so that excludes baseball cap and tzitzis tucked in?
ca: I would think it improper to wear a baseball cap to Daven, yes. Tzitzis in or out is Talui in Minhag, really.
And if he wears a baseball cap in the street (with his tzitzis tucked in), how will people know he is a Yid?
Sam: Talis katan in or out us talui in minhag tzitzis is not.
arent we talking about davening here, who said in the street?
and agavdik you knoow who a yid is anyway (i take it you haven’t been to baseball games)
sushi: The Mishnah Brurah quotes the Magen Avraham’s emotional piece on having the strings out, but there are still many who are/were Noheg to keep them in, which is a strong Minhag.
It’s from the books of the Chofetz Chaim. I think, Chofetz Chaim Lesson A Day. But there are other seforim mentioning this.
Foolish schools. They waste time on poetry and essays. They don’t mention this. People should be advised, each time you speak to someone essentially you are judging yourself!
I dont know any shul that holds if you dont wear a hat and jacket you are not welcome yes it is a very big minhag and it is probably correct (i do wear a hat and jacket)