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Why Were the Packers Playing on an Infield in 1969?

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Suns Add Yet Another Uniform

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The Suns are such an odd team. On the one hand, there’s their home uniform, which is one of the best looks in the entire league. Then there’s that awful GFGS sleeved design, which was unveiled earlier this year and is easily one of the worst . . . → Read More: Suns Add Yet Another Uniform

Some Thoughts About Infield Design

Got a note a while back from reader Robert Brashear, who pointed out something interesting about Yankee Stadium. The infield dirt used to have a pair of triangular cutouts near the first and third base coaching boxes (for all of these photos, you can click to enlarge):

This year, however, the cutouts haven’t . . . → Read More: Some Thoughts About Infield Design

NFL Goes for the Gold

The next NFL season will culminate with Super Bowl 50 (remember they’re using Arabic numerals for that one, not Roman numerals), and the league is apparently planning to mark that occasion with a season-long initiative called “On the Fifty.”

That news emerged from the NFL owners’ meetings yesterday, where NFL.com writer/podcaster Marc Sessler . . . → Read More: NFL Goes for the Gold