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ALL RISE: MLB Introduces ‘Players Weekend’ Jerseys; Even Yanks Will Wear NOB (First Time Ever)

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MLB Theme Weekend, Part Deux

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By Phil Hecken

MLB began the second of four uni-theme weekends yesterday (the other three are Mother’s Day, Father’s Day and Independence Day). This one will last three days. The ratchet continues to turn.

For about a decade, MLB has been “honoring” the Memorial Day holiday by dressing teams in . . . → Read More: MLB Theme Weekend, Part Deux

The Return of Naming Wrongs

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As longtime readers may recall, back in 2009 I partnered with the apparel brand No Mas and the Brooklyn musician the Rev. Vince Anderson to create a T-shirt that said, “I’m Calling It Shea,” which was our response to the Mets selling off their new ballpark’s . . . → Read More: The Return of Naming Wrongs

Because Of Course They Did

Unless you’ve been under a very large rock for the past month or three, you’re probably aware of fidget spinners, a line of toys that were conceived as a stress-relievers for special needs kids but have exploded as the latest nationwide fad. They were actually invented 20 years ago, but the patent . . . → Read More: Because Of Course They Did