In today’s Ticker: A previously unseen Twins logo, an NFL quarterback has a “Whoops!” jersey moment, and more.
- Some new stadium renovations for the Guardians. (From Kary Klismet)
- Two notes about the Twins: First, they appear to have a new roundel logo that was not previously announced. And second, they announced their latest international signees by having them wear red “Minnesota” jerseys made by Rawlings — a strange choice. Turns out they did the same thing last year. (From Jim Tischler and Jon Pehler, respectively)
- Brutal: New black-on-black batting helmets for Oakland University.
- The Jags will go white over black for this Saturday’s playoff game in KC. (From @Maida904)
- Bengals QB Joe Burrow, who wears No. 9, mistakenly wore teammate Brandon Allen’s No. 8 jersey for his post-practice presser yesterday. (Thanks to all who shared)
- Five NFL teams will host overseas home games next season.
- The NAHL’s Maryland Black Bears will wear Old Bay-themed uniforms on Jan. 28.
- Canada: Wade Heidt notes approvingly that the Vancouver Whitecaps’ shirts are currently ad-free, at least for now. That photo is from their first preseason match.
- Germany: Berliner FC Dynamo, one of the leading East German men’s teams, who now play in the German men’s fourth tier, apparently want to go back to their East Germany-era crest. (Thanks, Jamie)
- Peru: New home shirt for Sport Boys Association. (From Ed Zelaski)
- NASCAR has made changes to its underwear and sock regulations. (From Chris Hickey)
- Very subtle redesign for Wikipedia.
- Rutland High School in Vermont, which retired its “Raiders” team name last year, has decided to go without a team name and simply call its teams “Rutland.” (From Kary Klismet)
- With George Washington University scrapping its “Colonials” team name, there had been talk of replacing it with “Hippos.” But that won’t be happening. (From Anthony Meo)