World #1 Novak Djokovic is changing clothes. He's jumped from repping the tacky-to-goofy Sergio Tacchini brand to wearing Uniqlo, a Japanese alternative-basics line whose growth (as many as 300 new stores opening every year until 2020) rivals Nole's own dominance of the men's pro tour.
We have robots that make baseball omniscience possible, hungry algorithms ingesting pitch speeds and release points and excreting velocity charts and heat maps. Every MLB game c. 2012 is more thoroughly documented than the Spanish-American War. This is mostly a good thing.