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Hey, Almost Time For Slow-Pitch!

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Looks like this fine specimen is getting ready for some good times on the diamond, too. I usually dig out my glove in February or March to see if my rotator cuff has healed over the winter. I know rotator cuffs in general take a good deal of time to recover, so I’m really holding out hope for this 10th year.

Anyway, our team should be … hold on … what? That’s Nick Johnson? Oh, OK, cool. Our team is full though, so he’ll have to just be a sub. Get his number.

OK, back to the squad — we should be pretty salty this year, what with Dave coming back from that triple bypass and … hang on again. Yeah, I know — Nick Johnson. Good for him. Wait, didn’t the Yankees used to have a guy named Nick Johnson? Oh, that’s the same guy? Geez, what happened to him?

Wow … that look may work for the Nats, but he’ll have to get some pants and a shave to play for us.

But get his number anyway, just in case the baseball thing doesn’t work out. And you know we’re gonna need a sub at some point. — Bryan  

 

130 comments to Hey, Almost Time For Slow-Pitch!

  • Glenn | February 16, 2008 at 7:22 am |

    That’s Nick Johnson? He’s looking more like Randy Hickey these days.

  • LI Phil | February 16, 2008 at 7:33 am |

    nick johnson begat javier vazquez who begat the large unit who begat…jose vizcaino and an old shoe

    that trade worked well for all involved

  • LI Phil | February 16, 2008 at 7:50 am |

    how silly of me to assume all the pink-apparelled youth in the rookie game were so decked because of some loftier goal

    when, in fact, it appears, as Mr. Engle suggested late last night, they’re all just lifesized billboards for a phone service provider

    my bad

  • Stuby | February 16, 2008 at 7:56 am |

    Bryan, I thought for sure you would lead with something like this today. Thank you, though, because I would much rather think about baseball than T.O. wearing argyle.

  • NateL | February 16, 2008 at 8:40 am |

    As an avid fan of argyle, I LOVE the celebrity game jerseys! Fantastic work by the NBA.

  • Brendan | February 16, 2008 at 9:03 am |

    I think those argyle jerseys are going to be things like the Phoenix Coyotes’ old jerseys: they might seem cool at the time, but in 10 years they will just be ridiculous.

    That being said, I like them. Teal/aqua and purple is one of my favorite color combos.

  • Brian F. | February 16, 2008 at 9:50 am |

    I don’t have any photos, but last night at the North Dakota v. Denver college hockey game there was another incidence of a referee losing his uniform. The head official, Marco Hunt, was wearing one of the linesman’s uniforms with some orange armbands. Because that linesman didn’t have his uniform, the two linesmen had to wear their warm-up jackets for the game. I found it comical when some of the fans were yelling at Hunt using the wrong name, since it still said ‘Freeman’ on his back…must have been a nice escape for him.

  • S. Bennett | February 16, 2008 at 11:07 am |

    [quote comment=”226066″]I think those argyle jerseys are going to be things like the Phoenix Coyotes’ old jerseys: they might seem cool at the time, but in 10 years they will just be ridiculous.
    [/quote]

    The argyle celeb unis look great as a one off They might look silly in 10 years, but so what? If they do, change ’em up.

    Those Phoenix sweaters NEVER looked good.

    SB

  • Brendan | February 16, 2008 at 11:25 am |

    [quote comment=”226116″][quote comment=”226066″]I think those argyle jerseys are going to be things like the Phoenix Coyotes’ old jerseys: they might seem cool at the time, but in 10 years they will just be ridiculous.
    [/quote]

    The argyle celeb unis look great as a one off They might look silly in 10 years, but so what? If they do, change ’em up.

    Those Phoenix sweaters NEVER looked good.

    SB[/quote]

    Someone must have thought they were a good idea at the time.

  • The Hemogoblin | February 16, 2008 at 11:26 am |

    [quote comment=”226116″][quote comment=”226066″]I think those argyle jerseys are going to be things like the Phoenix Coyotes’ old jerseys: they might seem cool at the time, but in 10 years they will just be ridiculous.
    [/quote]

    The argyle celeb unis look great as a one off They might look silly in 10 years, but so what? If they do, change ’em up.

    Those Phoenix sweaters NEVER looked good.

    SB[/quote]

    Who do you think you are? Those things were fantastic. Of course, having Khabibulin in goal made those look better. When he held out, all of a sudden, they got really ugly.

  • Joe "BC" Johnson | February 16, 2008 at 11:27 am |

    What a shitty open thread post, as usual.

    Paul: FIRE THIS DBAG.

  • Dom | February 16, 2008 at 11:28 am |

    The celeb game got the old NBA balls

    http://www.nba.com/g...

  • Terri | February 16, 2008 at 11:32 am |

    [quote comment=”226124″]What a shitty open thread post, as usual.

    Paul: FIRE THIS DBAG.[/quote]

    um…sorry you don’t like it, but that’s just unecessary

  • Scott | February 16, 2008 at 11:34 am |

    [quote comment=”226124″]What a shitty open thread post, as usual.

    Paul: FIRE THIS DBAG.[/quote]

    Seriously? I’m afraid you’re the only one looking like a dbag at this point.

  • S. Bennett | February 16, 2008 at 11:37 am |

    Someone must have thought they were a good idea at the time.[/quote]

    Same people that thought their first sweater was a good idea. The same people who thought hockey in Phoenix was a good idea…

    SB

  • The Hemogoblin | February 16, 2008 at 11:41 am |

    [quote comment=”226124″]What a shitty open thread post, as usual.

    Paul: FIRE THIS DBAG.[/quote]

    It’s a Saturday, first off.

    Second off, the blog’s not meant for conversation, it’s just here so that Paul and Brian can sift through the comments to find things easier than going through 600 comments on the Friday blog.

    Lastly, he does a damn good job with this.

  • Bryan Redemske | February 16, 2008 at 11:43 am |

    [quote comment=”226124″]What a shitty open thread post, as usual.

    Paul: FIRE THIS DBAG.[/quote]

    Wow … starting early today.

  • Stuby | February 16, 2008 at 11:43 am |

    [quote comment=”226127″]The celeb game got the old NBA balls

    http://www.nba.com/g...
    I thought the kids in Nicaragua would be playing streetball with them by now, while sporting their Patriots 19-0 T-Shirts.

  • The Hemogoblin | February 16, 2008 at 11:46 am |

    [quote comment=”226134″][quote comment=”226124″]What a shitty open thread post, as usual.

    Paul: FIRE THIS DBAG.[/quote]

    Wow … starting early today.[/quote]

    You should feel loved

  • concealed78 | February 16, 2008 at 12:19 pm |

    [quote comment=”226124″]What a shitty open thread post, as usual.

