Patchwork: Share and Share Alike

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The Return of the Stargell Stars

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I was all set to say, “You have one of the most beautiful home unis in the sport, you wait over two decades to get into a playoff game, and you wear black?” But then the Pirates did something so wonderful in last night’s National League . . . → Read More: The Return of the Stargell Stars

Hale, Hearty, and Full of Unresolved Questions

As most of you probably know, all MLB teams wore “Health” patches in 1942. This was the logo of the Hale America initiative, which was basically a “Shape Up!” fitness program that arose in response to America’s entry into World War II following the bombing of Pearl Harbor. The patch was also worn . . . → Read More: Hale, Hearty, and Full of Unresolved Questions

A Closer Look at MLB Patch Sharing

First and foremost: If you’ve been having any technical trouble with the site, please try clearing your browser’s cache. Should solve it. Sorry for the hassle.

Now then: As daily readers are aware, lately I’ve been following the phenomenon of MLB teams sharing memorial patches. It appears to have started last season, when . . . → Read More: A Closer Look at MLB Patch Sharing