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  1. Albuquerque Amigos

    After the original thread that I had this on got locked, I decided to give this another try. This is an MLB expansion team based in Albuquerque, New Mexico that I have had in my head since I was 9. They play in the AL West. The idea has always had a cactus in mind for the fact that it is mainly desert in New Mexico. At one point, the colors would have been the colors of New Mexico's flag, which are red and yellow, but this was eventually scrapped. The colors for this is Cactus Green, Sand Orange, and Maroon The cactus is also the mascot, known as the Albuquerque Amigo. I played around on MS Paint recently and built up my skills. For one, I added maroon as one of the teams colors. I also fixed up certain parts of the logo, like how the baseball bat was off center and certain parts of lines extending a little bit. I also made a second variation of the logo with legs, but I think this one is better. Here is the new logo: With the uniforms, I added an insert so that you could see details on the hat. I also added text on the jersey. On the home jersey, ABQ represents Albuquerque's airport and is an abbreviation for Albuquerque. The text on the away jersey is pretty explanatory. I used the font Blackadder ITC for the text. Here are the home and away uniforms. C&C appreciated.
  2. Lost Sports Logos?

    Wow, you're so classy. Not only does your name give your identity away (really? Brown2?) but the whole thing you're saying is giving away your idnetity even more. You're not only getting a ban for what you just said, but also because you made another account to avoid suspension. I'm not a mod, but at least I looked at the rules. As you put it best, Bravo. (that's the best image I could think of.)
  3. I put the whole beavers thing in quotation marks. That means sarcasm, right?
  4. I really feel Mexico City expansion will end well. It'll just be the Colorado Rockies debacle from the 90's all over again, but worse. Mexico City is elevated around 7x as much as Denver is (1,609' for Denver vs 7,382' for Mexico City,) and pitches will be a nightmare there. But, seeing as how Denver got a team anyway, I'll just keep it in there for reasons. Here's an idea of expansion with the four places + the A's and Rays (wow, a rhyme!) + Astros realignment. Orlando (Sun)Rays, San Jose A's, Mexico City Aztecs (AL West,) Portland Roses (AL West,) San Antonio Alamos (NL Central,) Montreal Expos (NL East,) and Houston Astros (AL Central.) Why I Did Certain Things: Orlando has a rich baseball history, a potential baseball fanbase, a ballpark owned by Disney, and a former team known as the SunRays, which fits perfectly with the Rays name. Houston is in the AL Central because Mexico City has to be in the West, along with Portland. San Antonio is in the NL cause I don't think that the three teams can really coexist together (although they do in the NBA, each of the teams have been there for a while, not to mention the Spurs were in another league at one point) and because it could (potentially) fill the void left by the Astros. Oakland is losing representation, as the Raiders are moving to Las Vegas and the Warriors are going back to San Francisco next year, so to maintain a fanbase, they can move to San Jose. I chose not to do the Beavers name because of it "not being manly" and innuendos. Plus, Roses sound like a pretty good name, so why not?
  5. I almost feel like what's going on with the Sound in this universe is somewhat like what happened to the Whalers in our universe. Both the Claymores and Whalers had a rich history and loving fanbase, but they lost their teams because of arena issues. Then, where they are now they're gaining little support and are on the brink of relocating.
  6. Failed Franchise Expansion & Relocations

    Yes sir. Would've had an arena next to Harbor Park in Norfolk. Plans fell through, cause our governments are SUPER picky, so we missed out. Would be cool, though.
  7. For some reason, I agree and disagree at the same time. They could remain in the East, as that's normally the case with Houston, but then there would be a whole bunch of divisional issues. Plus, they've got Katrina to deal with in a 2005. They'll have to play somewhere else (probably Houston!) cause the arena will be somewhat broken. But hey, that's just my silly idea.
  8. Taco John's new logo

    They actually have one at a mall where I live (Virginia mind you.) Maybe they're expanding into other regions?
  9. Throwing my dad into the ring, I guess. Most of this is not true, though. Name: Thomas Trovato, JR Age: 31 Bio: Photographer for the Virginia Pilot in Norfolk, VA. He also writes some sports articles here and there. Favorite Team (NFL): New York Jets Favorite Team (WLAF): Stockholm Aesirs Thomas is originally from Nashville, and as such he wishes there was a team there. He feels that Nashville has better potentia than Memphis in the NFL due to the fact that there are more sports fans in Nashville than in Memphis.
  10. The Mad Scientist's NBA

    Just got a small and quick gripe; if you add the Sonics, you also need another team for the Eastern conference/move the Grizzlies, T-Wolves, or Pelicans to the East and put another in the west. You need equal conferences IMO. Personally, I would go with KC, San Diego, or Oakland for the West and Pittsburgh, Cincinnati, or VB for the East. However, great series so far, really like the Bulls and Huskies.
  11. My mom is in the hospital right now for stomach issues.  Police came to check up on her after she got out of the hospital a few weeks ago.  They were concerned and they took her to the hospital.  I really need emotional support right now.  :'(

    1. neo_prankster


      I'm deeply sorry.

  12. American Basketball League (Alternate League!)

    Thanks! Haven't updated this in a while, but I have thought about continuing it, and this will keep me going.
  13. MLH: Major League Hockey

    The second team with brand new looks are the Chicago Guards. They only slightly altered their look, adding gold cuffs to the sleeves. Their owner, Bob Bently, originally rejected the move, but since he was pressured so hard, he just added the cuffs in protest. Here is their new look: The Montreal Dragons are the third team to alter their look. They now have a different font on their uniforms, plus a slightly lighter shade of green. Here is there new look: C&C appreciated.
  14. MLH: Major League Hockey

    The year is 1944. Major League Hockey, or MLH for short, has been in hiatus for three years becuase of World War II. The League's commisioner, Dan Krinklstein, seeing that the War will end soon, says they will resume opertaions when it's over. They will add two new teams, the Detroit Autos and Philadelphia Freedom, to the current six team league. This will help the MLH financially, as they were losing money before World War II. All teams will get new looks, and the process begins with Boston. They are renamed the Lobsters (formerly Barons,) and their colors become dark red, dark blue, and white. The dark blue is included because of a rare variety of lobsters that are blue, and it fits in with their identity. Here are their uniforms: C&C appreciated.
  15. Alternate Universe NFL Uniforms

    That was part if the template. I'll remove it for the next team.