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  1. That's disgusting. Worst World Series logo of all time.
  2. I adjusted the brightness of the photo to give us a better look at the colors:
  3. I see it as a section of track, seen from the side view. Kind of an odd way to render it in my opinion.
  4. They desperately need a white outline. If we're following the logo design, the numbers should either be green or blue with a white stroke.
  5. Is it just me or does that red/orange section look like an added material on the helmet? It appears to be raised a bit from the white part.
  6. I've found that when it says a patch isn't intended for use on a jersey (most of the commemorative ones seem to be made as collectibles now, which seems silly), there is a hard backing attached. I've been able to sew through the hard backing, but you'll need to commit to breaking a few needles. I've successfully melted off the backing with an iron, but I wouldn't exactly recommend this tactic unless you're very confident. Patch Collection is a solid source.
  7. Good. Hopefully all other teams across the other leagues follow. Fanatics is garbage.
  8. The Edmonton Oilers identity is bad. It's so painfully stuck in the past. At least the current color combo is sharp and interesting, and the orange jersey is bold and fun. But the rest is garbage. The identity was born out of an era in which hockey uniforms were just random stripes and blocks of color. The trend of colored shoulders was overdone, and the striping patterns were way off when it came to sizing and color balance. Hell, they didn't even leave room for sleeve numbers at first (the Oilers originally used shoulder numbers was a member of the WHA). And don't even get me started on the outdated groovy logo... The Oilers jerseys from the 80's look like they're counterfeit. I know that's more about the production style and quality of hockey uniforms at that time, but that's kind of my point. The whole era looked awful, and the Oilers are the poster child for the awfulness. It's too bad they were so damn successful during that era...
  9. Minnesota is wearing their Reverse Retro uniforms this Sunday.
  10. Strongly agree. I've been thinking about this since the RR jerseys were revealed. Nashville should make this their primary home sweater, with the current guitar pick shoulder patches.
  11. The news of the fourth jersey program broke January 1, 2020. Whether or not the plans were finalized at the point, I'd say things were happening with or without the pandemic.
  12. These images confirm something I've been thinking - that green needs to be a little less lime and a little more neon green. It's a tad too far to the yellow side, bringing it over to the green side a little would better match the skyline color.
  13. Not sure if the is the best place to post this, but I'm out of ideas... What happened to the pinned thread of logo/uniform unveilings throughout the years? Did it get lost when the forum split of the sports logos news section took place? I can't seem to find it anywhere and thought it was of great value. (I tried searching for it, but was unable to locate the thread.)
  14. If we get a four jersey system and the Kings STILL don't have any purple to be found, I'll be very disappointed.