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With These Two, What Could Possibly Go Wrong?

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Well, Manny’s a Dodger, which looks strange and wrong. Also scoring points on the strange and wrong chart is Manny’s spotless new helmet. By Monday, god willing, that logo will be completely obscured. (Note also, Manny shuns the Cool-Flo, unlike many of his teammates.)

And while we’re noting strange and wrong things, check the lettering on Jeff Kent’s jersey. I know the precious BP jerseys need heat-press letters and numbers, since standard tackle twill is too heavy for the BP jerseys, but that looks like crap. Cheap. Like a rogue souvenir-stand knockoff. It’s on the level of some guy pulling on some baggy white sweatpants and wandering around in left field. — Bryan

 

70 comments to With These Two, What Could Possibly Go Wrong?

  • Jeff Frank | August 2, 2008 at 7:03 am |

    Can’t wait to see Manny’s new hair cut once he gets “adjusted” to L.A.

  • who cares | August 2, 2008 at 7:35 am |

    More equipment related than unicentric and a bit old, but I figured some might be interested in a BBC photo-set of a local Nigerian boxing league.

    http://news.bbc.co.u...

  • Sage Confucius | August 2, 2008 at 8:14 am |

    I don’t see the big issue with Kent’s BP jersey. Other than that odd looking gray drop shadow anyway. But it’s still early in the morning.

    The Nigerian boxing photos are interesting. I would hate to have to fight against someone who was the opposite hand. Very easy to get clocked and never see it coming. Also, the guy in the first picture is absolutely ripped.

  • Roger Faso | August 2, 2008 at 8:17 am |

    Check out the red glove, high socks, white shoes and red laces on Manny.

    http://www.flickr.co...

    Also check out the red spikes on Andruw’s shoes.

  • Marc M. | August 2, 2008 at 8:27 am |

    [quote comment=”282990″]Check out the red glove, high socks, white shoes and red laces on Manny.

    http://www.flickr.co...

    Also check out the red spikes on Andruw’s shoes.[/quote]

    Now that should have been the lead picture this morning.

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  • Mark MihaIik | August 2, 2008 at 8:45 am |

    Manny also wore Russell Martin’s cleats last night:

    http://playerexclusi...

  • Matt | August 2, 2008 at 9:11 am |

    Twins wore patches to remember the collapse of the Interstate 35W bridge on its 1 year anniversary last night against the Indians. Searching for a pic, but it was on right sleeve.

  • Stuby | August 2, 2008 at 9:40 am |

    So now that Junior is wearing #17 with the White Sox he has worn a single digit (3), a teen (17), a twenty (24), a thirty (30), and a forty (42 for Jackie Robinson). Pretty odd for a future HOFer and a guy that has only played for 3 teams.

    Wherever he plays next year, he needs to bust out a 50-something number.

  • Tom | August 2, 2008 at 9:54 am |

    This isn’t uni-related, but I know some people here must follow stats too. I remember as a kid (which was only a few years ago) that when a player got traded from the AL to NL or vice versa, that his stats were reset. Did this used to be the case before interleague play?

    For example, Manny’s stats went with him to LA:
    Manny Stats

  • Rich O | August 2, 2008 at 9:56 am |

    Griffey only wore 17 for one night- he wears 30 today. Making that appearance in 17 a true rarity

  • Jerry | August 2, 2008 at 10:06 am |

    Gary Coleman made his baseball debut for the Madison Mallards of the Northwoods League last night. I have to say he looks pretty sharp, considering that none of the Mallards ever shows socks. The Northwoods League is a summer wooden bat college league, consisting of teams from Wisconsin, Minnesota, Michigan, and Ontario.

    [/link]http://www.mallardsbaseball.com[/link]

  • Stuby | August 2, 2008 at 10:10 am |

    Someone posted last night that Junior would keep #17 the rest of the year. I guess we have to wait and see what he comes out wearing today.

  • cory d | August 2, 2008 at 10:37 am |

    a couple uni related tid bits here:

    http://news.yahoo.co...

    Ramirez, who wore No. 24 during his seven-plus seasons in Boston, will wear No. 99 in Los Angeles. Hall of Fame manager Walter Alston wore No. 24 with the Dodgers, and that jersey is retired.

    “I don’t know why they gave me 99,” he said. “I wanted 34.”

