Congrats to the St. Louis Cardinals for winning the National League pennant last night in a thrilling 9-0 victory over the Los Angeles Dodgers. Speaking of the Dodgers, they’ve been eliminated, and with that their National League championship merchandise has been thrown into the fires, or shipped off to third-world
Major League Baseball this afternoon announced that the Los Angeles Dodgers and Arizona Diamondbacks will open the 2014 MLB season with two games in Sydney, Australia. And these aren’t just your boring old exhibition games but “genuine competition fixtures”, as the official MLB Sydney 2014 site describes them so brilliantly.
Major League Baseball and New Era are set to unveil their latest league-wide batting practice cap re-design in the coming weeks and we’re taking an in-depth look at the new batting practice caps for each team in 2013 here at SportsLogos.Net going through one division at a time. Up next, we look at the
As part of their annual “Stars and Stripes” program, New Era and Major League Baseball has produced a cap for every Major League team featuring a camouflage-patterned logo. These special caps will be worn by all 30 clubs during the 2012 season on the following three dates: Monday, May 28th;
It was another green-filled St. Patrick’s Day in the world of sports last night; 19 of the 30 Major League Baseball teams wore something green during their games yesterday while a couple NBA teams and a whole slew of minor league hockey teams joined in on the fun. Simply click
As we wind-down and enter the last few days of the year, what better time than now to reflect upon this past year in baseball logos and uniforms? Nearly every team in the Bigs did something new or special uniform-wise during the course of the 2011 Major League Baseball season,
Maybe the key to keeping your new logo from being leaked is to do it yourself and hope nobody notices… That may have been the strategy employed by the Los Angeles Dodgers in rolling out their extremely-subtle change to their primary logo for the 2012 season. Technically not official until
Outdoors hockey! Tomorrow the 2nd octennial Heritage Classic will take place in the frigid outdoor refrigerator most commonly referred to as Calgary, Alberta. They’re calling for a temperature of -22°C tomorrow (-8°F), so that threat of rain they had for the earlier-this-year Winter Classic in Pittsburgh probably won’t be a