EXCLUSIVE: First Look at Nike’s 2020 MLB Jerseys

For months now people have been wondering what MLB jerseys will look like with the Nike maker’s mark on the chest (instead of on the sleeve, where the Majestic logo has been positioned).

Some people have also been wondering if the Yankees would really wear the Nike logo or if they’d somehow escape . . . → Read More: EXCLUSIVE: First Look at Nike’s 2020 MLB Jerseys

On Purple Amnesty Day, Uni Aesthetics Take A Hit

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We all have our good days and our bad days. Uniforms? Yep, they work that way too.

Yesterday was (as you should all be aware) the infamous “Purple Amnesty Day” on Uni Watch, and (coincidentally?) the whole uni-verse, or at least my universe, went just a . . . → Read More: On Purple Amnesty Day, Uni Aesthetics Take A Hit

Dodgers Star Justin Turner Has Unusual Jersey Modification

There’s nothing new about MLB players who prefer to leave their jerseys partially unbuttoned. But reader Marc Gilbert has noticed that Dodgers third baseman, leprechaun lookalike, and Met-who-got-away Justin Turner does something more radical: In addition to going unbuttoned, he’s had his jersey modified to create a deeper V-neck.

Let’s start with this shot of . . . → Read More: Dodgers Star Justin Turner Has Unusual Jersey Modification

What Do We Think of Jersey Trading Cards?

I’ve been writing about uniforms for nearly 20 years now, and there’s a fairly big elephant in the room that I’ve never written about or probably even mentioned: jersey trading cards, which are the cards that come with a little swatch of a game-used jersey, like the Alfonso Soriano card shown above.

I don’t . . . → Read More: What Do We Think of Jersey Trading Cards?