soxkrazy

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  1. Don't see the irony. Sox wore gray with navy lettering beginning in 1901 - two years before the Yankees existed - and wore it for 2/3 of the 20th century.
  2. 2008 Red Sox did not wear any gold or cap/jersey commemorative patches. The '05 team started the trend, and the '14 team repeated it.
  3. Me, too. Always thought it was funny that casual Sox fans thought the navy script was "too Yankees," when Boston's road lettering was navy for much of its history prior to 1990.
  4. Any word on the 2017 Red Sox BP?
  5. All of their on-field caps have been on clearance since the end of the season, and I did get confirmation that there would be new caps. No idea what they will look like, though the teaser suggests the gator theme.
  6. It's so frustrating that the official/authentic Super Bowl jerseys are not available for sale. Screen-printed replicas with different patches don't cut it. Even MLB/Majestic has its act together for baseball's postseason gear. Why, NFL/Nike, why?
  7. They are. Two alternates for the Jays in 2017. The new red cap and the white panel.
  8. All BP caps will now have the NE flag on the left and no AL/NL markings on the right, which has been reserved for the FL patches for spring training.
  9. I definitely remember reading somewhere that the Sox brass wanted the return to red letters on the road with no piping to create consistency with the home jersey.
  10. The Giants revealed the Mother's Day, Father's Day, Memorial Day, and Fourth of July caps/uniforms on their Twitter account yesterday. Caps are supposed to be a graphite with pink and blue logos, eyelets, and stitching, respectively. I believe Marine camo (not quite sure) for Memorial Day, but I don't know what's going on with the FOJ cap.
  11. Thanks, Scoo8b! Much appreciated!!!!!
  12. I can say it's definitely not New Era because I actually went to one of the games when they wore the hat. I remember sitting in the bleachers close to the Sox bullpen and trying to see what was on the back of Bill Haselman's cap. I could tell it wasn't the batterman logo. It was either letters or numbers.
  13. It's definitely not a batterman, as this is not a New Era cap.