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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
By now you’ve no doubt heard about yesterday’s regional NLRB ruling that Northwestern football players can form a union. There’s a big uni-related component to this story because the ruling, if it’s upheld on appeal, will likely allow the players to profit off of their names and likenesses. This means the people who . . . → Read More: What Does the Northwestern/NLRB Ruling Mean for Uniforms?
By Phil Hecken
Ah. Freebies at the ballpark. It’s been a while since I went to a baseball game with the expressed purpose of getting some swag, and if my (admittedly faulty) memory serves me, I never really got anything “worth” using — except twice. Usually it was a crappy poster (that ended . . . → Read More: Everyone Loves Free Stuff — A Sampling of MLB Ballpark Giveaways for 2013