A Unique Uniform Modification

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Revisiting a Favorite Topic: the 1976 Braves’ NickNOBs

Back in 2012, I posted a series of entries in which I tried to nail down the specifics on the nickNOBs worn by the 1976 Braves, which had been the subject of a lot of misinformation and poor documentation over the years. You can see those three entries here, here, and here.

Now I . . . → Read More: Revisiting a Favorite Topic: the 1976 Braves’ NickNOBs

Scipio Spinks: The Lone White-Shod Cardinal

[Editor’s Note: Today we have a guest entry from Wally Campbell, who’s written an excellent piece about the one St. Louis Cardinals player to wear white shoes in 1972. Wally sent his piece already laid out in a PDF, so I’ve chosen to present it as he formatted it. For each “page,” you can . . . → Read More: Scipio Spinks: The Lone White-Shod Cardinal

Charlie Finley Would’ve Been Proud (if he’d been born yet)

Last summer I did a post on Craig Brown’s excellent Threads of Our Game site, which aims to be a Dressed to the Nines-style database for pre-1900 baseball uniforms.

Craig updates the site based on his own research and, especially, research submissions that are sent to him. He’s recently made some major finds . . . → Read More: Charlie Finley Would’ve Been Proud (if he’d been born yet)