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As Jags Go Mono-Teal, Let’s Walk Around Their Stadium

Embed from Getty Images Uniform history was made during last night’s Dolphins/Jaguars game in Jacksonville, as the Jags went mono-teal for the first time ever. This might have looked okay, …

Should Games in Empty Stadiums Have Fake Crowd Noise?

Ten days ago I did a Q&A post about what the uni-verse might be like when North American team sports return to action. It included this passage: Since fans won’t …

Uni Watch Classics: How 9/11 Gave MLB ‘God Bless America’

Good morning! Things continue to be more or less fine here at Uni Watch HQ. I hope the same is true for you and those close to you. Yesterday I …

What Would It Be Like to Watch a Game Without a Crowd?

Click to enlarge As the coronavirus pandemic continues to wreak havoc around the world, there are increasing signs that sporting events taking place in empty arenas and stadiums — something …

Uni Watch Makes the Scene with MLB Radio Guys

Click to enlarge It was a hot time at the old ballyard last night, as I hand-delivered Uni Watch membership cards to (from left) Mets radio broadcaster Wayne Randazzo, Padres …

David Resnik Returns With ‘Stadiums For Ants’

By Phil Hecken Follow @PhilHecken Readers may recall I featured architecture student/ballpark model builder David Resnik on Uni Watch about a year and a half ago, in which David was …

Exclusive: The Man Who Brought ‘God Bless America’ to MLB Ballparks

As most of you surely know by now, the Yankees and Flyers have both distanced themselves in recent days from Kate Smith’s recording of “God Bless America.” When I mentioned …

It Was A Dark And Stormy Night

By Phil Hecken Follow @PhilHecken OK, maybe not quite stormy, but drizzly anyway. Since I didn’t have curling last night due to Presidents Week “break,” I was actually able to …

The End of Miller Time

News broke yesterday that the name of the Brewers’ stadium, which for the past two decades has been an ad for a brewery, will soon become an ad for an …

Some Naming Wrongs Are Wronger Than Others

Word came down last week that the Milwaukee Bucks’ new arena, set to open next month, will be named after an annoyingly spelled financial services company. That was disappointing, but …