They say that the pants make the player. Whether you prefer the knickers of Aaron Judge or long, baggy look of Mike Trout, pant styles have varied from year-to-year and player-to-player. It is one of the great ironies of baseball that a sport so steeped in tradition and strict rules, both written and unwritten, is so forgiving when it comes to a key piece of its own uniform.
We all know how important being ahead in the count is for pitchers. But when you take a closer look at the numbers, the differences can be absolutely staggering.
In recent years, MLB and its 30 clubs have worked with Autism Speaks to host Autism Awareness games across the league, and the hope is for teams to engage with the Love The Moment products to bring more visibility to the campaign's message.