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  1. Las Vegas 51s to Get New Name, New Everything in 2019

    With this news I've been finding out recently that I'm the only one who dislikes the 51's identity. An alien based identity could be really cool. The current one is not. Give me neon green and black, not royal blue. Such a missed opportunity.
  2. Jackie Robinson Day 2018: New Patches and Everyone is #42

    I don't remember the exact numbers, but from my days in sports retail I can tell you the amount being donated from NFL Breast Cancer Awareness merchandise and similar causes was very low, especially compared to the profit they're turning on the merchandise itself. I don't imagine the JR42 merchandise to be much different from MLB.
  3. UA - MLB Deal Delayed Until 2020

    The Diamondbacks rebrand was primarily done in-house but the uniforms were actually outsourced to Under Armour.
  4. Jackie Robinson Day 2018: New Patches and Everyone is #42

    Wearing the same number to represent equality is a nice idea, but wearing patches with the sole purpose (let's be honest here) of selling more merchandise is pathetic.
  5. UA - MLB Deal Delayed Until 2020

    Colored jerseys have been worn in MLB for 55 years. 46 if you don't want to count colored jerseys worn with matching colored pants. And before that colored uniforms were common until 1917. So unless you watched baseball during the 1918-1962 period, you should be used to them by now. (If that's the case, so be it, but I imagine the majority of the members of this community are too young for that to be the case.) I completely understand preferring the traditional white and gray setup to colored jerseys, but acting like they "don't belong in MLB" is a bit silly at this point. Since 1900, colored uniforms have been in use for a longer period than they haven't.
  6. MLB changes 2018?

    This is the second or third season they've worn those navy jerseys. I think the red jerseys were a special event, not worn regularly. The white jerseys are new for 2018.
  7. Biggest Upgrades in Sports history

    This might be the best upgrade of all time. They went from a forgettable, generic look that was poorly designed to a unique and well developed identity that has stood the test of time. The identity utilizes unique colors and has a clear theme, but has never been over the top or gimmicky. It's actually kind of surprising to see something that timeless come out of the 90's. It's a modern classic that appeared just before the merchandise craze and has proven to be a strong identity for years.
  8. MLB changes 2018?

    A simple adjustment of the brightness and warmth of the image reveals the jersey is indeed light blue with navy lettering.
  9. MLB changes 2018?

    They plan to wear the BP cap quite a bit this year during games.
  10. Biggest Upgrades in Sports history

    My new band name.
  11. Many, if not most, use sublimated graphics now. It was a big push from some of the uniform suppliers, namely Wilson, in recent years.
  12. MLB changes 2018?

    I was shocked to learn a few years ago that baseball teams used to move into a new stadium part way through a season. Something like that would never happen today. The fact that it happened at Safeco Field is insane, given how recent that was.
  13. Cincinnati Reds: Time For A Change?

    If it's not appropriate to post links to concepts, the mods may remove this. I'm not sure where we stand on that but this thread seems like the perfect example of an appropriate time. This is a concept I made last year: Cincinnati Reds
  14. MLB changes 2018?

    The A's should be unveiling theirs today (I think people here are going to be happy). Off the top of my head I think there's one more alternate uniform we haven't seen. And two hats. There's also some special event stuff in the works but I'm not sure how that's going to be handled.
  15. MLB changes 2018?

    The good thing about the Tigers change is that the D logo will finally be the right size on the caps. I've always hated how small it was.