    Paul: FIRE THIS DBAG.[/quote]

    I’m gonna have to agree with this. I was about to say “what the hell is Bryan talking about??” since some of us don’t live on the East Coast. I didn’t like Vince’s Cleveland-heavy posts, but these just seem to lack detail and have no direction.

  • LI Phil | February 16, 2008 at 12:19 pm |

    [quote comment=”226124″]What a shitty open thread post, as usual.

    Paul: FIRE THIS DBAG.[/quote]

    here’s a thought…why don’t YOU write something for the blog…then, when you do…we can rip YOU a new asshole

    i thought the nick johnson photo was funny, in a scary kind of way…and at least the post was on BASEBALL

    bryan hit a homerun with his piece on man u last sunday!

    but hey…your little rip will get more comments than his whole post topic, so i guess you win

    yuo get two cookies

  • Juan Grande | February 16, 2008 at 12:22 pm |

    Ok, we have Nick Johnson but where is Drew Henson? Who else can we add to the “Next Great White Hope” for the Yankees that never panned out? I’ll add Kevin Brown to the list too.

  • James Craven | February 16, 2008 at 12:31 pm |

    Mr. Johnson, please go back to BC.

    One Million B. C. to be exact.

    And while you’re at it, lighten up…we’re talking uniforms, not personal attacks here.

  • Stuby | February 16, 2008 at 12:33 pm |

    [quote comment=”226153″]Ok, we have Nick Johnson but where is Drew Henson? Who else can we add to the “Next Great White Hope” for the Yankees that never panned out? I’ll add Kevin Brown to the list too.[/quote]
    Kevin Maas

  • LI Phil | February 16, 2008 at 12:41 pm |

    [quote] Who else can we add to the “Next Great White Hope” for the Yankees[/quote]

    joba, ian, the yankee clippard, karstens, rasner, and phil hughes

    someone’s gotta work out, right?

  • Juan Grande | February 16, 2008 at 12:43 pm |

    [quote comment=”226157″][quote comment=”226153″]Ok, we have Nick Johnson but where is Drew Henson? Who else can we add to the “Next Great White Hope” for the Yankees that never panned out? I’ll add Kevin Brown to the list too.[/quote]
    Kevin Maas[/quote]

    I forgot about him! Another question for everyone, should Nick Johnson shave his head or go for the Captain Combover look?

  • ARRR | February 16, 2008 at 12:44 pm |

    [quote comment=”226160″][quote] Who else can we add to the “Next Great White Hope” for the Yankees[/quote]

    joba, ian, the yankee clippard, karstens, rasner, and phil hughes

    someone’s gotta work out, right?[/quote]
    Joba is a native indian.

  • Stuby | February 16, 2008 at 12:51 pm |

    [quote comment=”226160″][quote] Who else can we add to the “Next Great White Hope” for the Yankees[/quote]

    joba, ian, the yankee clippard, karstens, rasner, and phil hughes

    someone’s gotta work out, right?[/quote]
    Whatever happened to that Jay Buhner guy? :^J

  • LI Phil | February 16, 2008 at 12:55 pm |

    [quote comment=”226165″]Whatever happened to that Jay Buhner guy? :^J[/quote]

    don’t you mean ken phelps?

  • =bg= | February 16, 2008 at 1:02 pm |

    [quote comment=”226124″]What a shitty open thread post, as usual.

    Paul: FIRE THIS DBAG.[/quote]

    There’s a classy attitude, yes sir. Nice.

  • Jon in SLC | February 16, 2008 at 1:05 pm |

    [quote comment=”226124″]What a shitty open thread post, as usual.

    Paul: FIRE THIS DBAG.[/quote]

    I haven’t had much time to comment lately, but I read the blog everyday and as many comments as I have time for. I for one really like Bryan contributions and today was no exception. Keep up the good work Bryan.

  • Matt Camino | February 16, 2008 at 1:07 pm |

    Now that Bonds is gone the other Barry (Zito) has decided that the giants can have fun this season:

    http://sanfrancisco....

  • Terri | February 16, 2008 at 1:12 pm |

    [quote comment=”226175″]Now that Bonds is gone the other Barry (Zito) has decided that the giants can have fun this season:

    http://sanfrancisco....

    Does it make anyone else sad that the article has to give a detailed explanation as to what stirrups are because “younger players may not know what stirrup socks are” ?

  • David | February 16, 2008 at 1:20 pm |

    [quote comment=”226153″]Ok, we have Nick Johnson but where is Drew Henson? Who else can we add to the “Next Great White Hope” for the Yankees that never panned out? I’ll add Kevin Brown to the list too.[/quote]

    http://en.wikipedia....

    It is kind of funny, he could still be puttering around in the minors making six figures based on name and “potential”.

  • Stuby | February 16, 2008 at 1:29 pm |

    [quote comment=”226168″][quote comment=”226165″]Whatever happened to that Jay Buhner guy? :^J[/quote]

    don’t you mean ken phelps?[/quote]
    Didn’t they also trade Willie McGee and Fred McGriff for a bag of baseballs and a couple of fungo bats?

  • Cowboy7130 | February 16, 2008 at 1:34 pm |

    Joe Torre wins the first battle of the “Old Joes in New Places” Competition. Torre looked classic in the old-school Dodgers New Era 5950 cap on his first day on the job. Joe Girardi, younger and perhaps more forward thinking, looked much less managerial in one of the spring-training/BP New Era 3930, the cap that all the players, coaches, managers, GMs, and those of us that Get It, hate.

    http://losangeles.do...

    http://newyork.yanke...

  • Cowboy7130 | February 16, 2008 at 1:38 pm |

    … although even one of those crappy 3930’s would look better than the top of Nick Johnson’s balding head …

  • Jordan Pope | February 16, 2008 at 1:58 pm |

    the only good thing about the celebrity all star game was that they would go perfect with my Air Jordan Aqua VIII

  • spencer | February 16, 2008 at 2:03 pm |

    How could you not post a pic of the awesome jerseys in the celebrity game last night, those were the shit.

    The original phoenix coyotes jerseys looked awesome and they should go back to them.

  • Nate Gruz | February 16, 2008 at 2:05 pm |

    I have literally no idea what today’s post is about. Is it making fun of Nick Johnson? Because he looks kind of haggard and chunky (first baseman) or because he had a receding hairline (Kevin Youkilis, Cal Ripken, Jr.)? Is it because he’s wearing shorts (it’s Spring Training for cryin’ out loud)? Is it a statement on the physical un-fitness of common baseball player (boy, that’s a novel concept)? This isn’t meant to be snarky, I really don’t know what you’re talking about. Wait, are you saying Nick Johnson’s old (29)? Or that he just looks old? I don’t get it!

