Yanks Do Really Simple Thing They’ve Never Done Before

2021 continues to be a banner year for MLB memorial patches, as a social media photo of pitcher Gerrit Cole revealed the team’s new “16” memorial for Whitey Ford.

As you may recall, Ford died on Oct. 8. The Yanks added a “16” sleeve memorial for him the following day and then were promptly . . . → Read More: Yanks Do Really Simple Thing They’ve Never Done Before

Flurry of NHL Uni-Related Moves as Season Begins

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The NHL season finally began last night. In a move that got no advance fanfare, at least that I’m aware of, the defending Stanley Cup champs, the Lightning, wore a championship banner-themed jersey patch for their opening game. I couldn’t find a good close-up . . . → Read More: Flurry of NHL Uni-Related Moves as Season Gets Under Way

Less Is More: A Look at the NBA’s Ad-Free Three

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The 2020-21 NBA season tips off one week from today (I know, it’s crazy — feels like we were just crowning the Lakers), and preseason games have now begun. And lo and behold, those preseason contests have revealed something magnificent: Three teams — the Bucks, Kings, and . . . → Read More: Less Is More: A Look at the NBA’s Ad-Free Three

Uni Quirks Bring Down Curtain on 2020 MLB Season

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It happened! Blake Snell started Game Six of the World Series last night for the Rays, and then the Dodgers brought in Julio Urías to pitch in the top of the seventh inning. That created a situation that I’m pretty sure had never happened before: a World . . . → Read More: Uni Quirks Bring Down Curtain on 2020 MLB Season