The Uni Hyphen: How a Little Mark Can Make a Big Difference

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Mets prospect Pete Crow-Armstrong — the 19th overall pick in last year’s MLB draft — made his Grapefruit League debut yesterday. There was lots of chatter about his plus-sized NOB, how they should have used compressed lettering, blah-blan-blah.

But you know what really stood out to me? […]

Letter-Imperfect: Giants Botch New Uni Element

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— SFGiants (@SFGiants) February 23, 2021

We’ve known for several months now that the Giants would be wearing NOBs on their home jerseys in 2021 — the first time they’ve done so since moving into their current ballpark in 2000. Yesterday they gave […]

Trivia Topic: 2 Players with Same Team, Name & Number

Happy Presidents Day, and greetings from Uni Watch HQ, where I’m happy to report that all three inhabitants continue to be safe and well. Hope things are also good at your home.

Reader Andrew Fallon recently pointed out something interesting: Kemba Walker currently wears No. 8 for the Celtics (above left), and Antoine Walker […]

A Uni Watch Look at the 1972 Liberty Bowl

Longtime reader/pal Jim Vilk was recently watching the 1972 Liberty Bowl on YouTube and noticed that the game featured an unusually large number of uni-notable details (plus it was a good-looking uni matchup), so we’re going to take a look at that today. You can see the first part of the broadcast embedded above, […]