The patch shown at right was used to celebrate the NFL’s 50th anniversary in 1969. Teams wore it on their shoulders.
It’s a great logo — simple, effective, attractive, a great riff on the league logo. And now that it’s nearly 50 years later, with the NFL’s 100th season set to unfold next year, . . . → Read More: NFL Unveils Crummy Centennial Logo That You’ll Soon Be Very Sick Of
The NBA season tipped off yesterday, and two teams decided to mark the occasion by becoming the latest clubs to hop on the corporate uni-advertising bandwagon.
First up are the Bulls. In keeping with our established policy, I will neither show their patch nor name their advertiser, but I will show that a Bulls . . . → Read More: NBA Season Tips Off With an Ad-Clad Thud
I think we can all agree that this year’s MLB Postseason patch looks like shite. (For that matter, I hope most of us can also agree that the very idea of a postseason patch is unnecessary and that they should just stick to World Series patches.) But A’s pitcher Fernando Rodney somehow found a . . . → Read More: Wild Card Report Card
Notice anything different about this photo of Cleveland shortstop Francisco Lindor (shown above), which was taken during last night’s Indians/Jays game in Toronto?
If you’re an adept uni-watcher, you probably noticed that the Chief Wahoo patch, which usually appears on the left sleeve of Cleveland’s road greys, is missing from Lindor’s jersey. And it . . . → Read More: Indians Remove Wahoo From Uniforms for Toronto Series