MLB in 3D

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I’ll Drink to That

I had meant to mention this on Monday (and I thank reader Nik Streng for reminding me): As many of you probably saw over the weekend, Pepsi was running a really great commercial during the NFL divisional playoff games. It features some terrific leatherhead-era uniforms with spectacular texture. It’s definitely worth using the . . . → Read More: I’ll Drink to That

Major Blast From the Soft Drink Past

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Oh baby, check out this amazing 1930s ad for Celo soda featuring Dodgers pitcher Dazzy Vance, courtesy of reader Bruce Menard. Interesting uni detail: We’ve seen plenty of piping-outlined belt tunnels before (the Braves still use that design element today), but it’s much rarer to see . . . → Read More: Major Blast From the Soft Drink Past

Kap Kontroversy

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What you see above, from top to bottom, are an original game-worn Brooklyn Dodgers cap, circa 1940s; a Brooklyn Dodgers cap made for use in the upcoming movie 42; and a close-up of a Dodgers cap as it appears on the 42 movie . . . → Read More: Kap Kontroversy