Not crazy about crooked caps

MLB doesn't have an official rule about cap alignment -- but why do these guys have to wear their caps crooked?

Updated: August 11, 2005, 11:55 AM ET
By Paul Lukas | Special to Page 2

Sometime between now and the end of the season -- maybe when the rosters expand in September, or maybe just when David Wells gets injured in his next bar fight -- the Red Sox probably will call up Abe Alvarez, a pitcher currently in Triple-A. And then a lot of people will discover what Uni Watch has been following for some time: Alvarez wears his cap seriously askew. If straight ahead is the equivalent of 12 o'clock, then Alvarez's chapeau registers roughly a quarter past 10.

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