Baseball Widow is, sans doute, an authority on all things baseball. . .well, at least all the important things. Terminology isn't her strong suit, as two recent examples show:
Baseball Widow to Hubby, during the WBC: Oh, I like Cuba's outfits.
Baseball Hubby: Men wear uniforms.
Baseball Widow: So, I suppose gloves and hat aren't called accessories.
Baseball Hubby to Baseball Widow: Look at Jamie (Baseball Baby) in his baseball cap.
Baseball Widow: Now all he needs is some black make-up, and he's ready to play.
Baseball Hubby: Men wear eye black.
Baseball Widow: Oh, yes, and when Barry Bonds showed up to spring training in a dress, he was just in his formal uniform.