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Phil mentioned something in both of his weekend Tickers that I think deserves a bit more space, namely that Louisville has new baseball uniforms for the NCAA tourney, and the pants feature something we haven’t seen before: big, honking “L” logos on the back-thigh areas (or as Phil has dubbed it, SLOH — school logo on hamstring). It’s one of those “It looks so fucking awful, but I can’t look away” things. Here, see for yourself: (Continue reading)
Reader Ed Kozak recently tipped me off to some good uni-centric content in Dan Epstein’s recently published book, Stars and Strikes: Baseball and America in the Bicentennial Summer of ’76, which was published in late April.
Epstein is the same guy who wrote Big Hair and Plastic Grass, so I guess he’s becoming . . . → Read More: Uni Watch Book Club: ‘Stars and Strikes: Baseball and America in the Bicentennial Summer of ’76’
I was recently poking around on Etsy and came across a copy of a 1952 children’s book called Little Leaguer’s First Uniform. Sounded like good Uni Watch fodder, so I scooped it up for $10.
The title turns out to be somewhat misleading, as the book isn’t about a kid’s first uni. Instead, . . . → Read More: Uni Watch Library: Little Leaguer’s First Uniform