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Major Find: ‘The Professionals Look at Pro Football’

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A Visit to the National Ballpark Museum

[Editor’s Note: Today we have a guest entry from longtime Uni Watch pal Rob Ullman — that’s him at right — who’s going to fill us in on a baseball museum that I hadn’t even heard of before. Enjoy. — Paul]

By Rob Ullman

My pal Aaron Black and I booked a trip . . . → Read More: A Visit to the National Ballpark Museum

The Series When the White Sox Wore White Socks (mostly)

There are certain uniform variations and peculiarities that have become standard knowledge among the uni-scenti over the years. By now we all know that the Cowboys wore red, white, and blue helmet striping in 1976. We all know the A’s managers and coaches wore white caps in the late 1960s and early ’70s. . . . → Read More: The Series When the White Sox Wore White Socks (mostly)

Nothing But Net: Lakers Suspected Foul Play in ’68 Finals

Longtime Uni Watch reader Jerry Wolper spends a lot of time researching his way through old Pittsburgh newspapers. Along the way, he often spots things that would be of interest to Uni Watch, and he recently came up with a doozy.

On April 24, 1968, The Pittsburgh Press ran a UPI wire story . . . → Read More: Nothing But Net: Lakers Suspected Foul Play in ’68 Finals