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It was. January 3, 2005. From 8:07 am PST until about 11:15 that morning.

Seriously, Nike? Six years later?

Now they just need to make a Jets or Giants shirt that references the fact the Cowboys play in Arlington.

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It was. January 3, 2005. From 8:07 am PST until about 11:15 that morning.

Seriously, Nike? Six years later?

Now they just need to make a Jets or Giants shirt that references the fact the Cowboys play in Arlington.

What sense would that make?

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It was. January 3, 2005. From 8:07 am PST until about 11:15 that morning.

Seriously, Nike? Six years later?

Now they just need to make a Jets or Giants shirt that references the fact the Cowboys play in Arlington.

Why, did the Cowboys make a shirt that references the fact that the Jets and Giants play in New Jersey?

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It was. January 3, 2005. From 8:07 am PST until about 11:15 that morning.

Seriously, Nike? Six years later?

Now they just need to make a Jets or Giants shirt that references the fact the Cowboys play in Arlington.

lol I don't think Arlington is exactly in the NY/NJ market. The Angles are trying to get a share of the LA market. This would have all been a "moo" point if the Angles did not change there name from Los Angeles to California Angeles in the 60's.

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It was. January 3, 2005. From 8:07 am PST until about 11:15 that morning.

Seriously, Nike? Six years later?

Now they just need to make a Jets or Giants shirt that references the fact the Cowboys play in Arlington.

Why, did the Cowboys make a shirt that references the fact that the Jets and Giants play in New Jersey?

You beat me too it.

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It was. January 3, 2005. From 8:07 am PST until about 11:15 that morning.

Seriously, Nike? Six years later?

Now they just need to make a Jets or Giants shirt that references the fact the Cowboys play in Arlington.

Why, did the Cowboys make a shirt that references the fact that the Jets and Giants play in New Jersey?

Oh, don't :censored:ing start this again.

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Angels began their franchise as the L.A. Angels and they never should have changed. The "of Anaheim" is only on there due to some legal compromise that was made with the city.

They should just shut up and go back to the California Angels. Whooptie do!

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Angels began their franchise as the L.A. Angels and they never should have changed. The "of Anaheim" is only on there due to some legal compromise that was made with the city.

The "legal compromise" was the city of Anaheim paying to renovate Angels Stadium into the nice baseball-only facility it now is. Part of the deal was to rename the team from "California Angels" to "Anaheim Angels". The new owner (he came in after the stadium renovation) Artie Moreno wanted to rebrand as the "Los Angeles Angels" but had to contend with this clause, hence, the ridiculous "Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim".

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Angels began their franchise as the L.A. Angels and they never should have changed. The "of Anaheim" is only on there due to some legal compromise that was made with the city.

The "legal compromise" was the city of Anaheim paying to renovate Angels Stadium into the nice baseball-only facility it now is. Part of the deal was to rename the team from "California Angels" to "Anaheim Angels". The new owner (he came in after the stadium renovation) Artie Moreno wanted to rebrand as the "Los Angeles Angels" but had to contend with this clause, hence, the ridiculous "Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim".

Exactly. Moreno didn't want to use this compromise name, but he had to. Once the deal runs out, I'm pretty confident that he'll go back to "Los Angeles Angels".

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