Sox in Shorts Redux?

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Cream Didn’t Rise to the Top

The New Era folks must have thought they had it all figured out. Grey all-star caps for the American League, whose players would be wearing grey uniforms, and white caps for the white-clad National League. As you can see above (and as a surprising number of people on Twitter kept pointing out), there . . . → Read More: Cream Didn’t Rise to the Top

Meanwhile, at the Home Run Derby...

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As you know, cubs are ferocious, rabid beasts that snarl like the demon hellspawn they are. They stalk the landscape in zombie-like packs, striking fear into the hearts of all who are unlucky enough to cross their path and laying waste to those foolish enough to . . . → Read More: Meanwhile, at the Home Run Derby…

A Look at Yesterday’s Cubs/Sox Throwback Game

The Cubs and White Sox held the first of their two late-1950s throwback games yesterday. As I explained last week (and as you can see above), all the Cubs wore No. 14 in honor of Ernie Banks. All of the White Sox players will wear No. 9 for Minnie Minoso when the teams . . . → Read More: A Look at Yesterday’s Cubs/Sox Throwback Game