By Phil . . . → Read More: Cubs Celebrate Strike Season, Cuban Independence
Runnin’ out of numbers.
There will never be another New York Yankee with a No. 6 on his back.
During a pregame ceremony Saturday, the Yankees officially retired Hall of Fame manager Joe Torre’s No. 6, honoring his steady hand for the team’s four World Series titles in the five years at . . . → Read More: Yankees Retire Joe Torre’s Number 6
By Morris Levin
The online resources for those of us who track historic baseball uniforms are abundant in 2014. We have Bill Henderson’s Game Worn Jersey Guide; Chris Creamer’s MLB Uniform Tracker; the Diamond Uniform Database; team specific fan projects, and official team histories; and now a 19th century uniform project.
These . . . → Read More: The 1990 Mitchell & Ness Nostalgia Co. Catalog
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Paul here, still pinch-hitting this weekend. The Braves and A’s wore turned back the clock 100 years last night, as both teams wore 1914 throwbacks. How’d they do? First let’s take a look at the original 1914 designs that the throwbacks were based on (keeping . . . → Read More: Let’s Look at Last Night’s Braves/A’s Throwback Game