There’s little that makes me as happy in the offseason as when a team corrects a graphic wrong.
But the Baltimore Orioles have topped every logo move in recent memory. Today, the club announced they’re bringing back the smiling cartoon bird and the white front-panel cap, and made the baseball world a better place.
The Orioles have not had much to cheer for since 1997. They’ve rotated through managers, mediocre pitchers and the bottom spots of the AL East for much of that time, perpetually sitting no fewer than five years away from contention. Every good hitter seems negated by a bad one, every top run wiped out by a seven-game losing streak. Continue reading