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A Recap of the Cardinals’ 1964 Re-Cap

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It Ain’t the Years, It's the Mileage

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Here’s a shot of former Packers great Ray Nitschke. I’m not sure of the photo’s date, but the mesh jersey suggests that it was taken late in his career. For the sake of argument, let’s assume it was taken during his final season — 1972.

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A Look Back at the 1972 MLB All-Star Game

Greetings, people — happy post-holiday! Hope your extended weekend was as good as mine.

Reader Ferdinand Cesarano’s weekend included watching the 1972 MLB All-Star Game, and he spotted some uni-notable moments. For starters, there were two instances of my favorite All-Star Game trope — players who for various reasons had to wear another . . . → Read More: A Look Back at the 1972 MLB All-Star Game

An Early Example of Uniform Advertising

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[Editor’s Note: Today we have a guestwritten entry by Matthew Algeo, who’s going to enlighten us regarding an early example of uniform advertising. Enjoy. — PL]

By Matthew Algeo

When I was a tween, I was a huge fan of the Pennsylvania Stoners, an American . . . → Read More: An Early Example of Uniform Advertising