MLB Celebrates Jackie Robinson’s 75th Anniversary of Breaking Color Barrier

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A good Saturday morning to you, Uni Watchers. I hope you all had a pleasant week.

As you’re all no doubt aware, yesterday marked the 75th Anniversary of one Jack Roosevelt Robinson playing his first game for the Brooklyn Dodgers, becoming the first Black athlete in the […]

Monday Morning Uni Watch

Yesterday was the day we honored the centennial of the Titanic’s sinking by wearing Ron Hodges’s uniform number, which turned out to be such a stirring tribute that the IRS decided to give everyone two extra days to file their taxes. See how everything fits together?

Seriously, I love Jackie Day, which I think […]

U.S. vs The World — Are Jersey Ads Simply a Function of Design?

[Ed. Note: Got an E-mail from reader Caleb Borchers earlier in the week about a topic which has been getting some *airtime* on Uni Watch lately — ads on jerseys. He has a theory on why they’re more commonplace in areas not named the United States, and how a simple design element makes ads […]