  • Pete | February 16, 2008 at 2:16 pm |

    Obviously the only people who think this is not a funny picture and write-up also are slobby, balding people. Do not be so sensitive and stop taking out your insecurities over being a bald loser out on Bryan. Nick Johnson looks like the brother from My Name is Earl, and that is funny.

  • Marc | February 16, 2008 at 2:23 pm |

    [quote comment=”226202″]Obviously the only people who think this is not a funny picture and write-up also are slobby, balding people. Do not be so sensitive and stop taking out your insecurities over being a bald loser out on Bryan. Nick Johnson looks like the brother from My Name is Earl, and that is funny.[/quote]

    agreed.. funny picture. But this is Uni Watch, and while i think Bryan is a great writer, this one makes no sense. Nick Johnson is attempting to come back from maybe the worst injury a baseball player can have ; A Broken Leg. The opening article had no mention of anything uni-related, which Paul stresses daily. While i enjoy the underlying softball mention, id rather see a lead pic of the All-Star uni’s and them being praised / bashed. OR a pic of Sean Williams giving LaMarcus ALdridge the finger after the game last night. SOMETHING

  • Marc | February 16, 2008 at 2:28 pm |

    Nice to see RIchard Zednik out of the hospital..and at least we know where him and his wife’s clothing allegiances lie. FEAR THE TRIPLE LINES!

    and why didnt anyone ever mention his wife is hot?

    http://media.msnbc.c...

  • Stuby | February 16, 2008 at 2:37 pm |

    I can’t believe there are so many of you out there who have taken such offense to the recent weekend entries and feel it necessary to bash the author. My God, if you want to start a discussion about something else, then do that.

  • LI Phil | February 16, 2008 at 2:54 pm |

    [quote]why didnt anyone ever mention his wife is hot?[/quote]

    aren’t all puck wives hawt? isn’t that like some sort of law or regulation or something? pretty much works that way for most sports wives

    or at least the ones after the starter wives

  • todd krevanchi | February 16, 2008 at 2:58 pm |

    i posted this on 12/10 of last year and it seems it might be time to post it again. although every bit of its content may not be relevent, the basic framework is…

    as far as bryan goes. i honestly couldnt believe the aggressiveness and attacking posts toward him this weekend.

    one of the reasons why i love this blog outside of its content is that everyone is very respectful of each other and there was really no flaming here.

    guys, this isnt high school, and bryan isnt a substitute teacher. he should be given the same amount of respect as we afford PL and each other here.

    yes, you only see the weekend posts that he puts together, but as someone who has written a post for PL, and who has done a fair amount of research for different contributions over the last 4 or 5 years (yes, prior to the blog), i can attest that the majority of what he does goes unnoticed.

    its a tiring and thankless job, and we see the fruits of his work virtually every day in the content that PL writes about.

    my opinion differs from PL’s, Vince’s, Bryan’s, and many of the readers here on many topics.

    i dont mind purple, i love nike, for some colors, monochrome football uni’s look great, and i like the baggy pants look in baseball.

    im here because i have the same interest in a certain minutae/genre as PL, Vince, Bryan, and every other reader, not because i have the same opinion on that minutae/genre as everyone else.

  • LI Phil | February 16, 2008 at 3:07 pm |

    i think we have a new case of copyright infringement…it seems that the swoosh may have a case against the 3 stripes

  • Terri | February 16, 2008 at 3:17 pm |

    [quote comment=”226207″]Nice to see RIchard Zednik out of the hospital..and at least we know where him and his wife’s clothing allegiances lie. FEAR THE TRIPLE LINES!

    and why didnt anyone ever mention his wife is hot?

    http://media.msnbc.c...

    that is gonna be a freakin’ awesome scar…

  • =bg= | February 16, 2008 at 3:24 pm |

    Check this:
    http://fleersticker....

    It was brought up here awhile ago—but check this thing out again. Newly updated it would seem. Well worth it.

  • Hal | February 16, 2008 at 3:34 pm |

    [quote comment=”226217″]i posted this on 12/10 of last year and it seems it might be time to post it again. although every bit of its content may not be relevent, the basic framework is…

    as far as bryan goes. i honestly couldnt believe the aggressiveness and attacking posts toward him this weekend.

    one of the reasons why i love this blog outside of its content is that everyone is very respectful of each other and there was really no flaming here.

    guys, this isnt high school, and bryan isnt a substitute teacher. he should be given the same amount of respect as we afford PL and each other here.

    yes, you only see the weekend posts that he puts together, but as someone who has written a post for PL, and who has done a fair amount of research for different contributions over the last 4 or 5 years (yes, prior to the blog), i can attest that the majority of what he does goes unnoticed.

    its a tiring and thankless job, and we see the fruits of his work virtually every day in the content that PL writes about.

    my opinion differs from PL’s, Vince’s, Bryan’s, and many of the readers here on many topics.

    i dont mind purple, i love nike, for some colors, monochrome football uni’s look great, and i like the baggy pants look in baseball.

    im here because i have the same interest in a certain minutae/genre as PL, Vince, Bryan, and every other reader, not because i have the same opinion on that minutae/genre as everyone else.[/quote]

    I could also add, I don’t recall that Joe “BC” Johnson is paying to read the posts.

    Thinking before posting is always a good strategy.

  • Stan aka the took | February 16, 2008 at 3:46 pm |

    Hot Damn… according to wiki Nick is 29 and he’s already balding… thank God men in my family have good hair genes.

    In other news:

    http://sports.espn.g...

    Very interesting article about Alcorn State and their lack of funding and how they wear mixed up uniforms and basically live on what big schools go through for one game.

  • Ross | February 16, 2008 at 3:46 pm |

    the post was hilarious, keep it going

  • Jeremy B. | February 16, 2008 at 3:46 pm |

    uniwatch news – i am watching the uga ut bball game and a uga player (barnes) just had his jersey ripped off. afterward, he goes over to the stands, finishes ripping it off, and throws into the stands. awesome. he is now on the bench in a shooters shirt waiting for a new jersey.

  • Jeremy B. | February 16, 2008 at 3:49 pm |

    barnes is now back into the uga/ut game with a new jersey with nnob.

  • Derek | February 16, 2008 at 3:58 pm |

    [quote comment=”226221″]i think we have a new case of copyright infringement…it seems that the swoosh may have a case against the 3 stripes[/quote]

    The girls face in that last pic is ABSOLUTELY PRICELESS. You may not care but I am in the library “trying” to study and that pic made me laugh out loud and disrupt a whole aisle of people, it was amazing!

