M's & BoSox Wear Throwbacks to Honor Negro Leagues of 1946

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Dolphins Announce (but don't show) New Alternates

By Phil Hecken

On Friday and yesterday, there had been some speculation that the new Dolphins alternate jersey would be orange, and some additional chatter that the new alternate would be revealed at noon yesterday.

In a bit of a let-down, the Dolphins revealed they would be sporting a 50 seasons patch:

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Astros & Angels Celebrate 50 Years of Astros (and the Astrodome)

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By Phil Hecken

Yesterday evening the Houston Astros, as part of their 50 Anniversary of the Astrodome (also 50 years since they were renamed “Astros”) Celebration, and the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim, played a throwback game in the Astrodome. Both teams wore throwbacks, as you can see from the splash . . . → Read More: Astros & Angels Celebrate 50 Years of Astros (and the Astrodome)

The Return of the Peyote Coyote

The most audacious uniform in NHL history made its triumphant return to the ice last night, as the Coyotes wore “Peyote Coyote” throwbacks against the Canucks.

I know what you’re thinking: “There’ve been crazier uniforms than that.” And sure, there’s Wild Wing and Burger King, but those were both one-season alternate designs that . . . → Read More: The Return of the Peyote Coyote