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  1. MLB changes 2018?

    Matte helmets looked glorious this season. All teams should just go ahead and make the switch for '18.
  2. MLB changes 2018?

    Has there been any recent comments from the Brewers themselves about the uniforms? Any real speculation or discussions in Milwaukee? Seems like a no-brainer here, but we've seen how oblivious teams can be sometimes.
  3. MLB changes 2018?

    Where did you see that?
  4. MLB Changes 2017

    I like the simple, clean font on this uniform in particular. The color scheme and pinstripes provides all the pizzazz.
  5. NFL 2017 changes?

    I thought it was funny how they used both shades of blue for the Cowboys. I wonder how that could look as a real color scheme. Royal blue, navy blue, and silver.
  6. MLB Changes 2017

    At least they did this for them:
  7. MLB Changes 2017

    'It might be a goggles controversy' The most recent additions to celebrations have been swimming and ski goggles, which are now as much a staple of the festivities as the alcohol itself. While individual players were seen wearing them sporadically over the years, beginning with Bobby Ojeda after the Mets won the World Series in 1986, the 2004 Red Sox were the first team to wear eye protection while celebrating. It has become an annual tradition, but there's a dispute as to which player on the Red Sox did it first. Johnny Damon claimed Orlando Cabrera was the first one to sport swimming goggles postgame, but David Ortiz also has been credited for the innovation. David Ortiz may or may not have been the first player to celebrate while wearing goggles, an innovation credited to his 2004 Red Sox team. Al Bello/Getty Images "It might be a goggles controversy," said Kevin Millar, who was on the 2004 Red Sox team. "I would've guessed Orlando Cabrera ... might've been Ortiz. I wasn't a huge goggle guy at that point. ... I remember in '03 when we clinched something, sitting here blinking. So when he broke the goggles out [I thought]: 'What a great idea! Get the ski goggles going. Anything you can think of to protect your eyes from champagne.' If we were the guys that brought it out for everyone else, I'm proud of that." While the sight of 25 or so players in a clubhouse wearing Oakley or Nike ski goggles might be jarring to traditionalists, it's more than just a fashion statement. The alcohol content in champagne can actually cause corneal abrasions for 48 hours, and that's not even taking into account flying corks. "When we celebrated, we had a good time, but we didn't have goggles," Lasorda said. "We didn't do anything crazy, but I love what the guys are doing now, too." http://www.espn.com/mlb/story/_/id/13902529/this-bubbly-evolution-champagne-celebrations-baseball
  8. New Seattle Seahawks alternate logo

    It actually resembles Eagles, of all birds. I can't find any other bird with that look:
  9. MLB Changes 2017

    The jerseys for purchase online are listed as navy: https://www.bing.com/shop?q=mlb+players+weekend+nationals+jersey&FORM=SHOPPA&originIGUID=6091BC52A78B4373A73CA058A79969F0
  10. MLB Changes 2017

    Padres looking good here. Wouldn't mind if they went with this permanently:
  11. Los Angeles Chargers Brand Discussion

  12. MLB Changes 2017

    Or maybe even light blue and dark green, with some yellow.
  13. MLB Changes 2017

    I always wondered why they didn't just go with Tampa Bay Manta Rays or Stingrays.
  14. Los Angeles Chargers Brand Discussion

    I think the Chargers would look great in powder blue and gold, similar to UCLA. The lightning bolt would certainly look better in gold also, imo. As far the Rams, I would still like to see them in royal blue and yellow. Navy and white uniforms would make for cool throwbacks, but I just don't see that as an option for the entire identity.
  15. MLB Changes 2017