  • Derek | February 16, 2008 at 4:01 pm |

    Found this site with some amazing stuff. Check out the Vintage Wing-T Leather Helmet.

  • Stuby | February 16, 2008 at 4:12 pm |

    [quote comment=”226238″]Hot Damn… according to wiki Nick is 29 and he’s already balding… thank God men in my family have good hair genes.

    In other news:

    http://sports.espn.g...

    Very interesting article about Alcorn State and their lack of funding and how they wear mixed up uniforms and basically live on what big schools go through for one game.[/quote]
    Think about how many ballplayers go bald at an early age. There has got to be a connection with wearing a ball cap every day of your life.

  • LI Phil | February 16, 2008 at 4:15 pm |

    [quote]i dont mind purple, i love nike, for some colors, monochrome football uni’s look great, and i like the baggy pants look in baseball.[/quote]

    i dont mind purple…agreed…although there are shades of purple which are just NOT good…lavender is one of those, whereas a deep plum or burgundy is THE SHIT

    i love nike…you, sir, may have founded niketalk, but i have enriched mr. knight and his minions by THOUSANDS of dollars…damn you tiger woods

    for some colors, monochrome football uni’s look great…also agreed, but only if used sparingly or even, say, only once a season (examples would be the lambs all-blues or the cards reds)

    i like the baggy pants look in baseball…well…3 out of 4 aint bad…while the unis, colors and materials (double knits come to mind) leave a LOT to be desired, i grew up with the sweet 70’s tight pants and real high stirrups…and as nostalgic as i am for vintage baseball, this is how i picture a baseball player…not this

  • MPowers1634 | February 16, 2008 at 4:15 pm |

    [quote comment=”226197″]the only good thing about the celebrity all star game was that they would go perfect with my Air Jordan Aqua VIII[/quote]

    That’s about it except ,maybe the original foams.

  • Al | February 16, 2008 at 4:19 pm |

    Those New Orleans argyle uniforms are ugly. Phugly. Phooey-ugly. Like, in the pantheon of Colorado Caribous, White Sox in bermuda shorts, the 1980 Tuscon Toros, and the Australian netball team.

  • Avocado | February 16, 2008 at 4:23 pm |

    [quote comment=”226246″]Found this site with some amazing stuff. Check out the Vintage Wing-T Leather Helmet.[/quote]

    Nice find, loads of great looking stuff there.

    Thanks for the link.

  • Who's this Chucker? | February 16, 2008 at 4:34 pm |

    i like the baggy pants look in baseball…well…3 out of 4 aint bad…while the unis, colors and materials (double knits come to mind) leave a LOT to be desired, i grew up with the sweet 70’s tight pants and real high stirrups…and as nostalgic as i am for vintage baseball, this is how i picture a baseball player…not this[/quote]
    The next thing you know, your’re gonna be driving him to the airport….

  • concealed78 | February 16, 2008 at 4:35 pm |

    [quote comment=”226217″]i posted this on 12/10 of last year and it seems it might be time to post it again. although every bit of its content may not be relevent, the basic framework is…

    as far as bryan goes. i honestly couldnt believe the aggressiveness and attacking posts toward him this weekend.

    one of the reasons why i love this blog outside of its content is that everyone is very respectful of each other and there was really no flaming here.

    guys, this isnt high school, and bryan isnt a substitute teacher. he should be given the same amount of respect as we afford PL and each other here. [/quote]

    Respect has nothing to do with it, tho it needs to be earned. The point is the writing made no sense and not every Uni Watch blog post is going to be pure gold. It was just confusing, bad writing.

  • Bryan Redemske | February 16, 2008 at 4:35 pm |

    [quote comment=”226201″]I have literally no idea what today’s post is about.[/quote]

    Didn’t realize I was working on genius-level material today. Sorry. Here’s the explanation:

    This is your standard slow-pitch player. This is Nick Johnson. When I saw Mr. Johnson’s picture on the wire, I honestly thought it was from a fantasy camp or some slow-pitch league. Making the comparison seemed pretty obvious after that.

    So where’s the punchline? Here it is: Nick Johnson looks like a slow-pitch player. Other than the shorts and the caption included on the wire photo, you’d have no idea he was a major leaguer. That’s kind of funny for a dude who was once an “untouchable prospect.”

    As for baldness because of baseball caps, count me among that population. I just shave it all off, though, because I don’t want to look like Nick Johnson.

    And this also has nothing to do with a broken leg. And if you’re going with bad baseball injuries, please — broken leg? How about what happened to Juan Encarnacion? That’s a career-ender. Broken leg? Surgery maybe, in a cast for a month or two, then rehab. Looks like Nick Johnson can still move, and it won’t have much of an effect on the rest of his life.

    Finally, the NBA celebrity game … there were a zillion of those pics posted last night. Regular weekend readers may note that I usually don’t go for the obvious ones — everybody’s seen ’em. They’re easy targets. I like a bit of a challenge.

  • todd krevanchi (krvanch) | February 16, 2008 at 4:55 pm |

    [quote comment=”226251″]i love nike…you, sir, may have founded niketalk, but i have enriched mr. knight and his minions by THOUSANDS of dollars…damn you tiger woods
    [/quote]

    thousands? is that it? i’ll bet i’ve spent between 20-30 thousand on nike over the last 15 years.

    [quote comment=”226264″]Respect has nothing to do with it, tho it needs to be earned. The point is the writing made no sense and not every Uni Watch blog post is going to be pure gold. It was just confusing, bad writing.[/quote]

    all im saying like the writing or not, agree with his opinions or not, understand his angle or not,
    theres no reason to clutter up the blog by bashing someone who volunteers his valuable time so we have something to read on the weekend.

    appreciate the fact that bryan shows up to work on the weekend and makes the blog entry so we have something to talk about. id assume all hell would break loose if he didnt post anything. id bet i would hear a lot of “where were you bryan? why didnt you post bryan?” and no “your writing sucks bryan”.

    i dont eat food i dont like, watch tv i dont like or wear clothes i dont like. in fact i dont really do anything i DONT LIKE. i think its a safe assumption that the majority of us, as humans, tend not to do things they DONT LIKE.

    so my advice to those who DONT LIKE the weekend text, jump right to the comments.

    but respect the fact that bryan “unlocks the door to the place” every saturday and sunday morning.

  • Sean R. | February 16, 2008 at 5:05 pm |

    Looks like the San Francisco Giants starters are looking for some uni-karma!

