Two Days in D.C.: Of Pats, Nats & Racist Logo Discussions

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By Phil . . . → Read More: Two Days in D.C.: Of Pats, Nats & Racist Logo Discussions

Greetings from Washington

I met many wonderful people at last night’s Uni Watch party, including Max Weintraub, who as you can see wears his sports heart on his sleeve — or at least on his arms.

Max was among about three dozen readers who showed up at last night’s shindig. It was a tremendous turnout — . . . → Read More: Greetings from Washington

Busch League: St. Louis Party Report

One very hectic week later, and with apologies for the delay, here’s the full rundown on the St. Looey shindig. This was one of the best Uni Watch gatherings ever, with a big turnout, tons of great people, and a unique setting at the Corner Bar and Grill in St. Charles. Here are . . . → Read More: Busch League: St. Louis Party Report