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Uni Watch Blog Digest for the Week Ending Sept. 15, 2023
One-stop shopping for the past week of Uni Watch Blog content.
The weekly blog digests are back! Here’s what’s been happening on the Uni Watch Blog over the past week:
Saturday and Sunday, Sept. 9 and 10
Monday, Sept. 11
I posted our first Monday Morning Uni Watch report of the NFL season, with a recap of all of Sunday’s uni news.
Former Yankees pitcher David Wells covered up the Nike logo on his Old-Timers’ Day jersey because, in his words, “I hate Nike! They’re woke!”
Tuesday, Sept. 12
In a long-awaited development (at least here at Uni Watch HQ), Cubs prospect Pete Crow-Armstrong and his prodigious NOB finally made their MLB debut.
Here’s how MLB teams commemorated the anniversary of 9/11.
Wednesday, Sept. 13
Yankees pitcher Carlos Rodón apparently has some issues with the team’s sleeve ad.
Turning to the NHL, Chicago is adding a memorial patch for owner Rocky Wirtz, who died earlier this year.
More NHL: The Hurricanes can’t decide which red jersey they like and are also bringing back their Whalers throwbacks.
The capture of the Pennsylvania prison escapee had a surprising NFL uni twist.
Thursday, Sept. 14
As I hope you already saw, I published my latest quarterly “Ask Me Anything” installment.
I spotted an awesome vintage baseball uniform that lives up to its “Classic” chest insignia.
You know those padded Guardian Caps that lots of football teams now wear in practices? A Minnesota high school team is wearing them for games.
Friday, Sept. 15
Some new NBA City Edition designs have leaked.
Here’s how MLB teams will be observing Roberto Clemente Day.
The Cowboys are adding a memorial decal for former team exec Gil Brandt.
The Brewers are the latest MLB team to add a sleeve advertisement.
Uni Watch News Tickers
In addition to the articles I just linked to, we also had the Uni Watch News Ticker — our daily roundup of news items from across the uni-verse. Here are the Tickers for Saturday, Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday.
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