  • Marc | February 16, 2008 at 5:36 pm |

    And this also has nothing to do with a broken leg. And if you’re going with bad baseball injuries, please — broken leg? How about what happened to Juan Encarnacion? That’s a career-ender. Broken leg? Surgery maybe, in a cast for a month or two, then rehab. Looks like Nick Johnson can still move, and it won’t have much of an effect on the rest of his life.

    Is that a serious paragraph? Of course Encarnacion’s injury is worse. All we want to know about your opening write up is where the hell it came from? Did you wake up this morning and say, ” Ok, I write for Uni Watch, so im gunna compare Nick Johnson to a fat, bald softball player ” ?

  • Marc | February 16, 2008 at 5:43 pm |

    Paul, remember that thing we did for Pedro and the pant cuff fines he was incurring? I think we need to do the same for Gilbert Arenas. Even if he doesn’t get fined, we need to send him a letter that says, : Thank You Gilbert for echoing the thoughts of an entire blog ”

    “Sometimes politics plays a big part in sports. If it’s about names and what shoe company is controlling who plays, then I don’t want to be a part of that,” said Arenas, who has a deal with Adidas. Most members of the team wear Nike, which sponsors Team USA.

    – Gilbert Arenas

  • Tod H. | February 16, 2008 at 5:46 pm |

    [quote comment=”226270″]thousands? is that it? i’ll bet i’ve spent between 20-30 thousand on nike over the last 15 years.[/quote]

    Corporations are the new religion, and you, sir, are a mindless sheep.

  • Bryan Redemske | February 16, 2008 at 5:52 pm |

    [quote comment=”226284″]And this also has nothing to do with a broken leg. And if you’re going with bad baseball injuries, please — broken leg? How about what happened to Juan Encarnacion? That’s a career-ender. Broken leg? Surgery maybe, in a cast for a month or two, then rehab. Looks like Nick Johnson can still move, and it won’t have much of an effect on the rest of his life.

    Is that a serious paragraph? Of course Encarnacion’s injury is worse. All we want to know about your opening write up is where the hell it came from? Did you wake up this morning and say, ” Ok, I write for Uni Watch, so im gunna compare Nick Johnson to a fat, bald softball player ” ?[/quote]

    You said a broken leg was maybe the worst injury a baseball player could have. I disagree. I think getting your face caved in by a foul ball and possibly losing an eye is considerably worse. So yes, that’s a serious paragraph.

    Here’s how weekend posts work — again, I didn’t think I was doing genius-level work today: I see a photo. I make an observation. Sometimes it’s funny. Sometimes it’s not funny. Sometimes it’s funny and people don’t get it, or are offended by softball players, major leaguers who look like softball players, baldness, humor in general, or anything they don’t understand.

    Pick which one pertains to you, but remember — you’re the one who typed the URL. And nobody’s forcing you to ever do it again.

  • Andy--01 | February 16, 2008 at 6:04 pm |

    It looks as if Michael Phelps isn’t wearing his Speedo LZR suit in the Missouri Grand Prix

    Looks like he’s not wearing anything on his upper body.

    Although, the shoulder straps are pretty thin, maybe they’re just not visible.

  • Brandon | February 16, 2008 at 6:17 pm |

    In post #7 Brian F. talked about the North Dakota vs. Denver hockey game. I was also at that game and was so excited because it was one of the first uni-related things I had ever experienced in person. I was actually thinking of bringing my camera but didn’t so all I have are pics from my cell phone but I thought I’d post. It was pretty weird at first to see the refs out there in warm up jackets but after awhile you got used to it. Here’s the pic

    or, if that doesn’t work…

    http://img136.images...

  • Dom | February 16, 2008 at 7:29 pm |

    Nick Johnson has the number 24 written on his pair of socks in the pic

    http://farm3.static....

  • LI Phil | February 16, 2008 at 7:39 pm |
  • Hed-Bone11 | February 16, 2008 at 7:41 pm |

    i think we have a new case of copyright infringement…it seems that the swoosh may have a case against the 3 stripes

    I got a good laugh out of that one!!!

  • Stan aka the took | February 16, 2008 at 7:43 pm |

    Medical tests have proven that wearing a hat for a long time at a time can’t make you bald… or so I read at the doctor’s office once.

  • TOG | February 16, 2008 at 8:02 pm |

    Chicago Blackhawks will wear an Northern Illinois University Huskies ribbon patch on their helmets in tribute to the five students who were gunned down on Thursday in DeKalb, IL.

    Looking for a link to support this. Heard through WBBM AM News Radio here in Chicago this evening.

  • LI Phil | February 16, 2008 at 8:09 pm |

    [quote comment=”226320″]Chicago Blackhawks will wear an Northern Illinois University Huskies ribbon patch on their helmets in tribute to the five students who were gunned down on Thursday in DeKalb, IL.

    Looking for a link to support this. Heard through WBBM AM News Radio here in Chicago this evening.[/quote]

    here and here and here

  • TOG | February 16, 2008 at 8:18 pm |

    I’m reading through this blog and I think we need to take all the anger and angst between some of us and put it to good use like ripping the shit out of this abortion? I mean hasn’t NOLA suffered enough already?

    http://www.gettyimag...|1&axs=0|79792458%2c79792457%2c79792456%2c79791985%2c79791984%2c79791980%2c79791979%2c79791978%2c79791976%2c79791974%2c79791972%2c79791969%2c79791968%2c79791967%2c79791966%2c79791965%2c79791820%2c79791817%2c79791815%2c79791814%2c79791813%2c79791812%2c79791805%2c79791803%2c79791802%2c79791801%2c79791800%2c79791799%2c79803423%2c79803417%2c79793135%2c79793134%2c79793133%2c79793127%2c79793125%2c79793124%2c79793123%2c79793122%2c79793094%2c79793011%2c79793009%2c79792455%2c79791973%2c79791971%2c79791962%2c79791958%2c79791957%2c79791956%2c79791777%2c79791776%2c79791775%2c79791774%2c79791771%2c79791769%2c79791768%2c79791767%2c79791766%2c79791765%2c79791764%2c79791762|0&id=79791764

  • LI Phil | February 16, 2008 at 8:23 pm |

    some chisox spring training NIU cap pix

  • Teebz | February 16, 2008 at 8:23 pm |

    Keep up the good work, Bryan.

    If it were me writing on the weekends, you’d all be force-fed a healthy dose of hockey info, and I’d be subject to hundreds, if not thousands, of criticisms.

    I have hockey to watch, but I’ll check back in later for the criticism of this comment. :o)

  • Daniel | February 16, 2008 at 8:26 pm |

    Phelps was wearing the LZR racer, he just wasnt wearing the full torso model that they keep showing, the also make just legs (which I believe is the style he was wearing) and jammers (shorts for those who arent familiar with swimming)

  • Slick Rick | February 16, 2008 at 8:27 pm |

    Oregon working on black helmets for next year:

    http://blog.oregonli...

