NFL to Tone Down the Pink, Play Up the Camo

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Yesterday afternoon . . . → Read More: NFL to Tone Down the Pink, Play Up the Camo

In Which the Mets Find Yet Another Way to Be Confounding

An odd little storyline unfolded last night on social media, as fans noticed a subtle change that had been made to the Mets’ classic skyline logo. Here, see if you can spot it (ignore the color differences and the trademark symbols):

Can you see it? Look at the blue skyline, and zero in . . . → Read More: In Which the Mets Find Yet Another Way to Be Confounding

Good Thing the NFL Season Is Starting, and Not a Moment Too Soon

The Derek Jeter Farewell Tour officially became unbearable last night, as Newsday reported that the Yanks would be retiring Jeter’s number this Sunday — three weeks before the end of the season. That prompted The Daily News to say, “Nuh-uh, no they’re not,”, which in turn prompted Newsday to respond, “Actually, they haven’t . . . → Read More: Good Thing the NFL Season Is Starting, and Not a Moment Too Soon

A Long-Lost Cardinals Prototype Design

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Nine days ago, when I was still on my August break from the site, there was a one-sentence Ticker item that I think deserves a closer look, so that’s what we’re going to focus on today.

The Ticker item was a link to this short video . . . → Read More: A Long-Lost Cardinals Prototype Design