Under Armour Unveils New Under Armour Uniform for Under Armour (special thanks to Under Armour)

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Let’s Hope This Doesn’t Give the Detroit Tigers Any Ideas

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When Adidas and Louisville unveiled the team’s opening-day uniforms back in July, they left out a key visual detail: The NOB lettering is done in an old English font.

It’s not clear if this was the plan all along or if it was a late-breaking decision . . . → Read More: Let’s Hope This Doesn’t Give the Detroit Tigers Any Ideas

What Are the Most Common MLB NOBs?

[Editor’s Note: Today we have a guest entry from Brandon Brewer, who’s going to enlighten us on an interesting statistical metric. — PL]

By Brandon Brewer

I’m very interested in names. I love finding out how people get them, what they mean, and how they look in print. Watching a lot of baseball . . . → Read More: What Are the Most Common MLB NOBs?

Play for the Name on the Front of the Jersey (and the back, while you’re at it)

Potentially entertaining development yesterday in the world of minor league baseball, as Marlins farmhand Austin Nola (above left) was promoted from the Double-A Jacksonville Suns to the Triple-A New Orleans Zephyrs, whose wardrobe includes a navy jersey with a “NOLA” chest mark (above right).

That got a lot of folks very excited, . . . → Read More: Play for the Name on the Front of the Jersey (and the back, while you’re at it)