As most of you probably know, all MLB teams wore “Health” patches in 1942. This was the logo of the Hale America initiative, which was basically a “Shape Up!” fitness program that arose in response to America’s entry into World War II following the bombing of Pearl Harbor. The patch was also worn by . . . → Read More: Hale, Hearty, and Full of Unresolved Questions
Paul Lukas of @UniWatch looking sharp (of course) on @KeithOlbermann's show. pic.twitter.com/sCeTBHGkH2
— Cork Gaines (@CorkGaines) September 25, 2013
Yes, that was me on Keith Olbermann’s show last night, talking about the proposed NBA nickNOBs and a few related issues. This all came together fairly quickly, and lots of you have been . . . → Read More: Uni Watch on TV: My Night With KO
Surprising news from the NBA last night, as reports began filtering out that the league will allow, or maybe even encourage, players on the Heat and Nets to wear nicknames on their jerseys for one game this season. (There’s an additional article here.)
This wouldn’t be the first time we’ve seen nickNOBs on basketball uniforms, . . . → Read More: Can the Glow-in-the-Dark Uni Be Far Behind?
NFL butt cheeks used to make on-field appearances once every few years or so, but now it’s becoming a near-weekly phenomenon. The latest culprit: Browns wideout Travis Benjamin (shown at right), who fired a moonshot during yesterday’s game against the Vikings, treating the nation to a view of his gluteus gridironus. With this type . . . → Read More: Monday Morning Uni Watch