MLB Honors Ultimate Sacrifice With Butt-Ugly Jerseys

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Special Offer: Outrageously Overpriced, Instead of SUPER-Outrageously Overpriced

Do you get bummed out when the player whose name is on the back of your $200 $250 $295 polyester shirt is traded, or retires, or ends up in prison? If so, then the Patriots have a deal for you, as you can see above (further details here).

Now, granted, I’ve never had . . . → Read More: Special Offer: Outrageously Overpriced, Instead of SUPER-Outrageously Overpriced

Feeling Blue

As you know, many MLB teams let the starting pitcher choose the jersey for each game. That includes the Braves, at least for their road games. (Their jersey choices for home games are scripted — whites on weekdays, creams on weekends, red flag-descrations on five designated dates.)

That has prompted reader Robert Kittle . . . → Read More: Feeling Blue

Well, That Didn’t Take Long

We got our first serious uni glitch of the MLB season yesterday afternoon, as Cubs outfielder Junior Lake wore the team’s primary road gray jersey (“Chicago”) while the rest of the team was wearing the new alternate (“Cubs”). As you can see above, the Cubbies’ broadcast team noticed the mistake during the bottom . . . → Read More: Well, That Didn’t Take Long