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If you click on the video above, you’ll see some highlights from a 1969 Packers/49ers game. The Packers were the home team, but the field included a baseball infield diamond, so you can tell that the game was played at County Stadium in Milwaukee, where the Packers used to routinely play two to . . . → Read More: Why Were the Packers Playing on an Infield in 1969?
I know what you’ve all been wondering, so let me be the first to tell you: Yes, that was the first time both teams wore colored jerseys and a pitcher wore a single-digit number and JrOB in an extra-inning Game 7 with a rain delay. Historic!
Hell of a game, right? I always . . . → Read More: World Series Wrap-Up
It was mood indigo at last night’s World Series game, as Cleveland once again wore navy and the Cubs wore royal. Lots of people asked me if it was the first blue-vs.-blue game in Series history, and I suspect it was, although I haven’t been able to confirm that. (People also asked . . . → Read More: Blue Meanies: Cubs & Indians Go Alternate vs. Alternate