The Story Behind Team Israel’s ‘Jew Crew’ T-Shirt

[Today we have a guest article by Mickel Yantz, who’s going to tell us about an excellent WBC-related project he’s been involved with. ”” PL]

By Mickel Yantz

For a couple of years I’ve been a freelance artist for an Arizona-based company called Americas Finest Apparel, creating unique sports-themed shirts. Most of them feature . . . → Read More: The Story Behind Team Israel’s ‘Jew Crew’ T-Shirt

Time To Change (And A New Design Contest)

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By Phil Hecken, with Jimmer Vilk

I have to admit, for some strange reason, I’ve become fascinated with the World Baseball Classic this past week — I watched at least parts of every game (some of them ending way past my bedtime, or beginning well before sunrise). Perhaps I missed baseball even . . . → Read More: Time To Change (And A New Design Contest)

A Look At The 2017 World Baseball Classic

By Phil Hecken

It’s baaaaack. OK, so it doesn’t quite have the panache of the Olympics or the cachet of Soccer’s World Cup, but the 2017 World Baseball Classic is set to begin this week. The action gets going as games begin on March 6 in Seoul, South Korea, for the first round. Sixteen . . . → Read More: A Look At The 2017 World Baseball Classic

The World Cup, It Is Not

By Phil Hecken

Unbeknownst to probably a good number of Uni Watch readers, there is a pretty big, somewhat important, international competition taking place (it started with 16 qualifying teams, on two continents in four countries), but few of us seem to care, much less watch — the 2013 World Baseball Classic. It’s still . . . → Read More: The World Cup, It Is Not