Paul Lukas’ "Uni Watch" has made a good name for itself.
It’s fun to analyze, pontificate and rank team uniforms and logos. His latest work on ESPN ranks "uniform attractiveness." Milwaukee falls into his group with two major pro sports teams (NFL, MLB, NBA, NHL). He also does a ranking of the 20 cities with three or more teams.
So, what city ranked No. 1 in the "two major pro sports" category? Not Milwaukee. Sorry Brewers. Sorry Bucks. Hail, Kansas City as the Chiefs and Royals take his top rank.
Where did Milwaukee fall? Tied for sixth with Seattle. Here’s the blurb from Lukas:
The Bucks' new set, with its innovative use of cream tones, is a major upgrade. Maybe it'll inspire the Brewers to get a makeover -- and not a moment too soon.
UNI WATCH SCORE: Brewers: 3.5, Bucks: 7.5. UNI: 5.5
Makes you wonder if a logo and uniform over haul is in the works for the Brewers. They kinda need it, right?
Read the full rankings here, and go buy a new Bucks, Brewers, Admirals or Wave jersey today.
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