A Token of Appreciation

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Kinda Sketchy

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By Phil Hecken

A few weeks ago, a gentleman with whom I’ve worked on articles for Uni Watch before, Mark Anderson, and who posts on Twitter as @MLBcathedrals, began tweeting a few old ballpark sketches. I thought I might have seen them before (we’ve probably showcased a few of them on . . . → Read More: Kinda Sketchy

Days of Yore, Part III

By Phil Hecken, with Jim Vilk

Last Saturday, Jim and I brought you the second in a short series of articles called Days of Yore, in which we argued for a number of uniforms that should, nay, need to return to the Major Leagues, even if just for one shining moment. We began . . . → Read More: Days of Yore, Part III

Days of Yore - Part II

By Phil Hecken, with Jim Vilk

Last Sunday, Jim and I brought you the first in a short series of articles called Days of Yore, in which we argued for a number of uniforms that should, nay, need to return to the Major Leagues, even if just for one shining moment. If you’re . . . → Read More: Days of Yore – Part II