    No. 34, worn by Fernando Valenzuela in the 1980s, isn’t officially retired, but clubhouse manager Mitch Poole said: “In our hearts, it is, and in the Mexican community. It was 66, then it went to 99 in a matter of minutes. It was all through the agent (Scott Boras) and his staff.”

    Also:

    Torre said he asked Ramirez how important his hair was to him and was told he’d do whatever the manager wanted. Torre said he asked Ramirez to “clean it up a little bit and make it manageable.”

    “I’ve got to cut it. I’m going to be looking like a baby,” Ramirez said with a smile. “I don’t want them to treat me different than the other guys. If they want me to cut it, I’ll cut it. It will grow back.”

  • Taha | August 2, 2008 at 10:45 am |

    ok, the Gary Coleman thing is funny, but not “ha-ha” funny. I didn’t laugh at all. In fact, what is the opposite of laugh? that’s what I did. see what I mean here.

  • […] Manny Ramirez sports his new Los Angeles Dodgers duds following the trade. […]

  • Christopher | August 2, 2008 at 10:47 am |

    [quote comment=\”282999\”]Someone posted last night that Junior would keep #17 the rest of the year. I guess we have to wait and see what he comes out wearing today.[/quote]

    Here\’s something funny. WhiteSox.com- which lists all player numbers- shows Swisher changing to #1 from #30, but shows Griffey at 17:

    http://chicago.white...

    I wonder if his excellent performance yesterday has led him to want to keep the number?

  • cory d | August 2, 2008 at 10:51 am |

    according to wikipedia:

    Ramirez has always worn uniform number 24, but the Dodgers have retired that number in honor of Hall-of-Fame manager Walter Alston. Ramirez countered the Dodgers suggestion of 28 by suggesting 34, but no Dodger has worn that number since Fernando Valenzuela. Ramirez finally accepted number 99, but the next day asked for 28, the Dodgers’ original suggestion. However, the Dodgers’ marketing department had already begun producing merchandise with number 99, so Ramirez will wear that number.

    so does anyone know officially if manny is 99 or 28?

  • LarenR | August 2, 2008 at 10:53 am |

    Gary Coleman should have been wearing number 4/25 (four twenty-fifths) in honor of Eddie Gaedel.

  • dunford | August 2, 2008 at 10:57 am |

    [quote comment=”282989″]I don’t see the big issue with Kent’s BP jersey. Other than that odd looking gray drop shadow anyway. But it’s still early in the morning.
    [/quote]

    It’s, at the very least, off-center. The MLB logo should be between the E and the N perfectly.

    It also looks like it might be a tad lopsided, but that might be how the jersey is wrinkled on Officer Dangle’s back.

  • Rich O | August 2, 2008 at 11:08 am |

    Griffey is apparently sticking with 17- I stand corrected.

  • Austin | August 2, 2008 at 11:49 am |

    scroll down a bit and see 3 new logos for the coyotes!

    http://www.coyotesco...

  • sean | August 2, 2008 at 12:01 pm |

    new levels of logo creep…

    http://vanitykippah....

  • Mike Engle | August 2, 2008 at 12:03 pm |

    The first pine tar gunk on Manny’s Dodgers helmet apparent here.

  • Roger Faso | August 2, 2008 at 12:03 pm |

    [quote comment=”282991″][quote comment=”282990″]Check out the red glove, high socks, white shoes and red laces on Manny.

    http://www.flickr.co...

    Also check out the red spikes on Andruw’s shoes.[/quote]

    Now that should have been the lead picture this morning.[/quote]

    Check out his shoes here …

    http://www.flickr.co...

    big pimpin

  • Brandon Davis | August 2, 2008 at 12:06 pm |

    Hey, there’s a pic of Andruw Jones’ batting helmet I couldn’t find a pic of the other day – he has an American flag sticker on the back of it.

  • sean | August 2, 2008 at 12:09 pm |

    here’s a shot of the twin’s bridge patch

    http://blog.clevelan...

  • Husker E10 | August 2, 2008 at 12:18 pm |

    Story on Nebraska Football Equipment Managers…

    “Times are hectic for NU equipment managers”

    http://journalstar.c...

  • =bg= | August 2, 2008 at 12:34 pm |

    Manny as a Dodger looks…out of place. But he obviously burned a bridge. Speaking of burning bridges, look at that photo of that swell guy Jeff Kent. He’s in Wikipedia under “Clubhouse Cancer” and..well, decorum prevents me from listing the other terms here.

