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The point of this article is really that the Marlins 2019 uniforms/uniform rotation will be exactly the same as 2018 was.

 

This one throwback series is a placeholder because they're not rebranding in time for 2019. By 2020 (or not much later than that) they'll have done a rebrand and teal will probably be featured somewhere more prominently/more often.  

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2 hours ago, skip88 said:

Fan base, you mean all 5 of them?

No reason to change uniforms and mass produce them, not many will buy anything to support Jeter and his AAA team 

I don't blame them.

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3 hours ago, skip88 said:

Fan base, you mean all 5 of them?

No reason to change uniforms and mass produce them, not many will buy anything to support Jeter and his AAA team 

Yeah too bad the fan base won't support Derek Jeter's attempts to fix the already disastrous organization he bought from an infinitely worse owner.

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Personally I think they should find a happy medium. Bring back the teal as the primary color, but keep the Miami Art Deco imagery.

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On 9/21/2018 at 3:15 PM, SilverBullet1929 said:

Yeah too bad the fan base won't support Derek Jeter's attempts to fix the already disastrous organization he bought from an infinitely worse owner.

You mean the owner that got Miami 2 word series titles and did everything he could to keep the face of the franchise on the team?

But okay, congrats to Jeter, his Yankees  are in the playoffs 

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8 hours ago, skip88 said:

You mean the owner that got Miami 2 word series titles and did everything he could to keep the face of the franchise on the team?

But okay, congrats to Jeter, his Yankees  are in the playoffs 

 

He wasn't the owner for both World Series.

 

There's really no reason to legitimize Jeffrey Loria as a good owner. He wasn't. 

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15 hours ago, skip88 said:

You mean the owner that got Miami 2 word series titles and did everything he could to keep the face of the franchise on the team?

But okay, congrats to Jeter, his Yankees  are in the playoffs 

Loria wasn't the owner for the first championship and since the 2nd championship came in only Loria's 2nd season with the Marlins it's easy to argue that he didn't do much to build the 2003 championship team. Yes he signed Pudge before 2003 but 75-80% of that championship team was acquired by previous owners and GMs. Loria was lucky to buy a team with a great young talented core already ready to advance to the next level.

 

And Loria threw $325 million at Stanton because he absolutely knew he was selling within a few seasons and never had any intention of paying that contract himself. Especially with how backloaded that contract is Loria knew very well that that contract was meant to be an albatross for the next owners which is why Jeter felt the need to trade that enormous contract away. 

 

You're also bringing up Loria extending Stanton while conveniently leaving out the 2 fire sales that Loria orchestrated in his time here. Don't act like the man was an angel who did all he could to maintain a winning team in Miami. 

 

And what does the Yankees making the playoffs have to do with Jeter's attempts to build the Marlins into a sustainable winner? It's not like Jeter owns the Yankees so don't act like them making the playoffs in 2018 is something he concerns himself with. 

 

As a Marlins fan for over 25 years I'm used to the cheap shots and smart ass comments but if you're gonna throw them at me at least get your facts straight first. 

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4 minutes ago, SilverBullet1929 said:

As a Marlins fan for over 25 years I'm used to the cheap shots and smart ass comments but if you're gonna throw them at me at least get your facts straight first. 

 

But muh cheap jokes and parroting of reactionary statements!

 

Trying to “redeem” Loria is a fool’s errand.

 

P.S. Jorge Más wouldn’t have made the team’s situation better. If anything, he’d have tried to go all-in on a team with a low ceiling. That’s how you get a Giants-level clusterbleep of terrible contracts that cripple a team’s flexibility.

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Misleading thread title is misleading.

 

(Edit: Now I look silly. But new thread title is better)

Edited by kevinmets
thread title changed

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21 hours ago, SilverBullet1929 said:

And what does the Yankees making the playoffs have to do with Jeter's attempts to build the Marlins into a sustainable winner? It's not like Jeter owns the Yankees so don't act like them making the playoffs in 2018 is something he concerns himself with. 

Well, he gave them Stanton for pennies on the dollar in order to unload Loria's contract with him. 

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22 minutes ago, Bill81361 said:

Well, he gave them Stanton for pennies on the dollar in order to unload Loria's contract with him. 

I wouldn't say pennies on the dollar but yes absolutely the return for Stanton was lessened to have the contract unloaded. Stanton was traded for financial relief more than for anything else, no denying that. They felt they needed to rid themselves of that contract to do what they wanted to do to rebuild from that. 

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Well, to steer this away from the another Marlins pile-on....

Do we know if the Brewers are finally gonna :censored: or get off the pot with any changes?  They've been painfully, slowly phasing the BiG back in for the past few years and I seem to see the throwback/fauxback brand more around the city (and pretty much everywhere else that isn't an actual game on TV).  Yet the full-on rebrand we've been anticipating for years now never seems to happen.

Though I have to imagine if the Brewers are plotting any changes, they'd keep quite about them now, with playoff ball returning to Milwaukee and all the new merch for sale that it entails.  

Speaking of which, they went with navy and gold with the glove for their official locker room shirts, and I've been seeing this combo a lot more often lately in ads.  I still prefer royal blue, but if they did go back to 1982 with royal swapped out for navy, I could more than live with that.  As overused as navy is in general, they're the only NL Central team that uses it for their primary color.  And apart from their stint in the AL, Milwaukee teams have always worn navy, going back to the early 20th century.

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On 9/28/2018 at 2:10 PM, NicDB said:

Well, to steer this away from the another Marlins pile-on....

Do we know if the Brewers are finally gonna :censored: or get off the pot with any changes?  They've been painfully, slowly phasing the BiG back in for the past few years and I seem to see the throwback/fauxback brand more around the city (and pretty much everywhere else that isn't an actual game on TV).  Yet the full-on rebrand we've been anticipating for years now never seems to happen.

Though I have to imagine if the Brewers are plotting any changes, they'd keep quite about them now, with playoff ball returning to Milwaukee and all the new merch for sale that it entails.  

Speaking of which, they went with navy and gold with the glove for their official locker room shirts, and I've been seeing this combo a lot more often lately in ads.  I still prefer royal blue, but if they did go back to 1982 with royal swapped out for navy, I could more than live with that.  As overused as navy is in general, they're the only NL Central team that uses it for their primary color.  And apart from their stint in the AL, Milwaukee teams have always worn navy, going back to the early 20th century.

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I agree, just do it already. It's so frustrating. I was at my first game in awhile during the Reds series and I took note that the BiG brand was being worn BY FAR the most whether it was in Royal/Yellow or Navy/Yellow, young or old, man or woman. (I myself was rocking a Powder Blue BiG shirt ?) Same thing at the store, I almost always see more BiG related apparel. 

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7 hours ago, the admiral said:

Defend it from what? Dudes from Vernon Hills?


"Defend" is the standard-issue locker room shirt this year.

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I find the Brewers choice of "Defend MKE" peculiar considering (a.) the Brewers have only ever been identified as "MIL" in the sports world, and (b.) unlike the horrible reach on the Indians shirt, Milwaukee best known nickname (Brew City) can also stand as a reference to the team.

That said, I'll probably end up owning one when they go on sale.

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Maybe they're just very passionate about airport security, I don't know. Standardized generic postseason shirts are dumb and anyone who buys one is a rube who can be sold literally anything. Everyone who buys one should be put on a mailing list for donations to The Human Fund.

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Brewers have been wearing the fauxback pinstripes for this final series, so I'm optimistic that maybe they'll keep wearing them at home for the playoffs, and go with their second-least-bad look (navy BiG) on the road. This is the Brewers, though, so I'm not truly expecting anything attractive involving them to occur in October.

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