A Tour of a Minor League Ballpark

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Like a Sunset Going Down

By Phil Hecken

As many of you know, I love the Houston Astros “tequila sunset” jerseys — it was a great look for a “space age” (or cutting edge) team like the Astros, and I was sad to see it go as a uniform element.

But what made it great was that . . . → Read More: Like a Sunset Going Down

How Deep Is Your Glove?

[Editor’s Note: Paul is on vacation. Today we have an excellent feature by intern Mike Chamernik — enjoy.]

By Mike Chamernik

I played baseball in Little League and the lower levels of high school, and I’ve always worn my fielding glove the same way. I always have my left index finger exposed on . . . → Read More: How Deep Is Your Glove?

League Ralph, Part the Third

By Phil Hecken

I’m back again today with R. Scott Rogers, who last time presented to us the second 10 teams whose uniforms, he feels, could replace those in the current Major Leagues, should those teams ‘disappear’ from the landscape.

If you missed that introductory post, which fully explains the set-up, please . . . → Read More: League Ralph, Part the Third