Deciding between baseball and football can be a difficult choice: Marino and Brady both considered the bigs before choosing the gridiron, and Deion managed to do both well, despite being unable to hit in either. For a company that'll let you do both, via hilarious shirts, check out Phanadelphia.
From two guys out of Exton, Phan's a catchphrase-generating t-shirt biz that assigns slogans to star players on the Eagles, Phils, and the Soul. Just kidding, they barely have uniforms. On the hardball tip, there's a formal badge centered by a ball and Liberty Bell declaring the city "Halladelphia", a logo complete with the slick-haired second baseman for Utley's Hair Gel ("It's Utley Amazing"!), and a tribute to The Hangover, with the three bffs replaced by Utley, JRoll, and a baby-toting Howard, whose Big Piece you see way too much of in the end credits. Getting into football are jawns like "Magnum, t.e.", which confuses Brent Celek with the well-mustached Tom, "10 Speed" and "Re-Vick-ulous", featuring the star WR and QB's silhouettes against sunburst backdrops, and "Don't Do It, Andy", which lampoons the coach's poor decision-making when it comes to
dieting the Super Bowl time management parenting replays.
If you're the clingy type, Phan's even doing a shirt for a guy that ain't here anymore, with the big-lettered "Dawkins Forever", whose star will never fade in Philly, even though he’s past his prime time.