A Treasure Trove of Awesome Colt .45s Photos

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A few weeks ago, I ran a 1960s photo showing Houston Colt .45s infielder Mike White receiving a flu shot while in uniform (and also while holding a cigarette!). I found that photo in an archive of materials from former Houston sportswriter and luminary George Kirksey. The […]

Staten Island FerryHawks Roll Out ‘Storytelling’ Detail That Actually Works!

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As most of you know by now, I tend to take a pretty dim view of “storytelling” details in sports brand design. Most of them tend to feel torturously strained, a lot of it doesn’t actually work from a functional-design standpoint (basing your number font on a […]

Tampa Bay Breaks Out the Devil Throwbacks

In a Saturday afternoon game against the (also) first place White Sox, Tampa Bay slipped into the old “Devil Rays” unis from, err, way way back in the late 90s. Despite being a bit of a traditionalist when it comes to baseball uniforms, I’ve always secretly liked this set. But it really is odd […]

Dodgers Debut “City Connect” Unis

The Dodgers unveiled their “City Connect” uniforms Thursday morning, as Phil covered yesterday here. Last night, they took to the field for the first time in the mono-royal design in a game against the New York Mets. To me, there’s nothing particularly terrible about the design, but the Dodgers are just one of those […]