The End of Miller Time

News broke yesterday that the name of the Brewers’ stadium, which for the past two decades has been an ad for a brewery, will soon become an ad for an insurance company. The change will become effective at the end of 2020.

This news led dozens of people to contact me via social media . . . → Read More: The End of Miller Time

From Connie Mack to Mr. Oriole: A Conversation with Dick Armstrong

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The photo shown above was taken during spring training in March of 1950. The gentleman on the right is Philadelphia A’s owner/manager Connie Mack, who was then 87 years old and was preparing to manage his 50th season — and, as it . . . → Read More: From Connie Mack to Mr. Oriole: A Conversation with Dick Armstrong

The Birth of ‘Gary’: How FC Cincinnati’s New Badge Came to Be

[Editor’s Note: Today we have a guest entry from our own Alex Hider, who has an excellent behind-the-scenes look at the development of FC Cincinnati’s new badge. Enjoy. — PL]

By Alex Hider

About six months ago, on May 29, Major League Soccer formally announced that the USL team FC Cincinnati would join MLS . . . → Read More: The Birth of ‘Gary’: How FC Cincinnati’s New Badge Came to Be

Marlins Unveil New Logos, Uniforms to Follow Today

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After weeks of teases and rumors, the Marlins finally made it official yesterday, unveiling their new primary and secondary logos. Naturally, they came with an annoying slogan, cringe-inducing color names, and a video that’s straight out of a trying-too-hard tourism campaign, but let’s try to ignore all . . . → Read More: Marlins Unveil New Logos, Uniforms to Follow Today