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MLB to Let Inmates Run Asylum for ‘Players Weekend’

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Tiger Talk

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Longtime Uni Watch reader/contributor Bruce Menard, who tweets tons of great vintage baseball imagery as @BSmile, came across something really interesting yesterday — the photo shown above of Tigers outfielder Al Kaline, waiting on deck prior to a plate appearance. There’s a similar shot, clearly from . . . → Read More: Tiger Talk

Rays Fauxback For The Home Fans

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By Phil Hecken

The Tampa Bay Rays once again threw back to their “1979” uniforms yesterday, which they have done several times over the past few years, only this time, they treated their home fans to their first look at the powder blue “fauxback,” which they . . . → Read More: Rays Fauxback For The Home Fans

Tigers Talk Tools of the Trade

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[Editor’s Note: Today we have a guest entry from our own Mike Chamernik, and it’s really good. Enjoy. — PL]

By Mike Chamernik

I played baseball in high school, and during one practice I was walking maybe 20 feet behind first base as the team was taking . . . → Read More: Tigers Talk Tools of the Trade