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Uni Watch News Ticker for July 28, 2022

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Today in the Ticker: Eagles coach Nick Sirianni’s odd T-shirts, Max Scherzer’s thoughts on PitchCom, and a lot more.



  • Paul is quoted in this analysis piece about MLB adopting uniform advertisements. (From Phil)
  • The Blue Jays reposted a fan’s TikTok that showed him building a Rubik’s Cube portrait of RF George Springer. (From Andreas Papadopoulos)
  • Golden State Warriors G Steph Curry visited the A’s stadium the other day for a charitable event with the Eat Learn Play Foundation, and the team gave Curry a custom jersey that included a green-and-gold sleeve patch with the foundation’s logo. (From @OakStadiumWatch)
  • Mets P Max Scherzer thinks the PitchCom system should be banned.
  • Speaking of the Mets, owner Steve Cohen is lobbying to get a casino built across the street from the team’s ballpark.


  • The Winnipeg Goldeyes of the independent American Association of Professional Baseball wore bacon-themed uniforms on Tuesday. (From @mrbh204)




  • New logos for the Canadian Junior Football League and one of the league’s conferences, the Prairie Football Conference. (From Wade Heidt)


Grab Bag
  • Port Adelaide — an Australian Rules Football club that will begin play as an expansion team in AFL Women next season — has unveiled their primary guernseys for their inaugural campaign. (From our own Jamie Rathjen)
  • RPS Online —  a new online school in the Rochester School District in Minnesota —has selected “Chargers” as a team name as a way to build school culture among students. (From Kary Klismet)
  • 7-Eleven is launching an apparel line featuring the logos of some of its favorite snacks. (From John Cerone)
  • A former minor league baseball stadium in Grand Prairie, Texas, is being transformed into a cricket pitch. The stadium will soon host Major League Cricket and will serve as the home for the USA Cricket National Teams. (From Scott Rogers)
  • The blog explores the de-colorization of everyday life and objects. (Also from Scott Rogers)
  • During their 1979 tour, members of ABBA wore jerseys or team attire based on the city in which they were performing. (From Aaron Pinto)
  • The Navy will conduct a fit-test survey among female sailors in Norfolk, Va., with the hopes of designing better-fitting uniforms for women. (From Timmy Donahue)
  • Sprite is changing its plastic bottles from green to clear, a move that will make them more recyclable. (From Wes McKinzie)
Comments (12)

    When “Abba” hits the road this Fall as holograms they can probably switch out their costumes to cater to every city they visit.

    Just go ahead and sell the team name while we are at it. The Boston Red Sox presented by Mass Mutual or some other nonsense.

    The very sad part in this the loss for the fans. Thought about it a lot with the CBA negotiations that MLB just had and some of the non-monetary proposals that each side were arguing about were things that I wasn’t even interested in seeing in the sport.

    It seems that MLB and the MLBPA don’t have any idea about what makes their sport great.

    Question: If the guardian caps can reduce impacts up to 20% (as stated by the NFL), why the players don’t wear it all the time? How do they justify to remove this protection on game-day?

    Ads in the end zones. Hadn’t thought of that. I bet you’re going to see that soon. And even, say teams referred to as “The New York Mets Presented by (name) as their “official” designation. You wait and see.

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