Can the Glow-in-the-Dark Uni Be Far Behind?

Surprising news from the NBA last night, as reports began filtering out that the league will allow, or maybe even encourage, players on the Heat and Nets to wear nicknames on their jerseys for one game this season. (There’s an additional article here.)

This wouldn’t be the first time we’ve seen nickNOBs on basketball uniforms, . . . → Read More: Can the Glow-in-the-Dark Uni Be Far Behind?

Braves NickNOBs, Continued

[Editor’s Note: For the first two installments in this series, look here and here.]

Well well well, look what we have here — Jimmy Wynn in nickNOB mode. I recently obtained that photo from the Braves. It’s the only color image of their 1976 nickNOBs I’ve ever seen. Unfortunately, they have only one other . . . → Read More: Braves NickNOBs, Continued

Braves NickNOBs Revisited

Last Tuesday’s entry, about the 1976 Braves’ nickNOBs, generated lots of very positive response (thanks, gang) and some good suggestions as well, so it’s time for a follow-up.

First and foremost, regarding the question of whether Jerry Royster ever wore “Rooster” in addition to “J.Bird” (we have photographic evidence for the latter but not . . . → Read More: Braves NickNOBs Revisited

NickNOBs and Snow Jobs: A Closer Look at the ’76 Braves

. One of my recent ESPN columns, which was about RNOBs and nickNOBs, included a table that listed a selection of nickNOBs from the past 45 years or so. One player on the list was Braves infielder Jerry Royster, who wore “Rooster” in 1976. Or at least that’s what I’ve always thought — that . . . → Read More: NickNOBs and Snow Jobs: A Closer Look at the ’76 Braves