SHUT UP N’ PLAY IS BACK with all new designs and the same no-nonsense attitude. Let the world know that you take your sports seriously. Choose your sport and make a stand today.The Shut Up N’ Play apparel line came to prominence back in the mid-nineties when just about every professional player of note could be seen wearing one or more of the SUNP line.The message of Shut Up N’ Play was an instant hit all over the country for those who let their performance speak for itself and left the whining and lip service in the dugout. The SUNP message has never been more appreciated in today’s sports environment. Once again, players and fans alike can stand up and simply state, “Shut Up N’ Play!”
Chipper is sporting his Shut Up N Play mock on his Pinnacle 96’ Baseball Cards. Christie Brinkley (Yes that Super Model) was behind the cameras on this photo shoot with the NL MVP and 8 time all-star third baseman with the Atlanta Braves. Hello Cooperstown when he finally retires. Aug. 09, 2012 | Comments: none [...]
Bernie is accepting his AL Championship MVP Award in 1996. As you can see Bernie is wearing his Shut Up N Play game worn T-shirt drenched in victory champagne. Shut Up N Play was Bernie’s battle cry along with most of the World Series Champions.
Tim Alders, owner and president of Shut Up N’ Play, appeared on the MSG sports broadcasting network. The interview took place on the infield at the Ballpark in Arlington, home of the Texas Rangers. Mr. Alders discusses the origins of SUNP and the line as it existed at that time in 1995.