Some articles on stockings:

David Stockings
... David Charles Stockings (born 22 July 1944) was an English cricketer ... Stockings, who made three appearances in the Minor Counties Championship for the team during the 1967 season, made his sole List A appearance in the 1968 Gillette Cup ...
Mike Brannock
7, 1881), was a third baseman in the National Association for the Chicago White Stockings in 1871, and later played for another incarnation of the Chicago White Stockings in 1875 ... Brannock debuted with the White Stockings on October 21, 1871 at age 19 ...
Silk Stockings (disambiguation)
... Silk Stockings is a 1955 stage musical ... Silk Stockings may also refer to Silk Stockings (1920 film), a 1920 silent film directed by James Clemens and starring George Ovey Silk Stockings (film), a 1957 film adaptation of the 1955 ...
Logos And Uniforms Of The Boston Red Sox - Socks and Sweatshirts
... blue undershirts or sweatshirts and tri-colored stirrup stockings, with a red anklet and two white stripes on a navy blue background on the upper sock ... Since 2003, the team has worn all-red stockings with both their home and away uniform sets, along with red sweatshirts, with one exception as part of the 2009 logo and uniform ... the team switched back to red sweatshirts and stockings after their first road trip and the remainder of the season ...
Silver Flint
... Louis Red Stockings of the National Association and he played one year for the Indianapolis Blues before joining the Chicago White Stockings in 1879, where he would remain for the rest of his playing career ... In his first season with the White Stockings, Flint and Cap Anson split duties piloting the team, which finished 5–12 under Flint and 41–21 under Anson ...

Famous quotes containing the word stockings:

    Lord Hamlet, with his doublet all unbraced,
    No hat upon his head, his stockings fouled,
    Ungartered, and down-gyved to his ankle,
    Pale as his shirt, his knees knocking each other,
    And with a look so piteous in purport
    As if he had been loosed out of hell
    To speak of horrors.
    William Shakespeare (1564–1616)