I am so excited for this upcoming film about Jackie Robinson! A good friend of our team worked on this production and told us all the baseball uniforms were replicated meticulously by Ebbets Field Flannels to match their 20th century counterparts. It will be exciting to see the uniforms in action and to find out what kind of gear EFF decides to release to the public.
You may not be a baseball fan. You may not have ever spent a single moment of your life in Atlanta nor plan to. But this is a post that any American, especially baseball fans, Atlanta and Austin residents, should read. Just stick with me for a bit as I give you some background on the game, the city, and the reason this should matter to you. Read the rest of this entry »
Just in time for playoffs – A fresh batch of our Navy/Red Nokahoma tee in all sizes including women’s tees too! Limited quantities as always… Order online by 8pm today (10/3) and we’ll make sure your package arrives by Friday mail (ATL only). We will also be selling these in person between 7-9pm on Thursday evening (10/4) at our ATL studio. Our address is listed under “Stockists” on WeAreTheProcess.com
In 2013, I’ll be most hyped to see 42, the real life story of baseball legend Jackie Robinson. The film starring Chadwick Boseman, Harrison Ford and Alan Tudyk went through a grueling spring/summer production schedule, the majority of which took place outside in historic ballparks all over the country. Word on the street is Ebbets Field Flannels produced all of the period-perfect baseball caps and uniforms. The uniforms are so historically accurate that they have soft bills and were made out of vintage bolts of flannel from the 40′s and 50′s. It makes me wonder where they’re keeping the leftover props from the film. I’d love to score a cap or two. Perhaps I’ll get lucky on eBay one day. Meticulous attention to detail will make this film shine. Check out the official trailer after the jump. Read the rest of this entry »
I scored Chipper Jones’ last official bobblehead at the Ted last night. My homie, Jamie Gordon, and I had a blast bro-ing-out and watching Chipper treat the crowd with 2 homeruns & curtain calls. Nothing beats summertime, baseball, and good friends. Glad to live in ATL…
This is the cap the Atlanta Braves will be wearing at home on Memorial Day against the St. Louis Cardinals. For the fifth consecutive year, every MLB club will honor America’s veterans by wearing “Stars & Stripes” caps made by New Era. Just like previous years, a portion of the proceeds to each cap will be going to the Welcome Back Veterans fund. “Stars & Stripes” caps will also be worn league-wide on July 4th, and presumably on September 11th.
What’s new about the “Stars & Stripes” caps this year is that New Era is venturing away from the red, white, & blue color schemes from previous years. Caps will remain in each team’s official colors, but a digital camouflage applique will fill the team’s logo as well as the MLB logo as a nod to modern day military uniforms.
The Cincinnati Reds will honor Chipper Jones with special bases at the Great American Ball Park during their 4-game set against the Atlanta Braves this week. The bases are emblazoned with a plaque reading, “Celebrating the Career of #10 Chipper Jones” bearing both the Reds & Braves team logos. I’m impressed to see a team honor an opposing player in this way, but it’s no surprise as Chipper Jones is sure to be a 1st ballot Hall of Fame inductee. 2 weeks ago, the Chicago Cubs gave Chipper the Atlanta Braves flag that was flying at Wrigley Field during his last visit to the Friendly Confines as an MLB player.