Uni Watch Library: Little Leaguer's First Uniform

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How Low Can You Go?

Masahiro Tanaka, the Yanks’ new Japanese import, made his MLB debut on Friday. And as you can see in the two shots above, he was pulling the old Barry Bonds move of keeping his pant legs anchored to his shoes with straps that went under the soles. The strap was supposedly . . . → Read More: How Low Can You Go?

Well, That Didn’t Take Long

We got our first serious uni glitch of the MLB season yesterday afternoon, as Cubs outfielder Junior Lake wore the team’s primary road gray jersey (“Chicago”) while the rest of the team was wearing the new alternate (“Cubs”). As you can see above, the Cubbies’ broadcast team noticed the mistake during the bottom . . . → Read More: Well, That Didn’t Take Long

This DUD is Definitely NOT a Dud

By Phil Hecken

OK, I’m back after a one-week illness-induced hiatus — I’m not quite sure what afflicted me, but it sure felt like the flu, which is quite odd since I got a flu shot back in September. Now, I know one can still get the flu even after receiving a flu . . . → Read More: This DUD is Definitely NOT a Dud