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MLB announced yesterday that the A’s will wear an MGM Resorts advertising patch on their right sleeve for the season-opening series against the Mariners on March 20 and 21. According to this Forbes piece, the Mariners are expected to have a different ad patch for that series, . . . → Read More: MLB Continues Tradition of Uni Ads for Games in Japan
Cleaning out the office and found this.
What should I do with it, @UniWatch?
(CC @zach_goodall) #Jaguars pic.twitter.com/MM3buCuk2d
— Jeff Sharon (@Jeff_Sharon) February 12, 2019
Last week a guy named Jeff Sharon found an old Jacksonville Jaguars cap and tweeted a photo of it at me (see above). Soon after . . . → Read More: What It Was Like to Work at Twins Enterprise
When the MLB 150 patch was recently unveiled, several people asked whether the Reds — who had already unveiled their own 150th-anniversary patch several months earlier — would wear both patches together, doubling up on the sesquicentennial-celebratory action. After all, the MLB 150 patch, with its thin, horizontal orientation, was clearly designed to allow . . . → Read More: Cincy One Five-O: Reds Buck Trend on MLB Patch
Back in October, I wrote a Ticker item that said, “Chief Wahoo isn’t the only thing the Indians are leaving behind next season. A little birdie tells me they’re going to stop using nameplates and switch to direct-sewn NOB lettering. Ditto for the Rays.”
I had forgotten about that until yesterday, when a series . . . → Read More: End of an Era: MLB to Be Nameplate-Free in 2019