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  1. Yes, agreed! You can see the red crown clearly, just above Mauer's ears (below the "censored" part).
  2. I like your uni concepts, but I tend to think the words "DIAMONDBACKS" and "ARIZONA" will be in the new font:
  3. The Rochester Red Wings (AAA Minnesota Twins affiliate) unveiled their new 2014 uniforms today: http://www.milb.com/news/article.jsp?ymd=20140328&content_id=70312384&fext=.jsp&vkey=news_t534&sid=t534&tcid=fb_article_70312384 The road jersey (with block "ROCHESTER") remains unchanged, and has been used since 2008. The home uni (white) and Sunday/BP jersey (black) are new. Although I'm not really sold on the new black jersey, I love the new home uni. Simple, modern, classic. A definite upgrade from their last set! As an aside, myself and other members of the Rochester Baseball Historical Society (RochesterBaseballHistory.org) contributed the historical jerseys for the backdrop.
  4. The Rochester Red Wings (AAA Minnesota Twins affiliate) will be unveiling their new uniforms this Friday (3/28).
  5. As a die-hard Yankee fan, I'm a little torn on the subject of an alternate. While I agree that the pinstripes are part of the identity and part of the experience that people come to see, that doesn't mean that there's no room for an alt. For example, one way to go would be to adopt a plain navy (with interlocking NY) jersey and only wear it as a road alt. That way people who come to Yankee Stadium still get to see the pinstripes, but they can change things up on the road. Similarly, what about a throwback home alt? Like the 1915 home - the jersey could be cream colored and could be paired with the pinstriped hat. Too late for 2014, but would be cool as a "here's what we wore 100 years ago" thing in 2015.
  6. As a Rochesterian and huge Red Wings fan, I, as well as many others, judging by the team's Facebook page, was incredibly disappointed in this new logo set. Rochester's baseball roots date to 1825, with professional baseball dating to 1877, the oldest franchise in minor league baseball. The team is terrible at embracing that history, and this is just the latest sad chapter. The character ("Spikes") is fine as a mascot, but why does he have to be the basis of the team's entire identity system? I, for one, was so glad to hear of a logo update - I figured it would be the end of "Spikes", who has befouled our hats for 17 years. Unfortunately that was not the case. Such a missed opportunity. The Wings' Facebook page is lighting up with negative comments. The fans aren't embracing this new look. There are a lot of traditionalists here. As an aside, the only of these three caps that I would consider buying, the BP, wasn't available for purchase at the unveiling event, and I was told that it would not be until March.
  7. Today at 4:00 the Rochester Red Wings (AAA / Minnesota) will unveil their new logo. <link>
  8. Rochester Red Wings (AAA affiliate / Minnesota Twins) will be unveiling a new logo (and merchandise) at a fan event on 11/1/13 at 3:30 PM.
  9. @Grubstreet - they had a version of the "FC" hats available this past season in the team store. They're currently selling them online (click here). It's New Era's "29Twenty" model, which is cotton, like a 47 hat. If it's the 5950 you're looking for, they do show up (used) on ebay occasionally. Hope that helps...
  10. I suspect the Rochester Red Wings (AAA Minnesota Twins affiliate) are ditching the solid black jerseys. All of last year's black jerseys were recently put up for auction, including team-issued / non-player worn, which would indicate to me that they're liquidating them. The black jersey was their primary home jersey from 1997-2000 and again from 2005-2010. They were worn as alternate jerseys in '11, '12 and '13, although they were worn more often than the supposed "home" jersey, which is white with black raglan sleeves. I suspect the latter will be their primary home jersey in '14, and they might perhaps add a new alternate jersey, or wear their red BPs as alternate game jerseys, which they've done in the past.
  11. Yes, they certainly appear to be pullovers / faux button downs. You can see a horizontal seam just above the upper button on both the "Bisons" and "Buffalo" images. They're button down down to that seam, but the buttons are faux below the seam. Good catch.
  12. I've done some Rochester Red Wings items: 1932 home jersey 1981 Cal Ripken jersey 1988 Steve Finley jersey (signed) 1970 Bobby Grich jersey Early 1990s jacket
  13. I'll second what Eye said - I live on the east coast (Rochester, NY) and I barely know anything about San Jose. My (uneducated) guess before reading this thread would've been that it's a smaller-market city, like Buffalo or Green Bay. Little did I know! I don't know why it's not a well-known city, or given its due as being a "big" city, but I doubt I'm the only one in the East that would've guessed it a minor market.
  14. Here's one - the Syracuse Chiefs (AAA). Their home and road sets are based on the post-2004 Blue Jays unis (who were their parent club until a few years ago). Their home / away colors are Black/Blue/Silver. But they have a red alt jersey similar to their current parent club, the Nationals:
  15. RoughRiders9, you're right, what a small world! I PM'd you. Griffinmarlins, thanks for the feedback. While I agree, it might be interesting with yellow outlines, I think for the purposes of this concept, things are better when kept simple. One of my overriding goals was to get back to the Wings' roots and I think the navy/red color scheme does this nicely.