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  1. Yeah, not exactly a landslide. But I guess that's to be expected when you ask people to choose between two essentially interchangeable options. We're not talking gold pants v. white, but two white pants with differences so minor many fans won't even notice the difference until it's pointed out to them.
  2. I agree. It's even better in Los Angeles Rams colors.
  3. The Indians have used both the light and dark navy, sometimes at the same time. IIRC, when they introduced the "C" cap it was midnight navy while wahoo was the lighter navy. But I'm pretty sure they've moved to just one navy since then.
  4. What's the Third navy? I only know the light navy (Brewers, Padres, Rays) and the midnight navy (Yankees, Red Sox, Mariners).
  5. Yep. New Era offers a pretty limited range of colors to most clubs. For example, all teams with royal blue use one of two shades - the Dodgers and Rangers use the darker of the two, the Cubs and Mets the lighter. All the red caps are the same red (Angels, Cardinals, Reds, Indians and more). Sometimes a club comes along with a color scheme that forces New Era to step outside that standard palette, like the Marlins with their red/orange. But the vast majority hew to New Era's hues.
  6. Wasn't that announced weeks ago?
  7. To you it is. And fair enough. I respect your opinion. But that still doesn't make it any good. And that's my opinion.
  8. It's not always about "relevance" or about winning. Plenty have teams have played their best while wearing their worst uniforms. The Avs' primary logo is just bad. Even though they have in the past played well while wearing it.
  9. Unpopular opinion, but that'll still be an upgrade from where they are now.
  10. Yeah, but when did Google upload the photo? It's not real time, and sometimes can lag by years.
  11. Nah, Bleacher Report has actually trying too hard. BR jumped the shark when they hired Howard Beck away from the New York Times. If I wanted serious journalism, I'd just read the Times without paying.
  12. Yankee Stadium also has helmet nachos. Though I'm pretty sure that the helmet uses the wrong logo - print, not helmet.
  13. Or maybe they'll use the opportunity to highlight whatever new thing they have to replace it.
  14. Guess they're not really "a blue team" anymore.
  15. Except these are uglier.