Birds on a Bat - An Interview with Gary Kodner, St. Louis Cardinals Designer

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Redbirds May Stick with Blue After All

Last November the Cardinals announced that their blue road cap was being demoted. The plan was for the team to wear red caps on the road, with the blue cap being retained in some capacity as an alternate. This came up when I interviewed Cards President Bill DeWitt III four months ago. In . . . → Read More: Redbirds May Stick with Blue After All

Talking Uniforms with Cardinals President Bill DeWitt III

When the Cardinals recently unveiled their new home alternate jersey and announced some other uniform tweaks, the guy emceeing the event was team president Bill DeWitt III. A few hours after the unveiling, I was made aware that DeWitt happens to be a Uni Watch fan and that he’d be open to discussing . . . → Read More: Talking Uniforms with Cardinals President Bill DeWitt III