  • =bg= | August 2, 2008 at 12:36 pm |

    PS-
    This is going to be a stupid question–one I should know. Tell me why eye black is applied. Something about glare, I know. But how does it work? I’ve only wondered this for, oh, 30 years. But I DO know what the green dot is for.

  • Stuby | August 2, 2008 at 12:56 pm |

    [quote comment=”283016″]PS-
    This is going to be a stupid question–one I should know. Tell me why eye black is applied. Something about glare, I know. But how does it work? I’ve only wondered this for, oh, 30 years. But I DO know what the green dot is for.[/quote]
    It provides you a place to write your area code.

  • Todd | August 2, 2008 at 1:08 pm |

    Someone should tell MLB Shop that Griffey is wearing 17. They have an ad on the White Sox page that says be the first with a Griffey jersey and it shows 30.

  • Kibbles n' Bits | August 2, 2008 at 1:09 pm |

    So this isn’t technically so much about uniforms but i saw a picture of Favre on the cover of Madden 09 and was wondering if his current situation would be continuing the so called Madden Curse?
    And they wouldn’t change the cover picture if he moved to a different team would they? Not a big video game guy so does anyone know if someone has changed teams the same year the were featured on the cover?

  • ChrisS | August 2, 2008 at 1:11 pm |

    [quote comment=”282996″]This isn’t uni-related, but I know some people here must follow stats too. I remember as a kid (which was only a few years ago) that when a player got traded from the AL to NL or vice versa, that his stats were reset. Did this used to be the case before interleague play?

    For example, Manny’s stats went with him to LA:
    Manny Stats [/quote]
    It will still be split. As far as the NL MVP and other awards are concerned, Manny has only played one game this season…

  • Mike Engle | August 2, 2008 at 1:18 pm |

    [quote comment=”283019″]So this isn’t technically so much about uniforms but i saw a picture of Favre on the cover of Madden 09 and was wondering if his current situation would be continuing the so called Madden Curse?
    And they wouldn’t change the cover picture if he moved to a different team would they? Not a big video game guy so does anyone know if someone has changed teams the same year the were featured on the cover?[/quote]
    Just noticed the other day (on an ad for the game on a Blockbuster wall) that Favre is wearing a jersey he’s never worn before on the game cover. How could that be? It’s a Packers jersey, but with the new NFL shield already in place. The new logo is also on “The Duke,” meaning he’s about to throw a football he’s never thrown in a game before as well.

  • scott | August 2, 2008 at 1:41 pm |

    Who cares what the batting practice jersey looks like? The Dodgers, unlike (thankfully) the Rays and Mariners, don’t wear them in game action.

  • Marc Gilbert | August 2, 2008 at 2:00 pm |

    >>

    Actually, Andruw Jones is the ONLY Dodger to wear a cool-flo helmet. Everyone else wears the traditional style.

  • B. GRimm | August 2, 2008 at 2:04 pm |

    I was looking at Miami Dolphins jerseys online and noticed something strange. Everyone had the dropshadow on their numbers going to down and the right, exept for Crowder and Roth, who for some reason go UP and to the right.

    http://miamidolphins...

  • Chad | August 2, 2008 at 2:27 pm |

    [quote comment=”283016″]PS-
    This is going to be a stupid question–one I should know. Tell me why eye black is applied. Something about glare, I know. But how does it work? I’ve only wondered this for, oh, 30 years. But I DO know what the green dot is for.[/quote]
    there was a mythbusters episode to see if it worked. i think they concluded that it had no effect on glare.

  • Chad | August 2, 2008 at 2:28 pm |

    reno announced the name of their d league team and donte green seems pretty excited about it http://www.sactownro...

  • Greenie | August 2, 2008 at 2:54 pm |

    Okay, Paul, this is from yesterday. I agree with you that the Brewers regular uniforms are mediocre, but no mention of their pinstripe throwbacks? It’s a classic beautiful look. The Brewers made their biggest mistake by losing the ball and mitt logo.

  • Joey Guns | August 2, 2008 at 2:55 pm |

    Reggie Jackson looks classy in stirrups at Yankees Old Timer’s Day today……

  • Matt E | August 2, 2008 at 3:20 pm |

    Those new Phoenix Coyotes logos are pretty kickin’ – love that circular paw shoulder patch and the word mark, all very classy. Exactly the direction NHL logos should be going.

