Uni Watch Exclusive! Leaked Catalog Hints at New Alternate Jerseys for NFL Teams

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The 1990 Mitchell & Ness Nostalgia Co. Catalog

By Morris Levin

The online resources for those of us who track historic baseball uniforms are abundant in 2014. We have Bill Henderson’s Game Worn Jersey Guide; Chris Creamer’s MLB Uniform Tracker; the Diamond Uniform Database; team specific fan projects, and official team histories; and now a 19th century uniform project.

These . . . → Read More: The 1990 Mitchell & Ness Nostalgia Co. Catalog

Bill Henderson wants your help for the Seventh Edition of the Game Worn MLB Jersey Guide

By Morris Levin

Bill Henderson publishes the Game Worn MLB Jersey Guide. The most recent edition was the Sixth which he released in 2012. Bill catalogs and identifies every jersey worn in a Major League game since 1970, and shows the unique attributes specific to each garment to assist the collector in identifying . . . → Read More: Bill Henderson wants your help for the Seventh Edition of the Game Worn MLB Jersey Guide

For the Man of Today (or at least yesterday)

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Paul here. As most of you know, I’ve been away on vacation for the past week. It was a great trip, and I’ll have more to say about it tomorrow. I’m still catching up on stuff, so thanks in . . . → Read More: For the Man of Today (or at least yesterday)