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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
Reader Ed Kozak recently tipped me off to some good uni-centric content in Dan Epstein’s recently published book, Stars and Strikes: Baseball and America in the Bicentennial Summer of ’76, which was published in late April.
Epstein is the same guy who wrote Big Hair and Plastic Grass, so I guess he’s becoming . . . → Read More: Uni Watch Book Club: ‘Stars and Strikes: Baseball and America in the Bicentennial Summer of ’76’
We all love Dressed to the Nines. But if you’re seriously into old-timey baseball history, D2T9s has a serious limitation: It only goes back to 1901. Nobody has come up with a visual database for 19th-century baseball uniform designs.
Until now. A new site called Threads of Our Game launched on Tuesday, and . . . → Read More: Let’s Look Back — WAY Back