    The leaping coyote’s alright, not much of a huge change over the current howling coyote head but still a pretty good design.

    When can we expect a big column on all the new NHL 3rd jersey designs? The new logos are starting to trickle in by the day, I’m anxious for opinions

  • Ricko | August 2, 2008 at 3:25 pm |

    [quote comment=”283025″][quote comment=”283016″]PS-
    This is going to be a stupid question–one I should know. Tell me why eye black is applied. Something about glare, I know. But how does it work? I’ve only wondered this for, oh, 30 years. But I DO know what the green dot is for.[/quote]
    there was a mythbusters episode to see if it worked. i think they concluded that it had no effect on glare.[/quote]

    It isn’t so much what eyeblack does, but what it DOESN’T to. Black “holds/absorbs” light in the sense that it doesn’t reflect it (this is why only someone crazy would drive a car with a black interior in Phoenix). Light colors such as skin tones reflect light. Elminating a bit of glare up from the cheekbone just under the eye makes a difference on extremely sunny days.

    Ever seen those eskimo “sunglasses” with the narrow slit across the eyes? Same principle.

    I can tell u firsthand it works. I’ve used eyeblack every once in a while for years. Keep a tube in my bat bag. Never owned prescription sunglasses to wear instead of my regular glasses so had to try something. Can tell the improvement immediately after applying it.

    “Mythbusters”? Yeah, real baseball guys. Tested sliding compared to going in standing up. Well, duh. That was like telling us we can scrunch training tape into a ball. Shoulda compared sliding into first compared to overrunning it. That actually might have been worth the time and effort.

  • Talon Lardner | August 2, 2008 at 3:51 pm |

    [quote comment=”283030″][quote comment=”283025″][quote comment=”283016″]PS-
    This is going to be a stupid question–one I should know. Tell me why eye black is applied. Something about glare, I know. But how does it work? I’ve only wondered this for, oh, 30 years. But I DO know what the green dot is for.[/quote]
    there was a mythbusters episode to see if it worked. i think they concluded that it had no effect on glare.[/quote]

    It isn’t so much what eyeblack does, but what it DOESN’T to. Black “holds/absorbs” light in the sense that it doesn\t reflect it (this is why only someone crazy would drive a car with a black interior in Phoenix). Light colors such as skin tones reflect light. Elminating a bit of glare up from the cheekbone just under the eye makes a difference on extremely sunny days.

    Ever seen those eskimo “sunglasses” with the narrow slit across the eyes? Same principle.

    I can tell u firsthand it works. I’ve used eyeblack every once in a while for years. Keep a tube in my bat bag. Never owned prescription sunglasses to wear instead of my regular glasses so had to try something. Can tell the improvement immediately after applying it.

    “Mythbusters”? Yeah, real baseball guys. Tested sliding compared to going in standing up. Well, duh. That was like telling us we can scrunch training tape into a ball. Shoulda compared sliding into first compared to overrunning it. That actually might have been worth the time and effort.[/quote]

    If I recall correctly, glare wasn’t reduced until they added a baseball cap, which the combination of the two resulted in the most reduction of glare. More on it over here:

    http://www.mythbuste...

    As an aside, quite a big mythbusters fan here, and I agree that the baseball sliding test was a little odd, but I enjoyed their pitching analysis, cork/not corked bat testing, and the effect of humidity on the baseball when hit.

  • Chris | August 2, 2008 at 3:57 pm |

    Fantastic stirrup action in the Big League Baseball Championship (sorry about the quality and I don’t know how to link) http://www.flickr.co...

  • nick | August 2, 2008 at 4:15 pm |

    Did anybody ever get to the bottom of the “1768” TBTC baseball jersey that was alleged to be a Minnessota Twins gamer?

    If so I’d really be interested

  • dtsa | August 2, 2008 at 4:23 pm |

    Griffey only wore 17 for one night- he wears 30 today. Making that appearance in 17 a true rarity

    still wearing 17 today.

  • Ben | August 2, 2008 at 5:04 pm |

    [quote comment=”283034″]Griffey only wore 17 for one night- he wears 30 today. Making that appearance in 17 a true rarity

    still wearing 17 today.[/quote]
    Maybe he’s wearing 17 to honor his hero…Chris Sabo!

