• California Angels

    On February 3, Carew was traded to the Angels for outfielder Ken Landreaux, catcher/first baseman Dave Engle, right-handed pitcher Paul Hartzell, and left-handed pitcher Brad Havens.
  • Colorado Avalanche

    Led by captain Joe Sakic, forward Peter Forsberg, and defenseman Adam Foote on the ice and Pierre Lacroix as the general manager and Marc Crawford as the head coach, the Avalanche became stronger when All-Star Montreal Canadiens goalie Patrick Roy joined the team.
  • Los Angeles Lakers

    By winning 33 straight games, Los Angeles set a record for longest winning streak of any team in American professional sports. The Lakers won 69 games that season, which stood as the NBA record for 24 years until the Chicago Bulls won 72 games in 1995–96.
  • Denver Broncos

    In 1995, the Broncos debuted a new head coach, Mike Shanahan, and a new rookie running back, Terrell Davis. In 1996, the Broncos were the top seed in the AFC with a 13–3 record, dominating most of the teams that year.
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Milwaukee Brewers Primary Logo Stream

Milwaukee Brewer Logo HistoryThe Milwaukee Brewers originated in Seattle, Washington as the Seattle Pilots, the Pilots lasted only a year because of financial and stadium problems. The move to Milwaukee happened so quickly that equipment was on trucks and not sure where to go Seattle or Milwaukee. In addition the uniforms from Seattle were rapidly changed from Pilots to Brewers, however the colors had to stay the same. Bud Selig had planned on a change of the colors, but was unable to because of the timing. So to this day the Brewers color are blue and gold, but with a different shades of blue and gold.

The first and only Pilot’s logo was simple and plain. The first Milwaukee Brewer logo, since it was so abruptly created and design was not that bad of a beginning logo. The slugging Brewer logo lasted for seven years, till some would say their classic logo was created and designed. The lower case letter “b” and “m” forming a catcher’s mitt with a baseball in the center has great creativity and imagination. Logos can be a remembrance of time, uniforms and players. During this time key players such as Robin Yount, Paul Molitor, and Gorman Thomas brought the spotlight to the Brewers.

Arizona Diamondbacks Primary Logo Stream

Diamondback primary logo historyThe Arizona Diamondbacks have been in existence since 1998 as an expansion team along with Tampa Bay Rays who were formerly known then as the Tampa Bay Devil Rays. The Diamondbacks have had the fortune of playing in a World Series and winning it all in 2001. As a recent expansion team winning in 2001 is quite an accomplishment, only the Miami Marlins as a recent expansion team has won a world series, besides the Dbacks.

In looking at the logo history of the Diamondbacks, they have consistently us the snake designed letter “A” with a snake tongue in the center. From 1998 to the present logo they have change the fonts on the two different wordmarks and once the colors.

The Diamondback’s featured primary logo in 1998 was with the original colors of purple, black, teal and copper. The logo is a nice looking logo that represents the heart of the desert community. The dominate color of teal was attractive till they changed to the Sedona Red dominance.

One Image for all 32 NFL Logos History

The oldest known National Football League logo is either the Chicago Bears or the Arizona Cardinals. Both teams began playing professional football in 1920. The Cardinals were known as the Chicago Cardinals and the Bears were known as the Decatur Staleys back in the 1920’s. Since 1920 when the Bears and Cardinals started using a NFL logo the league has grown to 32 teams with a total of 157 different logo used a their primary logo over the almost 100 years of existence. To see all the NFL logos for each team click here.

So with 157 NFL logos dating back to 1920, Yahoo Sports' Eric Orvieto has created a wonderful gif image of all the NFL logos. This gif images follows the chronological order of all the NFL logo throughout their history. The image follows the beginning starting with the Bears and Cardinals in 1920 to present day newest logo by the Los Angeles Rams.

 

Baseball Road Trip

BaseballRoadTripWell growing up in the 70's and I have always wanting to go on a stadium road trip. Reading an article from the LA Times about a person who had traveled to several cities to see as many baseball games as possible. This was a west coast start in Los Angeles and finishing in St. Louis. They were able to see the Dodgers, Angels, Padres, Giants, A's, Rangers, Astros, Royals and the Cardinals. I was envious. I was wishing. I was wanting. How could I do this on a shoe string budget. Well it never happened, but I sure live through this article the daily activities of the writer and was captivated.

I doing some other research I have stumbled on a website that can make any person's dream of a baseball road trip a reality. The site is called Baseball-RoadTrip.com. How cool is that.

NBA Moves to 20 Years or Older Limit

adamsilverThe new commissioner Adam Silver has as his number one priority for the NBA is to change the age of players entering the NBA from 19 years old to 20 years old. This would mean that a player would have to play two years of college basketball before he is eligilable to enter the NBA draft. This is a very smart move. Let me say it again, this is a smart move.