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About johnnysama

  • Birthday April 13

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    Washington State
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    80s music, sports, anime/manga, comedy, being international, Canada, retro stuff.
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    Vancouver Canucks current/1980s era, LA Kings Gretzky era, Mariners current

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  1. Hey, I have that same Canada hockey jersey.
  2. Very first-rate work here.
  3. ^ Sad that Tigers road uniform lasted one year (1994)- they were late to the 'racing stripe' party. (The road script on that jersey is still used today, though.) This is the versatile Minnesota Viking offensive lineman Randall McDaniel playing out the string with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in 2000.
  4. Going somewhat tangentially off-topic here, I know that such helmets exist in the college ranks, but what hydro-dipped helmets for pro football teams? Which teams would look best wearing such a helmet?
  5. One of these days, if I find one of those TATC uniforms, I will get one. (I would prefer the Mariners model, of course.)
  6. Tim Thomas, a relative latecomer, spent his early years of his NHL career in that very same Bruins pre-RBK Edge set.
  7. Found a Red Sox BP cap for $6 and an Orioles BP jersey for $8.
  8. ^ That is of the former independent Minor League baseball team Calgary Vipers (first of the North American League, then the Golden Baseball League)- they were in operation from 2005-10.
  9. Holy crap, those stirrups are pencil thin!
  10. You know, I love white athletic shoes. But that is beside my point, because lately, I've noticed a growing number of players this season in MLB wearing white cleats that aren't members of the Oakland A's. It would take me quite a while to provide pics, but the white shoe fan in me is giddy with excitement. Which begs this Q- Has MLB gotten lax with its shoe code (as in, letting only players wear either base black, blue or red shoes, depending on the team colors)?
  11. Introducing.... Kurt Warner, Green Bay Packer, in 1994 (he's in the center of this shot, wearing #12, later made famous by Aaron Rodgers).
  12. Aah, yes, the ProCap. Steve Wallace of the 49ers also had one as well:
  13. Lately, I've noticed that the Toronto Blue Jays, when they introduced their new-generation white front panel cap with their current look a few years back, only wore them sparingly. This season, I'm seeing them more often, and on top of this, the team has also introduced an accompanying white front panel batting helmet. Is this now part of their regular look or something?
  14. Being a Seahawks fan, I can remember when the team moved to Los Angeles in 1996, but the NFL put the kibosh on the move. Had the move gone through, I would've likely.. oh, geez, became either a Raider or 49er fan. Yikes. That's rather unthinkable.
  15. Looks odd to see that look- oh, and a slight correction, this was in the 1978 preseason.