Days of Yore - Part I

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Fade To Black

By Phil Hecken

To very little fanfare, the San Francisco Giants introduced a new alternate jersey, a black one, yesterday afternoon. The unveiling was expected, the design was not entirely what was expected.

Rumors had been flowing for months that the Giants would bring back a black alternate jersey, having worn a couple . . . → Read More: Fade To Black

Cream of the Crop

[Click to Enlarge. Photo Credit: Ben VanHouten/Seattle Mariners]

By Phil Hecken

The Seattle Mariners unveiled their new alternate uniform (pictured above) yesterday, and boy is it gorgeous. It will be worn during Sunday home games at Safeco Field. There is so much to like about this uniform (including a set of fauxback stirrups/socks that . . . → Read More: Cream of the Crop

A Newly Discovered Quirk in Twins Design History

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[Editor’s Note: Today we have a guest entry from uniform designer/historian Todd Radom, who’s discovered a heretofore undocumented chapter in MLB logo history. — PL]

By Todd Radom

I recently acquired a rare copy of the 1987 Major League Baseball Style Guide. It was a fun . . . → Read More: A Newly Discovered Quirk in Twins Design History