  • Nicko | February 16, 2008 at 8:32 pm |

    Why do I find myself liking Nick Johnson 300% more than I used to. Come over here paisan, I got a hug for you.

  • TOG | February 16, 2008 at 8:38 pm |

    some chisox spring training NIU cap pix

    Great job Lil Phil. I’m sending a note to my Cubs marketing friends to get a read on their plans to deal with this tragedy. I’m sure it will be classy as well. Wow, Cubs and Sox fans can agree on something.

  • TOG | February 16, 2008 at 8:39 pm |

    As an avid fan of argyle, I LOVE the celebrity game jerseys! Fantastic work by the NBA.

    You and Alexander Julian ONLY!!!

  • LI Phil | February 16, 2008 at 8:47 pm |

    [quote comment=”226337″]some chisox spring training NIU cap pix

    Great job Lil Phil. I’m sending a note to my Cubs marketing friends to get a read on their plans to deal with this tragedy. I’m sure it will be classy as well. Wow, Cubs and Sox fans can agree on something.[/quote]

    thanks TOG…btw it’s LI (as in Long Island), but i get that alot…anyhoo…it seemed to be only ozzie and kenny wearing the NIU caps…the rest of the boys only had on the gaddawful 3930s

    do let us know if the cubbies have any plans

  • Jim | February 16, 2008 at 8:55 pm |

    Here’s a gallery with photos of Kansas in their 1988 throwbacks today. Not a bad effort, all things considered.

  • Jim | February 16, 2008 at 9:00 pm |

    Sigh. Someday I will figure out how to post an actual clickable link on the first attempt.

    http://www2.kusports...

    One other KU note: The Kansas/Nebraska women’s game tomorrow will reportedly feature pink on both teams. Somehow.

  • MPowers1634 | February 16, 2008 at 9:06 pm |

    [quote comment=”226326″]I’m reading through this blog and I think we need to take all the anger and angst between some of us and put it to good use like ripping the shit out of this abortion? I mean hasn’t NOLA suffered enough already?

    http://www.gettyimag...|1&axs=0|79792458%2c79792457%2c79792456%2c79791985%2c79791984%2c79791980%2c79791979%2c79791978%2c79791976%2c79791974%2c79791972%2c79791969%2c79791968%2c79791967%2c79791966%2c79791965%2c79791820%2c79791817%2c79791815%2c79791814%2c79791813%2c79791812%2c79791805%2c79791803%2c79791802%2c79791801%2c79791800%2c79791799%2c79803423%2c79803417%2c79793135%2c79793134%2c79793133%2c79793127%2c79793125%2c79793124%2c79793123%2c79793122%2c79793094%2c79793011%2c79793009%2c79792455%2c79791973%2c79791971%2c79791962%2c79791958%2c79791957%2c79791956%2c79791777%2c79791776%2c79791775%2c79791774%2c79791771%2c79791769%2c79791768%2c79791767%2c79791766%2c79791765%2c79791764%2c79791762|0&id=79791764[/quote]

    Which one, there are so many to choose from:
    1. Argyle
    2. Percy Miller, aka Master P. better known to NOLA fans because of the atrocious contract ha had Rickey “Helmet On” Williams sign
    3.Worst of the bunch, Steven A. Smith

  • TOG | February 16, 2008 at 9:08 pm |

    how silly of me to assume all the pink-apparelled youth in the rookie game were so decked because of some loftier goal…

    when, in fact, it appears, as Mr. Engle suggested late last night, they’re all just lifesized billboards for a phone service provider

    my bad

    Great call. Our NBA Creative Services did an NBA Cares group effort thing and painted a pool’s wall mural in Harlem back in the mid-90’s . Allan Houston (with the Knicks at the time) showed up for 3 minutes, literally grabbed a roller brush (I don’t think he knew what it was?) an NBA Photo employee took his photo and Allan left.

    Inside Stuff turned our six-hour mural work and turned it into a half hour show the following Saturday telling NBA sucker fans how great a guy Allan is. WAH? or Where Amazing Happens…

    NBA Cares for their sponsors alright.

  • Quack | February 16, 2008 at 9:13 pm |

    Oregon is debuting some new unis tonight against Washington State

  • TOG | February 16, 2008 at 9:14 pm |

    2008 NBA All-Stars

    West Bryant/Anthony/Yao/Duncan/Iverson
    East Wade/Garnett/Howard/James/Kidd

    1992 NBA All-Stars
    West
    Johnson/Drexler/Robinson/Malone/Mullin
    Jordan/Thomas/Ewing/Pippen/Barkley

    Want to fix the NBA easily. Turn the clock back to 1992…

  • MPowers1634 | February 16, 2008 at 9:15 pm |

    [quote comment=”226344″]Sigh. Someday I will figure out how to post an actual clickable link on the first attempt.

    http://www2.kusports...

    One other KU note: The Kansas/Nebraska women’s game tomorrow will reportedly feature pink on both teams. Somehow.[/quote]

    SOOOO much bothers me about this picture!

    1. The throwbacks KU is wearing hearken back to the Danny Manning era when they played Stacey King and Mookie Blaylock of OU in the NCAA final. I thought that Trajan was awful, that attempt at the old font is atrocious.

    2. High whites REALLY bother me.

    3. Colorado #1 illustrates a disorder first noticed with Larry Johnson and Kobe Bryant:Tucking ones jersey into their compression shorts.

    4.Because of UW, I’m really starting to take offense to random design elements on unis. What purpose does the small shape at the outside piping of the leg serve? Really, Go back to the Billups era gear.

    5. Infraction 2 on Buffalo #1: Air Jordan VIII Retro Aquas. These second worst Air Jordans of all time, behind the XV’s, do not even closely resemble anything matching the buffs unis! AS stated this morning, they might actually match the argyle junk from last night, THAT’S IT

  • TOG | February 16, 2008 at 9:21 pm |

    Which is more irrelevant in 2008?
    The Harlem Globetrotters
    http://www.harlemglo...
    or Charo
    http://www.charo.com...

  • MPowers1634 | February 16, 2008 at 9:22 pm |

    However, something from today that I do like:
    1. The SOD’s of Texas, they are extremely long, but narrow. They do look like culottes that Nadal would wear, but the form fitting jerseys are sharp. Baylor’s oversized jerseys emphasized the contrast bewteen themselves and the crisp lines of the S.O.D. gear.

