Mitch B

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About Mitch B

  • Birthday 05/30/1964

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    Richmond, VA
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    Motorcycles, Dirtbikes, Music, Acting, Sports

    Football: Miami Dolphins, Baseball: NY Mets Baseball, Boston Red Sox, Basketball: Kansas Jayhawks, Boston Celtics, Hockey: Boston Bruins, Soccer: Barรงa, Liverpool, Juventus, DC United, Nascar: Denny Hamlin
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    New York Mets, Houston Texans, St. Louis Cardinals Jersey Logo, Flying WVU Logo, Hartford Whalers
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    Miami Dolphins, New York Mets, Kansas Jayhawks, FC Barcelona

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  1. Changes to Titans uniforms in 2018 are 'not minor'

    Why does no one in the NFL want to embrace powder blue as a primary color?
  2. They could honor the Iroquois Tribes which would include the Erie people that once occupied that neck of the woods.
  3. Cleveland should follow the lead of the Spokane Indians and brand their team in a manner respectful to indigenous people. https://indiancountrymedianetwork.com/culture/sports/spokane-indians-take-historic-step-with-logo-in-salish-language/
  4. MLB changes 2018?

    Yes please ... I so miss the Angels as a red AND navy team.
  5. The XFL may be making a comeback

    I for one was a big USFL fan. I fondly miss the Philadelphia/Baltimore Stars. ๐Ÿ‡บ๐Ÿ‡ธ ๐Ÿˆโญ๏ธ๐Ÿˆโญ๏ธ๐Ÿˆโญ๏ธ๐Ÿˆโญ๏ธ๐Ÿ‡บ๐Ÿ‡ธ
  6. MLB changes 2018?

    Or perhaps it was that the Beverly Hills City Hall Bld as been portrayed as the Police Station.
  7. MLB changes 2018?

    If my memory serves me correctly, the Beverly Hills Police Dept. Building has actually be used as the L.A. City Hall in some movies.
  8. Leeds United New Crest

    Non traditional, Ultramodern, 21st century, and Cutting Edge ... I don't like it, however, and would have gone with upgrading the crest from the 80's ('81-84).
  9. Seattle NHL Brand Discussion

    The Seattle Sea Lions gets my vote (if I had a vote).
  10. Alignment history question

    We definitely have that divide here in Virginia. Rural areas vote Red. Our cities (which are independent from our counties) and the majority of the most populated counties vote Blue consistently. I live in Chesterfield (a suburb of Richmond), one of the very few high population counties that still consistently goes Red, but the margins of victory are slowly getting smaller of late.
  11. Alignment history question

    Virginia and the Carolinas are business friendly with lower taxes and fewer regulations. Businesses expand or relocate here, which in turn attracts folks from the northeast and the rust belt who are drawn to lower costs of living and relatively milder winters. Over time, we are seeing it change the political leanings in some areas.
  12. Alignment history question

    The Federal Gov't., the military, and lower cost of living have brought many northeasterners here .
  13. Alignment history question

    I have a question for the great sports minds of this board: Prior to professional sports expansion in the 1960s, were the St. Louis Cardinals the MLB "Team of the South"? I have only ancedotal evidence to support this thesis, but growing up I rembember my maternal Grandfather, a southerner, and other men of his generation waxing nostalgically about the great "Gas House Gang" and the Cardinals' Nation of the first half of the 20th Century. My perception has always been that the Cards were the NY Yankees of the South at one time. Any thoughts?
  14. Alignment history question

    I've been in Baltimore during interleague play and it appears that fans of the Phillies travel well in support of their team.
  15. Alignment history question

    One of my biggest frustrations with American sports is the trend to replace or prevent natural rivalries to appease certain team owners, college conferences and the tv networks. I understand the motivations, but can you imagine if the Orioles and Nationals were in the same division and playing meaningful games against each other in the late season? How about an NFL division with Washington, Baltimore and Philly? It would be fierce like the derbies in European football.