Baseball's early blunders

From fashion faux pas to spelling faux pas, there's more than enough uni talk to go around in this early baseball season.

Updated: August 19, 2005, 4:44 PM ET
By Paul Lukas | Special to Page 2

Uni Watch doesn't know if there was something in the water, if the stars were in some sort of bizarre alignment, or if Bud Selig's toupee was just on crooked. But something clearly was amiss on April 10th, a day that probably set some kind of record for uni-related weirdness and set the tone for several other oddities over the course of the ensuing week.

The peculiarities began at Yankee Stadium, where Miguel Tejada, who normally wears uniform No. 10, scored on a head-first ...

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