    2. DJ Augustine is a pleasure to watch, I havent seen alot of him. He is whats RIGHT with basketball, and this is coming from a person who despized all Texas sports, especially former baseball pitchers from the esteemed institution

  • MPowers1634 | February 16, 2008 at 9:23 pm |

    BTW, Arizona unis looked GREAT today.
    Cuse looked OK, the 3M numbers and block logo kill it for me though

  • LI Phil | February 16, 2008 at 9:24 pm |

    absolute BEST thing about all star weekend

    /and seeing the admiral and timmah nail those half-courters didn’t suck

  • TOG | February 16, 2008 at 9:31 pm |

    1. The throwbacks KU is wearing hearken back to the Danny Manning era when they played Stacey King and Mookie Blaylock of OU in the NCAA final. I thought that Trajan was awful, that attempt at the old font is atrocious.

    2. High whites REALLY bother me.

    3. Colorado #1 illustrates a disorder first noticed with Larry Johnson and Kobe Bryant:Tucking ones jersey into their compression shorts.

    4.Because of UW, I’m really starting to take offense to random design elements on unis. What purpose does the small shape at the outside piping of the leg serve? Really, Go back to the Billups era gear.

    5. Infraction 2 on Buffalo #1: Air Jordan VIII Retro Aquas. These second worst Air Jordans of all time, behind the XV’s, do not even closely resemble anything matching the buffs unis! AS stated this morning, they might actually match the argyle junk from last night, THAT’S IT

    And if I can add a sixth, who pissed on the Colorado Buffaloes uniforms? Is that SD Padres Khake? Barf! Or SF Giants cream? Cringe! or simply a jersey that needs bleach?

  • MPowers1634 | February 16, 2008 at 9:44 pm |

    [quote comment=”226358″]1. The throwbacks KU is wearing hearken back to the Danny Manning era when they played Stacey King and Mookie Blaylock of OU in the NCAA final. I thought that Trajan was awful, that attempt at the old font is atrocious.

    2. High whites REALLY bother me.

    3. Colorado #1 illustrates a disorder first noticed with Larry Johnson and Kobe Bryant:Tucking ones jersey into their compression shorts.

    4.Because of UW, I’m really starting to take offense to random design elements on unis. What purpose does the small shape at the outside piping of the leg serve? Really, Go back to the Billups era gear.

    5. Infraction 2 on Buffalo #1: Air Jordan VIII Retro Aquas. These second worst Air Jordans of all time, behind the XV’s, do not even closely resemble anything matching the buffs unis! AS stated this morning, they might actually match the argyle junk from last night, THAT’S IT

    And if I can add a sixth, who pissed on the Colorado Buffaloes uniforms? Is that SD Padres Khake? Barf! Or SF Giants cream? Cringe! or simply a jersey that needs bleach?[/quote]

    I like Gold as a third color. I don’t mind that. Mizzou has some weird gold as their alternate unis.

  • LI Phil | February 16, 2008 at 9:53 pm |

    [quote comment=”226358″]1. The throwbacks KU is wearing hearken back to the Danny Manning era when they played Stacey King and Mookie Blaylock of OU in the NCAA final. I thought that Trajan was awful, that attempt at the old font is atrocious.

    2. High whites REALLY bother me.

    3. Colorado #1 illustrates a disorder first noticed with Larry Johnson and Kobe Bryant:Tucking ones jersey into their compression shorts.

    4.Because of UW, I’m really starting to take offense to random design elements on unis. What purpose does the small shape at the outside piping of the leg serve? Really, Go back to the Billups era gear.

    5. Infraction 2 on Buffalo #1: Air Jordan VIII Retro Aquas. These second worst Air Jordans of all time, behind the XV’s, do not even closely resemble anything matching the buffs unis! AS stated this morning, they might actually match the argyle junk from last night, THAT’S IT

    And if I can add a sixth, who pissed on the Colorado Buffaloes uniforms? Is that SD Padres Khake? Barf! Or SF Giants cream? Cringe! or simply a jersey that needs bleach?[/quote]

    italics off?

  • LI Phil | February 16, 2008 at 9:54 pm |
  • Travis McGuire | February 16, 2008 at 10:03 pm |

    DISASTER ALERT IN OREGON: The Ducks have out done themsleves. The mens’ basketball team has unveiled new System of Dress lightning yellow uniforms. Those watching this game may have gone blind or passed out from looking directly at these train wrecks.

    The best part…the names on the back are also yellow. Somewhere, Paul is tightening a noose.

  • LI Phil | February 16, 2008 at 10:04 pm |

    nice to see four different phoenix jerseys representing

    nbacares about marketing

  • Bradley | February 16, 2008 at 10:28 pm |

    please just put vince on the payroll!

  • Jordan Pope | February 16, 2008 at 11:07 pm |

    [quote comment=”226365″]DISASTER ALERT IN OREGON: The Ducks have out done themsleves. The mens’ basketball team has unveiled new System of Dress lightning yellow uniforms. Those watching this game may have gone blind or passed out from looking directly at these train wrecks.

    The best part…the names on the back are also yellow. Somewhere, Paul is tightening a noose.[/quote]

    I just turned my TV to FSN and omg those are hidious
    you can’t tell there are even names on the back

  • LI Phil | February 16, 2008 at 11:11 pm |
  • MPowers1634 | February 16, 2008 at 11:12 pm |

    Concerning Oregon: Im very disappointed. They have so much potential. I am starting to love the SOD unis and was looking forward to the Ducks unveiling something innovative during the PAC10 tourney. As a friend of mine said, Nike really dropped the ball.

    Very uninspired, color: Lightning is outstanding
    however random green “bronco” tapered stripe??????
    The invisible, “embossed”, NOB was the last straw.

    I cant explain how upset I am.

    AS for their poroposed black football helmets for next year…I envision this
    Black Schutt DNA or Ion helmets
    Lightning Yellow O decal
    Lightning Yellow facemasks

    overall, they will resemble the US Army game helmets

  • Jordan Pope | February 16, 2008 at 11:26 pm |
  • john in DC | February 16, 2008 at 11:32 pm |

    At about the midpoint of this article, St. Louis Blues chairman Dave checketts announces the Blues will have a 3rd jersey with new logo lext year.

  • Joe J | February 16, 2008 at 11:44 pm |

    [quote comment=”226289″][quote comment=”226284″]
    Pick which one pertains to you, but remember — you’re the one who typed the URL. And nobody’s forcing you to ever do it again.[/quote]–Bryan

    Bryan,
    Man, people say ignorant things on the internet. That is just part of the deal. And I don’t know if it makes you feel bad or not, but hurling ugly remarks back at the heckler feels a little Philip Rivers-esque. You defended your point brilliantly, but including the slight made it less effective.

