Ferdinand Cesarano

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About Ferdinand Cesarano

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  1. Football Fields with Baseball Diamonds

    This made me think of Exhibition Stadium.
  2. Football Fields with Baseball Diamonds

    The same stadium, then called Pac Bell Park, hosting the the XFL's San Francisco Demons in 2001. The baseball diamond was not visible. But we get a good view of the temporary seating in right field.
  3. Football Fields with Baseball Diamonds

    MCU Park, the Brooklyn Cyclones' stadium at Coney Island, configured for football for the Brooklyn Bolts of the FXFL. Here is the team's diagram and seating chart:
  4. Players in the "wrong" uniforms

    Mr. Jet in a Yankee uniform.
  5. Unused Logos and Uniforms

    Well, having similar road scripts didn't bother the two teams once before. Anyway, what is the story behind that prototype Yankee road uniform?
  6. MLB Changes 2017

    That does look good. A button-up version would instantly be the best road uniform they've ever worn. And a good compliment to their regular retro alts, which are great uniforms. (But just imagine that the tail is not there.) [EDIT: I see now that @Hat Boy beat me to it. That's what I get for not reading the thread all the way through and for falling so far behind on my notifications.]
  7. NBA Changes 2017-18

    It's crap, just like their regular uniform -- but with fewer letters. At the very least they need to get better numbers. The Nets are the only team whose summer league uniforms are better than their regular uniforms. In the best of all worlds, they'd have those numbers, and would also have the nickname on a uniform of the classic style of recent alt uniforms, with the stars running down the side.
  8. Vintage Getty, SI and other NFL photos

    That was a really strange time when the Houston Astros joined the NFL.... And we think they're in the wrong league nowadays!
  9. NBA Changes 2017-18

    Unfortunately, the troglodytes who are running that team fired the genius visionary who created the Process.
  10. MLB Changes 2017

    The coolness of that mustache overwhelms everything wrong with the jersey and the cap.
  11. Nicknames On Jerseys

  12. MLB Changes 2017

    I think the Phillies looked the best by far. The A's were a distant second.
  13. The first change is that Kenyon Martin should be wearing no. 6, not no. 4.
  14. MLB Changes 2017

    I'm admittedly biased as an A's fan, but I hope the A's figure out some way to build on this weekend and keep uniforms like that in the rotation somehow. The colours are great. But the shirt should have had the "A's" mark on the left breast. I'm so sick of that bland "Athletics" wordmark. The Phillies' jerseys demonstrated that the logo on the left breast goes well with this jersey style -- and they don't even have a history with that sort of logo placement on a jersey. By contrast, the A's we're known for having the A on the front of the jersey in Philadelphia, and then again in Oakland. It's time to go back to that. The "Athletics" word mark was just a Kansas City invention. This mark has kept this team's uniforms mediocre for far too long. I'm sick of it; and I'd love to see it dropped.
  15. MLB Changes 2017

    The Yankees look embarrassing. This would not have happened if Big Stein were alive. The commissioner could have given any order he wished, but Steinbrenner would have just sat there eating calzones and singing Heartbreaker / Brubaker / Run this prison like a man, and would have sent the Yankees out there dressed properly. Even if the Yankees were going to wear the hideous dark pullover tops, they could have at least done it the Yankee way -- that is, without names. This counts as the second lowest moment for the Yankees, the lowest moment being the time they wore ads on the uniform when they played in Japan. The Mets don't look so bad; but those jerseys need the number on the front.