  • Azul Army | August 2, 2008 at 5:16 pm |

    Interesting element to the Waipio (Hawaii) Little League all star uniforms, who are playing in the Western Regionals in San Bernardino, CA. The have the Hawaiian Island chain depicted on the jersey. They also all wear white New Balance cleats.

  • Stephen | August 2, 2008 at 5:32 pm |

    Pedro Porthole alert: Charlie Morton, Braves pitcher – At least since the 6th inning. No screenshot.

    ~E~

  • Marty Met | August 2, 2008 at 5:37 pm |

    [quote comment=”283028″]Reggie Jackson looks classy in stirrups at Yankees Old Timer’s Day today……[/quote]

    What is that supposed to mean? I here the terms “classy” and “classic” thrown around here all the time.

  • Talon Lardner | August 2, 2008 at 6:10 pm |

    [quote comment=”283038″][quote comment=”283028″]Reggie Jackson looks classy in stirrups at Yankees Old Timer’s Day today……[/quote]

    What is that supposed to mean? I here the terms “classy” and “classic” thrown around here all the time.[/quote]

    It’s simple, those who use those terms essentially mean “Old = Good, New = Bad”, or at least that how it feels at times.

  • Joey Guns | August 2, 2008 at 7:29 pm |

    [quote comment=”283038″][quote comment=”283028″]Reggie Jackson looks classy in stirrups at Yankees Old Timer’s Day today……[/quote]

    What is that supposed to mean? I here the terms “classy” and “classic” thrown around here all the time.[/quote]

    He looks good. You’ve been on this site forever, you should know that……

  • Marty Met | August 2, 2008 at 8:19 pm |

    [quote comment=”283039″][quote comment=”283038″][quote comment=”283028″]Reggie Jackson looks classy in stirrups at Yankees Old Timer’s Day today……[/quote]

    What is that supposed to mean? I here the terms “classy” and “classic” thrown around here all the time.[/quote]

    It’s simple, those who use those terms essentially mean “Old = Good, New = Bad”, or at least that how it feels at times.[/quote]

    My point exactly.

  • Phillies P. | August 2, 2008 at 9:34 pm |

    Bry for the record, I think the Dodgers are just cheap. The Phillies use twill on their BP’s, the Mets do too I think.

  • Ricko | August 2, 2008 at 9:49 pm |

    I’m sorry, is it still baseball season? The Twins are in a pennant race (well, sort of) and here in Minnesota it is Day (well, I Don’t Care What Day It Is) of The Favre Watch.

    Even without him the Vikings seem to have a decent chance at the division title. Packers were something of surprise last year (largely because of Favre), key guys on defense are a year older, QB is unproven. Bears and Lions are, well…they’re still in the league, anyway. So far.

    Know what the irony in all this is? In his second game, wherever he ends up, Favre will probably blow an ACL and all this will have been much ado about nothing.

    What is it about pro football players (Unitas, Namath and notable others) that that they insist on hanging on one year too long?

  • JeffB | August 2, 2008 at 9:53 pm |

    [quote comment=”283033″]Did anybody ever get to the bottom of the “1768” TBTC baseball jersey that was alleged to be a Minnessota Twins gamer?

    If so I’d really be interested[/quote]

    I never heard back from the local collector expert I sent the auction link to.

    The auction itself was up to slightly over $250, but the seller ended the auction early, so I never got to see a final price on what others thought it was worth. It’s still a mystery.

  • Brendan | August 2, 2008 at 10:01 pm |

    [quote comment=”283036″]Interesting element to the Waipio (Hawaii) Little League all star uniforms, who are playing in the Western Regionals in San Bernardino, CA. The have the Hawaiian Island chain depicted on the jersey. They also all wear white New Balance cleats.[/quote]

    And white helmets. Get them all in stirrups and high cuffs and you’ve got a good-looking baseball team there.

  • Chris | August 2, 2008 at 11:46 pm |

    Did anyone else notice the do-rag underneath Manny’s helmet?

