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Organ Grinder

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Rams Announce Fan Vote for New Pants; More News to Follow This Week, New Unis in 2019

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The evolution of the Rams’ identity continues. Last night the team announced several changes, beginning with the news that there will be a new pant design for 2017. The design will be blue and white — no more gold — with either single or double striping. . . . → Read More: Rams Announce Fan Vote for New Pants; More News to Follow This Week, New Unis in 2019

2016 Blunder Becomes One-Year Wonder: Diamondbacks Revise Pants

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Phil had this in the Ticker over the weekend, but I know some of you don’t follow the site on weekends, so just in case: The Diamondbacks announced a series of tweaks to their uniforms for 2017. You can see the full rundown of adjustments here, . . . → Read More: 2016 Blunder Becomes One-Year Wonder: Diamondbacks Revise Pants

The Results of Our MLB High-Cuff Census

Back on May 12, I wrote that Phil and I both estimated that about 15 to 20 percent of MLB players went high-cuffed, and then I proposed that we try to confirm or disprove that by doing a team-by-team count to see what the percentage of high-cuffers really is. Today we’re going to see the results of that count.

Counting high-cuffers is an extremely inexact science. So before we dive in, I strongly recommend that you take a minute to re-read the May 12 entry, just to reacquaint yourself with all the vagaries and grey areas we’re dealing with here.

A few notes: (Continue reading)