Check Your Head

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As most of you probably know, the Cubs don’t use a conventional helmet logo decal — they used an embroidered adhesive patch. The good part is that the patch has more depth and texture than a decal, so the logo really pops; the bad part . . . → Read More: Check Your Head

A Large Poutine and a Labatt's Blue, Please

What you see above is the Blue Jays’ Canada Day jersey for this season, which they’ll be wearing this Sunday. As usual, it has CNOB and a Canadian flag sleeve patch.

By my count, this season marks the 10th time the Jays have worn a special design for Canada Day. Let’s take a look . . . → Read More: A Large Poutine and a Labatt’s Blue, Please

The Grass Is Always Greener

By Phil Hecken

On Uni Watch, it’s rare that we focus on *individual* sports — if only because there really aren’t uniforms per se. But sports like tennis and golf probably deserve more attention, and today, tennis is going to get that attention. Because tomorrow is the start of the oldest, and most prestigious . . . → Read More: The Grass Is Always Greener

Soccer TimE...Part 1

By Phil Hecken

It’s often been said by many of the readers of Uni Watch that soccer football, particularly European football, doesn’t get much love on these boards, and that’s certainly true — but that’s due far more to the fact that both Paul and I aren’t especially familiar with the beautiful game (full . . . → Read More: Soccer TimE…Part 1