NBA Intro’s ‘Jersey of the Future’ — But Can It Core a Apple?

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Never did a throwaway Ticker item transform into a lede so fast.

That’s right, yesterday, at its annual All-Star Technology Summit, the NBA (and Commissioner Adam Silver) introduced what is purported to be the “Jersey of the Future.” Bonus points if you gleaned the meaning of the . . . → Read More: NBA Intro’s ‘Jersey of the Future’ — But Can It Core a Apple?

What’s Black and White and Wet All Over? NHL Unveils All-Star Jerseys

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The NHL unveiled its All-Star jerseys yesterday. The good news is that, for the first time, players will wear jerseys with their regular team crests — much better than wearing league or conference logos. The bad news is that the color palette will consist exclusively of black . . . → Read More: What’s Black and White and Wet All Over? NHL Unveils All-Star Jerseys

Book: Garish A’s Uniform Led to All-Star Snub

I’ve written a lot this year about the 1963 Kansas City A’s — the team that introduced the franchise’s now-familiar green/gold color scheme. (To see the posts I’m referring to, look here, here, here, here, and here.)

Now we have yet another entry about the ’63 A’s. It comes from longtime reader/contributor Ferdinand Cesarano, . . . → Read More: Book: Garish A’s Uniform Led to All-Star Snub

A Uni Watch Look at the 2018 MLB All-Star Game

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We all know that the Giants’ home “whites” aren’t actually white — they’re cream, or off-white, or vintage white, or whatever. Been that way since 2000. But in last night’s MLB All-Star Game, the Giants’ unis (as seen above worn by infielder Brandon Crawford) looked, well, creamier . . . → Read More: A Uni Watch Look at the 2018 MLB All-Star Game