Ranking The Top 10 Negro League Uniforms

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A little over a year ago, I prepared a list of my “Top 10” best uniforms for Negro League teams for my friend Rob Brown of Team Brown Apparel (I also did a second set of the next best 10 NLB unis). That original list had been . . . → Read More: Ranking The Top 10 Negro League Uniforms

Some Fun Facts About Presidential First Pitches

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They say Baseball is as American as apple pie and hot dogs. It’s one of the few things that brings together Americans of all stripes, and fans of the game cross all demographic categories. And no matter what your political leanings (or lack thereof), I think we . . . → Read More: Some Fun Facts About Presidential First Pitches

Mets on Pace for 162-0 Season!

The MLB season, which technically began last week in Tokyo, kicked off in earnest yesterday. As we had been led to expect, all uniformed personnel wore the MLB 150 patch on their sleeves (where it will remain all season long) and their caps (which was only for Opening Day and will not be done . . . → Read More: Mets on Pace for 162-0 Season!

How the Milwaukee Brewers Became ‘California Strong’

Graphic designer Bryan Molloy first got in touch with me toward the end of 2014, when he was working for Teespring. Since then we’ve partnered on a bunch of projects, including the Uni Watch T-Shirt Club campaigns in 2015 and ’16 and the last four years’ worth of Purple Amnesty Day designs. Bryan also . . . → Read More: How the Milwaukee Brewers Became ‘California Strong’