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Pair of Sevens

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Ten...er TWELVE Little 'Indians' Replacements

By Phil Hecken

And now the moment you’ve all been waiting for — the announcement of the ten…er, twelve semi-finalists in the “Cleveland Baseball Club Contest” in which readers were asked to submit proposals for a new name, logo and uniforms for the team currently called the “Indians.” Why twelve and not ten? . . . → Read More: Ten…er TWELVE Little ‘Indians’ Replacements

When Databases Grow Up

By Phil Hecken

By now, most of you are well aware of the “Gridiron Uniform Database,” the joint project between Tim Brulia, Bill Schafer, and Rob Holecko which is, as the name implies, a database which tracks all of the uniforms worn by every NFL team, by season, beginning with the 1933 season . . . → Read More: When Databases Grow Up

When the Shorts Were Short and the Socks Were Long

What you see above are the wonderful star-spangled socks worn by the Philadelphia 76ers four decades ago. They’re my favorite detail in a 25-minute promotional film called New Faces of the NBA, which was made early in the 1971-72 season. Narrated by Charlie Jones and produced in a very NFL Films-esque style, it’s . . . → Read More: When the Shorts Were Short and the Socks Were Long