Cardinals Hall of Fame and Museum
The Cardinals Museum at Ballpark Village has the greatest collection of historical Cardinals artifacts on display. The collection and the staff put is one of the best museums in the world.
Craig Brown, Threads of Our Game
Threads of Our Game features the greatest catalog of 19th Century baseball uniforms and research.
Jeff Scott, Bird Bats
BirdBats features research identifying Cardinals bats and uniform numbers, with a great trove of information on 1923 and 1924, the first years the Cardinals wore numbers.
Todd Radom is a graphic designer and visual historian for over 30 years. He has created number of designs and illustrations throughout Major League Baseball.
Bill Henderson’s Game Worn Guide
Game Worn Guide is the quintessential catalog of game worn uniforms throughout Major League Baseball. Henderson is more detailed than any other guide we have found.
Uni-Watch has been the essential news source for all things uniforms. They deconstruct the finer points of sports uniforms (and occasionally other topics) in obsessive and excruciating detail.
The Society for American Baseball Research is a membership organization dedicated to fostering the research and dissemination of the history and record of baseball.
Dressed to the Nines
The BBHoF at Cooperstown has a website that continues the great work from Marc Okkonen cataloging baseball uniforms of the 20th Century.
Tom Shieber is the senior curator for the Baseball Hall of Fame at Cooperstown, and a St. Louisan to boot.
Baseball Uniforms of the 20th Century, book
Written and researched by Marc Okkonen, this is the book that started it all. Okkonen documented uniforms of every professional baseball team of the 20th century. This book is essential reading, recommend buying, don’t use amazon.
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