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Under Armour to Take Over MLB Uniforms a Year Early

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MLB Lettermen

A few weeks ago I did an ESPN column about NBA team captains who’ve worn a “C” on their jerseys. Today I want to turn our attention from the hardcourt to the diamond.


MLB, like the NBA, does not maintain an official database of players who’ve worn a captaincy designation. My own mental database . . . → Read More: MLB Lettermen

History’s Pinkest Number-Retirement Ceremony

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For five months now, ever since it was announced that Derek Jeter’s number would be retired on Mother’s Day, I’ve been wondering how the Yankees would handle the uniforms. Would they really wear pink instead of their usual timeless uniforms? Would they maybe wear their regular . . . → Read More: History’s Pinkest Number-Retirement Ceremony

MLB: The Pinkening, Year 2 (Day 1)

By Phil Hecken

MLB’s love affair with special event uniforms continues, and in typical millennial fashion, works under the mantra of “anything worth doing is worth overdoing,” and that’s not necessarily a good thing. Last year, on Mother’s Day, the splash photo included a ratchet, because you can be certain that once MLB . . . → Read More: MLB: The Pinkening, Year 2 (Day 1)