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The Cubs Women’s History Month Artist Collection is a swing and a miss

Some of you might remember that a few years ago I was on a crusade about jerseys. For those of you who have forgotten, it was shortly after Javier Báez began using the diacritical mark on the back of his jersey and I started to see men wearing them around the ballpark. I loved this so much that I moved a Javy jersey above my intended next purchase (a Willson Contreras jersey, see how important this was to me?!) just because I loved that they finally got his name right. I went to the Cubs store after a game, walked up to the second story where the women’s cut jerseys live and was promptly disappointed — there were no accent marks on the women’s cut Javy jerseys.