Malware? No — Mal-wear!

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A Closer Look at MLB Patch Sharing

First and foremost: If you’ve been having any technical trouble with the site, please try clearing your browser’s cache. Should solve it. Sorry for the hassle.

Now then: As daily readers are aware, lately I’ve been following the phenomenon of MLB teams sharing memorial patches. It appears to have started last season, when . . . → Read More: A Closer Look at MLB Patch Sharing

What's the Proper Response, If Any, to a Non-Sports Tragedy?

Over the past couple of days, there have been at least three teams that have acknowledged real-world tragedies on their uniforms, or at least announced plans to do so:

• The Diamondbacks responded to the 19 fallen firefighters by creating a new black “Arizona” jersey with a “19″ patch. They’ll continue to wear . . . → Read More: What’s the Proper Response, If Any, to a Non-Sports Tragedy?

Patchwork

There were lots of patch- and logo-related developments around the sports word yesterday, with several of them coming from the NHL draft. One at a time:

• The Ducks unveiled a 20th-anniversary logo, which will be worn as a jersey patch. Looks solid enough, if not particularly remarkable. (Also: If you go back . . . → Read More: Patchwork