Cubs & Tigers Throwback to 1945

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'Radom Thoughts' - Logo Case Study #2 - 1944 Philadelphia Blue Jays/Phillies

[Editor’s note: You guys may recall that in previous summers I had Morris Levin pen some guest columns for Uni Watch, but unfortunately, he won’t be able to do so this year; I asked uniform and logo designer Todd Radom if he’d share some of his logo case studies during Paul’s vacation, and . . . → Read More: ‘Radom Thoughts’ – Logo Case Study #2 – 1944 Philadelphia Blue Jays/Phillies

The Greatest Uni Year in Baseball

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[Editor’s Note: Paul is on his annual August break from the site and will return in September. Daily content is continuing under the direction of deputy editor Phil Hecken, who’s running the site this month.]

By Phil Hecken

Ahhh…1969. Woodstock, the Moon Landing, the Beatles were still together. The Manson Murders, . . . → Read More: The Greatest Uni Year in Baseball

The (D)evolution of MLB Hall of Fame Plaques

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By Phil Hecken

A few weeks ago, just after Major League Baseball’s Hall of Fame Ceremonies, reader Anthony Giaccone asked if I’d ever written anything regarding the design of MLB’s HOF plaques. I had not (and I don’t think Paul ever covered anything on that, although I know he’s covered several . . . → Read More: The (D)evolution of MLB Hall of Fame Plaques