The video embedded above pretty well captures the absurdity of yesterday’s MLB Ma’s Day uniforms. This year, thankfully, they didn’t go with pink-trimmed jerseys, but that just made all the other pink attire (caps, undershirts, socks, cleats, and various accessories) stand out in higher relief, because it didn’t match the teams’ color schemes. The . . . → Read More: Mother’s Day Recap Becomes Cap Logo Obsession
I received an interesting note the other day from reader Andrew Beckman, as follows:
I just finished reading Packers historian Cliff Christl’s fine book Packers Heritage Trail. At one point he covers the origins of the team’s ‘G’ logo (it debuted in an intra-squad game on Aug. 5, 1961, at the old City Stadium) . . . → Read More: Book Reveals Super-Subtle Tweak in Packers’ Logo Evolution
As you’ve probably heard by now, Chief Wahoo’s days are numbered. The Indians will stop wearing the cartoon logo in 2019. The news was first reported yesterday afternoon by The New York Times, and MLB issued its own statement shortly thereafter.
Here’s a quick FAQ-style rundown of the situation:
When will the Indians stop . . . → Read More: Finally: Indians to Scrap Chief Wahoo in 2019
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Big news yesterday out of Detroit, where the Tigers announced that they will no longer have separate versions of the old English “D” on their caps and home jerseys. The cap version will now be used on the jersey, and the cap logo is also being enlarged. . . . → Read More: D-troit: Tigers Finally Achieve Uniformity on Their Uniforms