Hockey Pants: Surprisingly Non-Uniform

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A Look Back at MLB Teams Wearing White Pants on the Road

Twitter user @JCL513 recently asked me about phenomenon I hadn’t really thought about before: MLB teams wearing white pants on the road.

There are no teams that wear white pants on the road today. But it was surprisingly common in the 1970s and ’80s. The white britches were always paired with solid-colored jerseys. And . . . → Read More: A Look Back at MLB Teams Wearing White Pants on the Road

A Unique Uniform Modification

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I always loved watching George Brett hit. The sweet swing, the big chaw of tobacco, the sense that he could wake up at 3am and knock a double into the gap. Okay, so he left a bit to be desired in the stirrup department, but whatever . . . → Read More: A Unique Uniform Modification

Worst Baseball Pants Ever?

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)