Nothing Up His Sleeve

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A (Not So) Sticky Situation

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By Phil Hecken

I hadn’t intended to be writing about the NCAA today, since today is Opening Day Night in baseball — and tomorrow the greatest day in sports — but a very noticeable uniform snafu for Michigan State occurred last night. All started well for Sparty, who began the game . . . → Read More: A (Not So) Sticky Situation

Right or Left? Right or Wrong?

We all know by now that if an American flag patch or decal applied to the right sleeve or the right side of an object should always have the blue field facing forward, even if it makes the flag look “backwards,” because that’s how the flag would look from that side when advancing . . . → Read More: Right or Left? Right or Wrong?

Tomahawk Swap

The Blackhawks have two different tomahawk shoulder patches — green-topped for the white jerseys and white-topped for the red jerseys. That leads us to a communiqué from reader Charles Noerenberg, who writes:

My friend recently got me some packs of old hockey cards ranging from 1988-1991, and I opened I noticed something off . . . → Read More: Tomahawk Swap