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Still Waiting for That Peace Corps Tribute Uniform

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Veteran’s Day is this Saturday, so college football teams are trotting out all the usual moves, beginning with last night’s game between Kent State and Western Michigan, which featured both teams wearing stars/stripes helmet designs. (As an aside, WMU was wearing white at home.)

We’ll see a . . . → Read More: Still Waiting for That Peace Corps Tribute Uniform

Worth a Thousand Words (or merchandise sales)

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Major League Baseball’s annual Memorial Day camouflage-fest got a bit of pushback yesterday in Kansas City, where at least four Tigers players (shown above, clockwise from top left) — second baseman Andrew Romine, third baseman Nicholas Castellanos, and pitchers Justin Verlander and Alex Wilson — wore red . . . → Read More: Worth a Thousand Words (or merchandise sales)

MLB Theme Weekend, Part Deux

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By Phil Hecken

MLB began the second of four uni-theme weekends yesterday (the other three are Mother’s Day, Father’s Day and Independence Day). This one will last three days. The ratchet continues to turn.

For about a decade, MLB has been “honoring” the Memorial Day holiday by dressing teams in various . . . → Read More: MLB Theme Weekend, Part Deux

A Good Solution to the Camouflage Problem

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Good morning! Yesterday was Memorial Day. Amidst all the camouflage (which as you know I consider to be a toxic mix of bad design and bad civics, but we’ve already been through that enough times and don’t need to go over it again today), a handful of . . . → Read More: A Good Solution to the Camouflage Problem