Yet Another Quirk Involving the Mets Logo

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In Which the Mets Find Yet Another Way to Be Confounding

An odd little storyline unfolded last night on social media, as fans noticed a subtle change that had been made to the Mets’ classic skyline logo. Here, see if you can spot it (ignore the color differences and the trademark symbols):

Can you see it? Look at the blue skyline, and zero in . . . → Read More: In Which the Mets Find Yet Another Way to Be Confounding

Pittsburgh History Mystery Deepens

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Back on Sunday I wrote about the unusual sight of Willie Stargell wearing a batting helmet with the Pirates’ “smiling pirate” logo. Now we may have another example — or at least the ghost of one. At first glance, the helmet shown on Freddie Patek’s 1971 . . . → Read More: Pittsburgh History Mystery Deepens

A Pittsburgh History Mystery

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Paul here, once again pinch-hitting for Phil. Reader Bruce Margulies recently came across a very interesting find: a photo of Willie Stargell wearing a batting helmet with the Pirates’ old “smiling pirate” logo at what appears to be Wrigley Field. I wasn’t aware of the Pirates . . . → Read More: A Pittsburgh History Mystery