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Under Armour, Fanatics Ink MLB Uniform Deal for 2020

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Not the End of the World After All

Ageless Mets pitcher Bartolo Col√≥n tossed eight scoreless frames last night. Toward the end of the game, Phil emailed me the photo shown above, with the subject line, “Now THAT is a side panel.” And yeah, a plus-sized jersey definitely makes for a plus-sized mesh insert.

But that led me to mention something . . . → Read More: Not the End of the World After All

The Dodgers Go 3-D

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The Dodgers unveiled new batting helmets for their home opener yesterday. The matte finish is nothing new, of course (the entire N.L. west has now gone matte), but the “LA” logos on the helmets are definitely worth a closer look. They’re raised off of the helmet shell, and were produced by a 3D printer. The slideshow above provides a good sense of how it looked. (Continue reading)

Reports Raise Questions About Group Tied to Camouflage Uniforms

Many camouflage or other military-themed uniforms these days are produced and marketed in conjunction with the Wounded Warrior Project, which has become a popular charity for uniform tie-ins and merchandise lines.

Under Armour has particularly close ties to the WWP. Under Armour is the WWP’s official apparel provider, and has created some of . . . → Read More: Reports Raise Questions About Group Tied to Camouflage Uniforms