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Fashion On The PGA Tour

[Editor’s Note: Paul is on his annual August break from site. Deputy editor Phil Hecken is in charge from now through the end of the month, although Paul is still …

A Look at the Masters Logo’s Many Inconsistencies

[Editor’s Note: Today we have a guest entry from longtime Uni Watch reader and ally Marty Buccafusco, who’s done a deep dive on the surprising level of disarray in one …

Astros Throw Back To ‘Killer B’ Era

By John Ekdahl The Houston Astros celebrated their 1997 NL Central division-winning team last night, with Craig Biggio and Jeff Bagwell in attendance. Larry Dierker, who managed the team, threw …

Tee Time

I’ve been trying to mix things up a bit with my weekly Friday Flashback columns on ESPN. Last week, for example, I looked at boxing — a sport I rarely …

Woodland Drops Trou, Golf World Gets Cheap Thrill

Some PGA follies at the Honda Classic yesterday, as pro golfer Gary Woodland had to remove his pants in order to take a shot while standing in a water hazard. …

Cross-sport Uni Watching, NFL & Golf Edition

Click to enlarge By Phil Hecken When Paul went on his annual August sabbatical, you guys will recall I had asked readers if they’d like to pitch stories to me …

A Look at the U.S. Open Volunteer Uniform

[Editor’s Note: Today we have a guest entry from Curtis Black, who’s going to be volunteering at the U.S. Open golf tournament next month at Chambers Bay in Tacoma, Washington. …

Super Bowl(ing Shirts)

Click to enlarge I love bowling. I also love collecting things. Occasionally these two passions overlap — I have a small collection of bowling instructional LPs, for example. I also …

The Latest Example of How Uniform Ads Just Cause Problems

I have a new ESPN column today, about Nike and the NFL — check it out here. Meanwhile: Very interesting storyline from the golf world yesterday, as a group of …

Tampa Bay Wearing “Fauxbacks” Today Against Cubs

By John Ekdahl Tampa Bay will wear their “fauxbacks” against the Cubs today. At least one sports commentator is not amused: ESPN’s Keith Olbermann, who is friends with Sternberg, nevertheless …