Even on a Night of Leisure, Uniforms Just Find Me

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Uni Watch DIY Project: The Return of the Ace of Cakes

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What you see above is a cake that looks like someone threw up on it. But it’s actually a fiendishly clever baking concept. I’ll explain it in a minute, but first take another look at it — can you figure it out?

First, some background: As . . . → Read More: Uni Watch DIY Project: The Return of the Ace of Cakes

Revealed: The Story Behind the Dodgers’ Red Numbers

The red uni numbers on the front of the Dodgers’ jerseys, which the team began wearing in 1952, are among the most unusual uniform elements in all of Major League Baseball. For some people, they’re a nice visual accent, a splash of color, the cherry on top of a classic design. For others . . . → Read More: Revealed: The Story Behind the Dodgers’ Red Numbers

The Return of the Stargell Stars

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I was all set to say, “You have one of the most beautiful home unis in the sport, you wait over two decades to get into a playoff game, and you wear black?” But then the Pirates did something so wonderful in last night’s National League . . . → Read More: The Return of the Stargell Stars