By Phil Hecken
This afternoon the Cubs, who have been throwing back on home Sunday’s this season to different decades over the hundred year span of Wrigley Field, will be throwing back to what was, in my opinion, the worst uniform of the double-knit era — the road, blue, pinstriped uniform of 1978. It . . . → Read More: Return of the Best Worst Uni of the Polyester Era!
By Phil Hecken
It’s that time of year again — college football is about to start and we get rankings for the conferences (that one there, by UW friend Andrew Lind places Alabama atop the SEC, as they should be) — and even UW reader and friend Clint Richardson, who you’ll be hearing from . . . → Read More: Never an Easy Task – Ranking the NCAA Football Uniforms
We all love Dressed to the Nines. But if you’re seriously into old-timey baseball history, D2T9s has a serious limitation: It only goes back to 1901. Nobody has come up with a visual database for 19th-century baseball uniform designs.
Until now. A new site called Threads of Our Game launched on Tuesday, and it . . . → Read More: Letâ€™s Look Back — WAY Back
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Big uni-centric summit meeting last night at Katz’s Deli, as SportsLogos.net honcho Chris Creamer (left) and I had a high-stakes sit-down over pastrami and pickles. We talked about the usual stuff that comes up when kingpins get together: how to carve up the territory equitably, keeping our . . . → Read More: Two of a Kind