Mr. Met Mystery Kinda-Sorta Solved, Mostly

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A Symbol of the South Used by Teams in the North

As I’m sure you’re all aware, the nation is currently in the midst of a robust discussion about the Confederate battle flag. That discussion has spilled over into the sports world, as NASCAR chairman Brian France has said that he wants the flag eliminated at races. I wrote about the intersection of the . . . → Read More: A Symbol of the South Used by Teams in the North

Charm City Pride, Hon

Interesting move by the Orioles, who took their “Baltimore” script, which normally appears on their road greys, and put it onto a set of home whites for last night’s game against the Blue Jays (plenty of photos here).

This was the Orioles’ first game at Camden Yards since the “empty stadium” game on . . . → Read More: Charm City Pride, Hon

Uniform Summit, Cream City Edition

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Who was that yesterday afternoon at the Miller Time Pub & Grill in Milwaukee? From left, that’s me, Uni Watch intern Mike Chamernik, and impresario Chris Creamer. We were all in town for the unveiling of the Bucks’ new logo set, which took place last . . . → Read More: Uniform Summit, Cream City Edition