logo