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A Seriously Weird NFL Facemask

When I was a kid, I spent hours poring over the book The Pros, which one of my brothers had purchased years earlier and left behind in our house after …

The NFL Logo’s Missing Link

With NFL season about to start, let's look at the NFL logo. Here's how it's evolved over the years. pic.twitter.com/PUuPfvi9sU — Paul Lukas (@UniWatch) September 6, 2016 In September of …

Charlie Finley Would’ve Been Proud (if he’d been born yet)

Last summer I did a post on Craig Brown’s excellent Threads of Our Game site, which aims to be a Dressed to the Nines-style database for pre-1900 baseball uniforms. Craig …

Bill Henderson wants your help for the Seventh Edition of the Game Worn MLB Jersey Guide

By Morris Levin Bill Henderson publishes the Game Worn MLB Jersey Guide. The most recent edition was the Sixth which he released in 2012. Bill catalogs and identifies every jersey …

Uni Watch Profiles: Jordi Kodrinsky, NBA Court Artist

[Editor’s Note: Today we have a piece from intern Mike Chamernik, who recently interviewed an NBA fan with a great online project. ”” PL] By Mike Chamernik About a year …

Let’s Look Back — WAY Back

We all love Dressed to the Nines. But if you’re seriously into old-timey baseball history, D2T9s has a serious limitation: It only goes back to 1901. Nobody has come up …

Two of a Kind

Click to enlarge Big uni-centric summit meeting last night at Katz’s Deli, as SportsLogos.net honcho Chris Creamer (left) and I had a high-stakes sit-down over pastrami and pickles. We talked …

He Shoots, He Score(board)s!

Like many of you, I’ve always had a certain fascination with scoreboards. So I was pretty jazzed when Reader Cory Gibson-Bath recent tipped me wise to a new site devoted …

Uni Watch Profiles: Skye of @Uniformswag

At some point over the winter — I think around December or maybe early January — an increasing number of readers started sending me Ticker submissions in the form of …

Uni Watch Profiles: Chris Creamer

I may have been the first writer to cover uniforms and logos as a legitimate journalism beat, but there were several web-based pioneers who were obsessively documenting the uni and …