March 08, 2019
February 03, 2019
Even Joe Shlabotnik had one.
Im telling you Patty, give her a cap so she will out a lid on it!
Just get her a cap, Peppermint Patty.
Trump had a cap.
Don’t forget Andy Capp, um…..nvrmnd. I’ll let myself out. :-/
Even Cap Anson had a cap.
Go talk to CB, maybe he will try and trade Lucy for you.
Another mention of Joe G. Does anyone remember—Schulz put someone’s real phone number in a Sunday strip once. I think it was a baseball player’s. They started getting calls early. The person wrote a foreword to one of the books, telling the story.
Even quite a few who never speak wear caps.
A cap will keep the sun from glaring in eyes. Especially with her wearing glasses.
Craving for a cap may be the start of Marcie’s enthusiasm for baseball!
I think Marcie needs a night cap … and a strong one at that …
Wait until summer arrives and the heat of the sun Is bearing down on your heads!
Even Charlie Brown has a cap!
Better: Patty: Put a cap on it, Marcie!
At the time this was drawn many of them were still wearing theirs, even if not on the field.
And Art Shamsky.
Seriously, Marcie, shut up.
Just get Marcie a cap and be done with it.
Mookie Wilson had a cap.In the 1986 world series the fans in Boston’s Fenway were teasing him, chanting his name in a slow mournful way. After a minute or so he turned. Doffed his cap bowed to them and turned back to the game.
The Boston fans then cheered his style and left him alone.
Complain about caps when you be a good player, Marcie.
If I recall, Joe Garagiola grew up on the same street as Yogi Berra and they played ball together as kids. Of course, Yogi went on to be one of the best, a shoe-in for the Hall of Fame. Joe, well, not so much.
Joe Garagiola even got a DINNER!!
Let’s hope tomorrow’s April 1, 2023 Peanuts strip is the April Fool’s related with Snoopy’s foot in a cast then Monday comes the last week of Snoopy’s foot in a cast strips before the Peanuts baseball cap arc continues.
What baseball team did Maury Wills play for?
So, whatever you may say about Charlie’s managerial style, he made sure that his players had caps. Evidently Patty doesn’t get into caps herself. OK, Patty, how about jersey’s.
Joe Garagiola needs one for his bald head.
Joe was a great baseball announcer on tv, remember him doing 67 series
For someone who hates baseball, Marcie certainly has knowledge…
But their team name is The Capless
One little error—Marcie is the shortstop.She should be standing on dirt,not grass.
And Willie Mc Covey had a cap.
And now the Yanks have one who goes by the name of Aaron Judge.
Even Davy Crockett had a cap. It was coonskin, but still…..
Play the game a mere fraction as well as those guys, or as good as Lucy Van Pelt, and we’ll talk. (What does Peppermint Patty have against caps anyway?)
I’ve heard of all of those players except Maury Wills.
Even Bob Ueker had one.
Joe Garagiola and I wore caps for the same reason; your protection from the reflected glare. (sigh)
Yogi Berra had one. All the reason you need to wear one. Proud WW2 Veteran.
Marcy knows her baseball history!
Coca Cola has a cap, Yoo Hoo has a cap, and 7 Up has a cap (even if it does have Mickey Mantle’s number on it).
Marcie, you could have bee traded for Joe Garagiola:
At least she stopped calling patty “sir”
Watch out or someone will cap you…
Only Charles Schulz could make a baseball cap story arc work!
For the love of Mike ….. “GET MARCIE A BASEBALL CAP” ….. “PLEASE” … :)
Bob Uecker had a cap. Still does!
And very nice hats they were….
Baseball caps, were first used in the mid-19th century by the Brooklyn Excelsiors baseball team. They were made of straw and had a wide brim to protect players’ eyes from the sun. The modern baseball cap with a rounded crown and a stiff bill or visor was first introduced in the 1940s by the New Era Cap Company.
Marcie has a point, Peppermint Patty. You may only be a sandlot team, but you’d look better with something you could call a uniform. Matching caps would do that for you. Right now you just look like kids in a school yard playing baseball at recess.
Isn’t that Charlie Brown’s favorite player?
I think they played Saloogie with Joe’s hat and he never got it back.
When the cows from next door got into our yard, my mother borrowed by cap pistol.
Ted Williams says, “Make mine a Moxie!” <— a sign my workplace sells, displayed right next to the moxie apparels and magnets (and the actual moxie in the cooler with the other sodas, of course)