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Brewers "Cerveceros" Jersey

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The Brewers have worn Cerveceros on their jerseys one game a year for the past couple years, but they have never been gold like this before. They will be worn tomorrow against the Cardinals. Usually they are navy or white.

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Is that really gold or is that just really bad lighting?

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Wow.

Well, test drive for a potential (regular) gold alt.

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It actually doesn't look too bad, but IMO is not as appealing as the navy blue jersey.

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Dang it, just posted this in the MLB thread...

I think it's cool. They tested the gold BP uniforms with the All-Star Game back in 2002. I also had hopes for the 2010 alternate to maybe be gold. I think this is the last we'll see of a Brewers gold alt for at least 4 years, though.

Still waiting to see what the Cardinals' jerseys will read.

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Is that really gold or is that just really bad lighting?

That was my first thought as well, but the fact that its a navy script with a white outline and a navy shadow leads me to believe it is indeed gold.

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Is it some special holiday tomorrow or something?

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Well, why shouldn't the alternate be gold? Isn't that usually the color of beer?

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Still waiting to see what the Cardinals' jerseys will read.

If they are going to be accurate, they will either be "San Luis" or "Cardenales"

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Replace "Cerveceros" with "Milwaukee" and that would be an excellent road jersey for the Brewers.

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It would be better to put "Brewers" and use it at home, gold with grey road pants would look terrible

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I don't think they're changing their caps though. Because if they do go full Spanish, the STL would just be SL.

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Please God no! The Cardinals are doing this bull :censored: now?

I reall hope this doesn't turn into the joke the NBA has created and have more and more teams each year wearing Spanish language jerseys.

Pathetic display.

Why don't they have a day to celebrate the Italians contributions to the sport of baseball? This pandering is stupid. And if they want to have some excuse to celebrate heritage, why must the language be changed? If they must have all these heritage, and by all I mean essentially just Hispanic heritage, why does it honor anyone by changing the language on a jersey worn in America by American teams? This, just like in the NBA further supports the current lack of assimilation and refusal to learn the language of the land. We honor you by changing our language, because it makes sense since you don't like the English language.

The Brewers can get :censored:ed.

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So, Legend, you still railing against all those Eye-talons who cone over here and refuse to learn our language? How about those dirty Irish?

Same complaints, different century. So howsabout we keep the conversation on Sports Logos?

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And for the record, I'm totally against these events. Think they're silly, and am of the opinion that you don't alter your team's uniform for any one-off event no matter what. Flag day, 9/11, Hispanic Day, any of it.

But that's not relevant to the thread.

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Well it could be due to the sheer amount of hispanic players in the MLB. It could be that the MLB is trying to build up a fanbase that may only be served now by the MLS (and in a very pandering way by the NBA).

On the plus side, at least the use real translations instead of dropping on a "los" to a jersey. As for the Irish, don't a great deal of the teams have St Paddy day hats even though no team has a regular season game on March 17?

It's a bit minor league, sure, but when you see a highlight on Sportcenter and you see how many empty seats there are, you might have to pull some minor league antics to get asses in seats.

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