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Feathers In Their Caps
Sarah Ballard
April 05, 1989
IN 1987, THE ORIOLES DECIDED TO CHANGE "THE HAT WITH THE FUNNY LITTLE DUCK HEAD ON IT," AS FRED LYNN CALLED IT. AN ARTIST WAS COMMISSIONED AND, AFTER MODIFICATIONS SUGGESTED BY THE EXPERTS AT THE BALTIMORE ZOO, AN ORNITHOLOGICALLY CORRECT BIRD (ABOVE) WAS FINALLY UNVEILED THIS WINTER—TO THE APPLAUSE OF SEVERAL PLAYERS AND THEIR WIVES. FASHION MARCHES ON
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April 05, 1989

Feathers In Their Caps

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IN 1987, THE ORIOLES DECIDED TO CHANGE "THE HAT WITH THE FUNNY LITTLE DUCK HEAD ON IT," AS FRED LYNN CALLED IT. AN ARTIST WAS COMMISSIONED AND, AFTER MODIFICATIONS SUGGESTED BY THE EXPERTS AT THE BALTIMORE ZOO, AN ORNITHOLOGICALLY CORRECT BIRD (ABOVE) WAS FINALLY UNVEILED THIS WINTER—TO THE APPLAUSE OF SEVERAL PLAYERS AND THEIR WIVES. FASHION MARCHES ON

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