Every MLB Team’s Best and Worst Logos: NL Edition

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In case you missed it, last weekend I ranked the best and worst logos of the American League, and today we’ll take a look at the Senior Circuit.

As I mentioned then, one can find MLB logos all over the interwebs, but the best (by far) collection . . . → Read More: Every MLB Team’s Best and Worst Logos: NL Edition

Every MLB Team's Best and Worst Logos: AL Edition

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While we primarily focus on uniforms here at Uni Watch, a the quality team’s logo is almost of equal import as that of its uniform. Over its 100+ year history, the Junior Circuit (American League) has largely produced excellent logos, with a few questionable ones thrown in . . . → Read More: Every MLB Team’s Best and Worst Logos: AL Edition

A Simple (Game)Plan: Re-Reimagining The NY Jets

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Earlier this month, as you’re all aware, the New York Jets introduced a redesign of their helmet and uniforms (pretty much only the third re-design in their 60 season history). Paul covered the unveiling and I followed up the next day with my own assessment (scroll down). . . . → Read More: A Simple (Game)Plan: Re-Reimagining The NY Jets

Uni Watch Goes To The Polls: Best and Worst Campaign Logos of 2018

[Editor’s Note: Paul is on his annual August break from site. Deputy editor Phil Hecken is in charge from now through the end of the month, although Paul is still on the clock over at ESPN and may be popping up here occasionally. Today we have a very special “off-uni” post from our own . . . → Read More: Uni Watch Goes To The Polls: Best and Worst Campaign Logos of 2018