Robert Harvell’s photo archive continues to be a bottomless source of gridiron goodness. Here’s the latest batch from his collection:
• A wordmark on the sleeve is never a good idea.
• Ah, but how about a wordmark on the shoulders? Not sure I’ve ever seen that before.
• Something else I don’t think . . . → Read More: The Robert Harvell Files, Vol. 6
Bigtime jersey snafu at the start of the final Tour de France stage yesterday, as Lance Armstrong’s RadioShack team planned to wear black jerseys, all with the number 28, as a tribute to the 28 million people living with cancer. But Tour officials were not amused and insisted that the cyclists wear their regulation . . . → Read More: Lance Gets Lanced
By Phil Hecken, with Comrade Robert Marshall
You have been asking about this one for a while, and now it’s here. Time to hear from Comrade Robert Marshall who, amongst all his other Revolutionary Stirrup Party duties, is here to bring us the results from the “Design A Stirrup” contest. To refresh, the contest . . . → Read More: It’s A Rup-a-licous Day at Uni Watch
By Phil Hecken
A short while ago, we looked at the first seven American League teams were they to try “monochrome”. A couple of them, maybe, might be worth pursuing, should teams wish to pursue such a sartorial statement.
Shortly after that article appeared, reader Chris Powers sent me a few of his . . . → Read More: Monochrome in Baseball, Part IV