I was recently tagged in a Twitter thread in which a guy named Spencer Heffernan claimed that his father, Mark Heffernan, had designed the uniforms that the Cleveland Cavaliers wore from 1999 through 2003 (shown above). That was the uni set that replaced the . . . → Read More: EXCLUSIVE: The Untold Story Behind the Cavs’ 1990s Uniforms
Back in April, nine days after the Patriots unveiled their new uniform set, I broke the exclusive news that they had considered adding silver/grey pants as an option to be worn with the blue home jersey (instead of wearing blue pants to go mono-blue). The pants were . . . → Read More: EXCLUSIVE: Collector Snags Grey Pats Prototype Pants
As you know, they Reds are celebrating their sesquicentennial with 15 throwbacks this season. But longtime reader/contributor Bruce “BSmile” Menard has come up with an old Reds uni that wasn’t on anyone’s radar, and it appears to be a major historical find.
You probably know about the gonzo trumpet-themed uniforms that the Blues were going to wear until GM/coach Mike Keenan supposedly nixed them (although that story may be apocryphal). You might also be familiar with the original prototype jerseys that were worn by Blues execs Lynn Patrick and Sid Salomon III when the team’s NHL . . . → Read More: Silver in St. Louis: Unseen (by me) Blues Prototype Emerges