When it comes to fashion, teams just don't get it

September 20, 2002
By Jim Caple
Watch out. Baseball has gotten ahold of football's playbook.

The NFL has long been notorious for stamping out any sign of individuality, prescribing everything from how high socks must be worn to the wording on a headband. Just last weekend, the league prevented Peyton Manning from wearing black hightops in a tribute to Johnny Unitas.

And now baseball has taken the cue.

“--> Crack down on the teams and let the players dress themselves. I like that David ...

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