  • Clint | August 3, 2008 at 12:00 am |

    Griffey only wore 17 for one night- he wears 30 today. Making that appearance in 17 a true rarity

    From White Sox official site on Thursday night:
    Swisher to give up number for Griffey

    and then on Friday:
    Take a number: Griffey to wear No. 17: New acquisition doesn’t request to take Swisher’s numeral

  • Cainan | August 3, 2008 at 12:09 am |

    [quote comment=”283046″]Did anyone else notice the do-rag underneath Manny’s helmet?[/quote]Yeah I did. I thought he looked like shit as a Red Sox player and looks just as shit as a Dodger. Why doesnt MLB get some proper uni police ala the NFL. Say what you want about uni stylings and such, at least there is some form of uniformity in the NFL and when someone decides to flout the rules, they get fined. Manny looks like hell.

  • James Craven | August 3, 2008 at 12:37 am |

    [quote comment=”283042″]“The Phillies use twill on their BP’s…”[/quote]

    On the retail authentics. The ones they wear in BP are Swiss Embroidered onto a twill patch. Trust me, I’ve seen them up close to know.

  • Chris | August 3, 2008 at 12:58 am |

    [quote comment=”283048″][quote comment=”283046″]Did anyone else notice the do-rag underneath Manny’s helmet?[/quote]Yeah I did. I thought he looked like shit as a Red Sox player and looks just as shit as a Dodger. Why doesnt MLB get some proper uni police ala the NFL. Say what you want about uni stylings and such, at least there is some form of uniformity in the NFL and when someone decides to flout the rules, they get fined. Manny looks like hell.[/quote]

    i hate the “no fun league”‘s rules about uniformity. you’re much too conservative manny’s hair is awesome and adds to his character. maybe it’s because i’m a sox fan but i hate that the yankees have rules about hair and facial hair. they should let people be who they are.

  • Joey Guns | August 3, 2008 at 1:37 am |

    Not uni-related, but does anyone else think it’s ridiculous that Homer Bush has been at the last 2 Yankees Old-Timers Days? He doesn’t even have 100 at-bats in his Yankees career!

  • lwiedy | August 3, 2008 at 2:30 am |

    [quote comment=”283050″][quote comment=”283048″][quote comment=”283046″]Did anyone else notice the do-rag underneath Manny’s helmet?[/quote]Yeah I did. I thought he looked like shit as a Red Sox player and looks just as shit as a Dodger. Why doesnt MLB get some proper uni police ala the NFL. Say what you want about uni stylings and such, at least there is some form of uniformity in the NFL and when someone decides to flout the rules, they get fined. Manny looks like hell.[/quote]

    i hate the “no fun league”‘s rules about uniformity. you’re much too conservative manny’s hair is awesome and adds to his character. maybe it’s because i’m a sox fan but i hate that the yankees have rules about hair and facial hair. they should let people be who they are.[/quote]

    So anything goes, right?

  • nick | August 3, 2008 at 3:25 am |

    [quote comment=”283044″][quote comment=”283033″]Did anybody ever get to the bottom of the “1768” TBTC baseball jersey that was alleged to be a Minnessota Twins gamer?

    If so I’d really be interested[/quote]

    I never heard back from the local collector expert I sent the auction link to.

    The auction itself was up to slightly over $250, but the seller ended the auction early, so I never got to see a final price on what others thought it was worth. It’s still a mystery.[/quote]

    Thanks. I still think it was somebody’s (Twins
    or Minor League) TBTC as in that era it was very difficult to buy authentic jerseys, much less a jersey with such a collar.

  • Garfield | August 3, 2008 at 4:08 am |

    [quote comment=”283011″][quote comment=”282991″][quote comment=”282990″]Check out the red glove, high socks, white shoes and red laces on Manny.

    http://www.flickr.co...

    Also check out the red spikes on Andruw’s shoes.[/quote]

    Now that should have been the lead picture this morning.[/quote]

    Check out his shoes here …

    http://www.flickr.co...

    big pimpin[/quote]

    Those would be the Nike Air Rejuven8 shoes

  • Frank | August 4, 2008 at 3:39 am |

    [quote comment=”283024″]I was looking at Miami Dolphins jerseys online and noticed something strange. Everyone had the dropshadow on their numbers going to down and the right, exept for Crowder and Roth, who for some reason go UP and to the right.

    http://miamidolphins...

    The authentic jersey get it’s right, at least for Crowder… I guess it’s another footnote in the replica vs. authentic argument, even from the official online pro shop :|

    http://miamidolphins...

  • Pete | August 4, 2008 at 9:27 am |

    Not exactly uni-related, but how long until Kent decides he hates Manny and Rick Reilly devotes entire columns to Jeff Kent’s beef with his new teammate?