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Cubs Celebrate Title With Subtle Gold-Trimmed Unis

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Under Armour Logo to Appear on MLB Chests in 2020

MLB made it official yesterday: They confirmed that Under Armour will be taking over from Majestic as the game’s official uniform outfitter in 2020 — a development that had first been reported, but not officially acknowledged, about six weeks ago.

But yesterday’s announcement came with a new wrinkle: While the Majestic logo has . . . → Read More: Under Armour Logo to Appear on MLB Chests in 2020

Corporate Theater Unfolds on NHL Gear

[Editor’s Note: Today we have a guest entry from Brian Rowland, who maintains an L.A. Kings equipment-tracker blog and has some observations to share regarding hockey gear. This entry was written and edited prior to yesterday’s news that the owner of the Bauer brand has filed for bankruptcy. It remains to be seen how . . . → Read More: Corporate Theater Unfolds on NHL Gear

And So It Begins

MLB caps entered the logo creep era last night, as the Blue Jays faced the Orioles in the American League Wild Card Game. As I’ve noted before in recent weeks, three teams wore the New Era logo on their special-occasion caps in 2005 (Padres on April 20, Twins on July 3, and White . . . → Read More: And So It Begins