  • Duckfan | February 16, 2008 at 11:45 pm |

    I was at the Duck game tonight. The green side paneling on the jersey had a camoflage pattern.

  • john | February 16, 2008 at 11:57 pm |

    [quote comment=”226066″]I think those argyle jerseys are going to be things like the Phoenix Coyotes’ old jerseys: they might seem cool at the time, but in 10 years they will just be ridiculous.

    That being said, I like them. Teal/aqua and purple is one of my favorite color combos.[/quote]

    How does your husband feel

  • BS | February 17, 2008 at 12:07 am |

    who broke the italics?
    is this the best uniform mod ever or what?

  • Mike Engle | February 17, 2008 at 12:19 am |

    Better?

  • James Craven | February 17, 2008 at 12:43 am |

    Ugly.

    Fugly.

    Fucking Ugly.

    It’s the football program’s fault, damn it!

  • James Craven | February 17, 2008 at 12:46 am |

    Hope this fixes it.

  • LI Phil | February 17, 2008 at 1:14 am |

    [quote comment=”226405″]Ugly.

    Fugly.

    Fucking Ugly.

    It’s the football program’s fault, damn it![/quote]

    the fucking lightning is awesomely fucking sweet

    the fucking green one-sided camo ruins the awesomeness of the lightning

    the same color (in effect, NNOB) NOB blows

    lose the green camo altogether, replace the green numerals with liquid metallic black, and you would have the most awesome uni evar

  • LI Phil | February 17, 2008 at 1:16 am |

    [quote comment=”226406″][/quote]
    [quote comment=”226359″][quote comment=”226358″]1. The throwbacks KU is wearing hearken back to the Danny Manning era when they played Stacey King and Mookie Blaylock of OU in the NCAA final. I thought that Trajan was awful, that attempt at the old font is atrocious.

    2. High whites REALLY bother me.

    3. Colorado #1 illustrates a disorder first noticed with Larry Johnson and Kobe Bryant:Tucking ones jersey into their compression shorts.

    4.Because of UW, I’m really starting to take offense to random design elements on unis. What purpose does the small shape at the outside piping of the leg serve? Really, Go back to the Billups era gear.

    5. Infraction 2 on Buffalo #1: Air Jordan VIII Retro Aquas. These second worst Air Jordans of all time, behind the XV’s, do not even closely resemble anything matching the buffs unis! AS stated this morning, they might actually match the argyle junk from last night, THAT’S IT
    And if I can add a sixth, who pissed on the Colorado Buffaloes uniforms? Is that SD Padres Khake? Barf! Or SF Giants cream? Cringe! or simply a jersey that needs bleach?[/quote]

    I like Gold as a third color. I don’t mind that. Mizzou has some weird gold as their alternate unis.[/quote]

    off?

  • felix | February 17, 2008 at 1:47 am |

    Hmm.

  • Andrew | February 17, 2008 at 2:17 am |

    Fixed?

  • todd krevanchi | February 17, 2008 at 2:29 am |

    a. i thought the celebrity game uni’s were quite sharp, no matter how much of a gamble it was to do an entire jersey in custom argyle. in fact i have some sweaters in a similar pattern. in all fairness though, its a one off uni for a one off scrimmage so lets take it at that value.

    b. i gotta say i thought i remember the 88 kansas uni’s more toward the navy side than the royal side of blue. plus for the career manning had there, no one should be wearing 25 now or should they have been since his graduation.

    c. i dont understand the picture of that indiana fan. sampson is a disgrace because he made too many phone calls to players behind the closed door of his office to come to indiana and play?
    thats disgraceful?
    what about the other guy who has no idea how to behave socially, has a mouth like a sailor, has a history of physical altercations with his players, choked one player, threw a chair into the direction of two innocent bystanders nearly hitting them… during the game. all while being viewed by hundreds of millions of people. thats not disgraceful? some indiana fans need to take a step back.

    d. happy birthday mj.

    e. stirrups still look goofy on players.

  • Jordan Pope | February 17, 2008 at 2:34 am |

    the left side on the shorts of the ducks looks like the diamond-plate from the knees and shoulders of the football jerseys.
    and from the pictures i dont see a nob plate let alone numbers

  • Matt Takimoto | February 17, 2008 at 3:09 am |

    From the first row of Mac Court, you could only kind of read the NOB, i was indifferent toward it though because its just like there isn’t a name, so who really cares. it’s like the silver names on the white road football jerseys. what bothered me the most was that the silver stripes on the side weren’t on the jersey, just the shorts. i actually liked that the stripes got thicker as you moved down, but all you had to do was start it on the jersey and it would have made a little more sense.
    the biggest thing that bothered me was that they were fixing something that wasn’t broken. the pre-frocks for jocks unis look sharp, so why change the style for the SOD? just do the same thing in a different cut.

  • David | February 17, 2008 at 3:52 am |

    i am from Minnesota and am embarrassed to admit that until tonight i never had noticed that on the timberpuppys jerseys that only the right leg has the tree trim. that being said i think its one of the best trims in sports!

  • MPowers1634 | February 17, 2008 at 6:53 am |

    [quote comment=”226460″]From the first row of Mac Court, you could only kind of read the NOB, i was indifferent toward it though because its just like there isn’t a name, so who really cares. it’s like the silver names on the white road football jerseys. what bothered me the most was that the silver stripes on the side weren’t on the jersey, just the shorts. i actually liked that the stripes got thicker as you moved down, but all you had to do was start it on the jersey and it would have made a little more sense.
    the biggest thing that bothered me was that they were fixing something that wasn’t broken. the pre-frocks for jocks unis look sharp, so why change the style for the SOD? just do the same thing in a different cut.[/quote]

    EXACTLY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • MPowers1634 | February 17, 2008 at 6:55 am |

    Fugly.

    Mr. Bean’s trip to MacArthur Court?

  • chris | February 17, 2008 at 9:42 am |

    Nice to see RIchard Zednik out of the hospital..and at least we know where him and his wife’s clothing allegiances lie. FEAR THE TRIPLE LINES!

    and why didnt anyone ever mention his wife is hot?

    Looks like a nice 80’s porn set up with that beard and the doctor

  • john in DC | February 17, 2008 at 10:31 am |

    [quote comment=”226207″]Nice to see RIchard Zednik out of the hospital..and at least we know where him and his wife’s clothing allegiances lie. FEAR THE TRIPLE LINES!

    and why didnt anyone ever mention his wife is hot?

    http://media.msnbc.c...

    he’s a hockey player. even the fugliest grinder lands a Playmate of the Month…

  • Bill | February 17, 2008 at 10:39 pm |

    Keep up the good work, Bryan!