As most . . . → Read More: Hale, Hearty, and Full of Unresolved Questions
Got a note yesterday from reader Kevin Mueller, as follows:
My father played football at Ohio University 1964-1967, and was a grad assistant for a couple years after. While going through some of his scrapbooks we came across the attached clipping. Not sure of the year, but based on the helmet logo it . . . → Read More: What’s Round on Both Ends and High in the Middle?
When I was maybe 13 or 14 years old, my much older brother went up to our parents’ attic, poked around in an old box, and came out with a treasure: a copy of the Mets’ 1962 yearbook, which he gave to me on the condition that I never sell it (a condition . . . → Read More: Uni Watch Book Club: ‘Willard Mullin’s Golden Age of Baseball’
I’ve written before about the “White War” of 1967, which found the Washington Senators protesting the Kansas City Athletics’ use of white shoes by wearing white accessories of their own. But now it turns out that the Sens weren’t the only team that had issues with the Athletics’ white footwear.
New research by . . . → Read More: Another Battle in the White War of ’67