Oh! Sweet Nuthin’: Reds Wear Minimalist 1912 Throwbacks

The Reds played the third of their 15 throwback games yesterday, turning back the clock to 1912. As you can see above, this uniform had a minimalist design, with nothing on the front of the jersey (although the cadet collar, which I really like, adds a bit of visual interest). The original 1912 version . . . → Read More: Oh! Sweet Nuthin’: Reds Wear Minimalist 1912 Throwbacks

Reds’ Throwback Program Moves from 1902 to 1911

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The Reds kicked off their epic 15-installment sesquicentennial throwback program over the weekend. They wore their 1902 throwbacks on Saturday (in case you missed it, Phil had full coverage of that yesterday), and yesterday they turned back the clock to their 1911 road design, . . . → Read More: Reds’ Throwback Program Moves from 1902 to 1911

Reds Begin Throwing Back - Starting With The 1902 Unis

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Last evening, the Cincinnati Reds began their 150th “Anniversary” celebration in earnest, breaking out the first of 15(!) throwback uniforms. Paul scooped this way back in November, when the Reds first announced their plans to showcase a multitude of uniforms from different eras in their history. Yesterday . . . → Read More: Reds Begin Throwing Back – Starting With The 1902 Unis

Lawyer’s Tweet Sparks False NFL Throwback Speculation

An odd little drama played out in the uni-verse yesterday. It was nominally about the NFL, the Vikings, and the 1920s franchise the Duluth Eskimos (whose old jersey design is shown above). But in the bigger picture, it was really about misinformation, speculation, and bad journalism.

It began when an intellectual property attorney named . . . → Read More: Lawyer’s Tweet Sparks False NFL Throwback Speculation