Timelessly Representing the Cleveland Major League Ballclub

By Morris Levin

Phil Hecken reviewed new identities for Cleveland’s Major League Baseball franchise in March 2012. At a reader’s suggestion, Phil initiated a contest to rename the club and solicited reader submissions. This is the full gallery in LI Phil’s collection. Cleveland Frowns picked up this site’s discussion and explored the sambo caricature . . . → Read More: Timelessly Representing the Cleveland Major League Ballclub

This is Not the Hockey Jersey Advertising You Are Looking For

By Morris Levin

Corporate advertising on game jerseys is an active discussion on this site. Paul and others explored rationales against advertising in April 2012. Paul covered the July 2012 announcement of the NBA’s intention to begin jersey advertising.

Advocating for NFL, NBA, NHL, and MLB game uniforms to remain advertising free, Paul wrote . . . → Read More: This is Not the Hockey Jersey Advertising You Are Looking For

It was the 90s and Mitchell & Ness Made MLB Hebrew Hats

By Morris Levin

The National Museum of American Jewish History here in Philadelphia is currently engaged in a public collecting project for the forthcoming baseball exhibition, “Chasing Dreams: Baseball and Jews in America.” The exhibit will open in March 2014 and run for the duration of baseball season. Museum curatorial staff initiated this public . . . → Read More: It was the 90s and Mitchell & Ness Made MLB Hebrew Hats

'Kind of Blue Views from Elysian Fields'

By Morris Levin

“Kind of Blue Views from Elysian Fields”

The St. Louis Cardinals are celebrating the thirtieth anniversary of their 1982 World Series championship. The Cardinals had defeated the Brewers in seven-games in 1982, and with the team in town earlier this month, the Cardinals made a weekend of it. For the Sunday . . . → Read More: ‘Kind of Blue Views from Elysian Fields’