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  1. Underwhelming. It really looks like a lazy design attempt. The coolest thing is the sleeve stripe and they couldn't even figure out a way to wrap it around the back and just cut it off at the seam in the panels. Meh. At least we'll never have to see these in a Super Bowl.
  2. Holy crap... looks like his name "Faulk" is on the shoes in Comic Sans!
  3. Thought this guy was Superman when I was a kid.
  4. I'm done buying new New Era caps. Luckily I have over 60 "vintage" caps to keep my head covered.
  5. The lack of taste in the NFL runs rampant. Wouldn't be surprised if the pants sported Lion tails... real tails attached to the asses of the pants.
  6. This was the best road jersey the team has had in modern times. It was understated, but unmistakenly "Boston" with the proper number font on back. The red is intentionaly played down so it only appeared in three places on the Uniform: The "B" on the cap, the logo on the sleeve, and of course, the red socks. It provided the perfect balance to the home team's colors on the field. Pure, simple and brilliant.
  7. Social icons are fine on my Mac running Firefox 35.0.1. Great job on the site!
  8. The current look is boring. I never liked the brown and gold look as a kid. Their best bet would be to go with a combination of navy blue with columbia blue and brown as accents. That might be a nice combination of past and present while giving the unis a much needed refresh.
  9. As a local with at least 200+ visits, I think Fenway Park is overrated. It's mystique has grown with age (last man standing) and a very clever marketing campaign about being beloved. It's a great place to watch a game IF you are in the right seats. That said, here's my humble list (from parks I've visited): 1. Wrigley Field (big drop) 2. Camden Yards 3. Fenway Park 4. Coors Field 5. Old Yankee Stadium 6. AT&T Park 7. Tiger Stadium 8. Citizens Bank Ballpark 9. Nationals Park 10. Shea Stadium 11. Skydome 12. Tropicana Field 13. RFK Stadium
  10. The defintiion of a Majoe League brand: Simplicity and economy of visual elements while attaining a unique, well-defined, discernable mark in a timeless graphic style. Examples: New York Yankees, Chicago Blackhawks, Hartford Whalers, St. Louis Cardinals, Chicago Bulls, Boston Red Sox, Oakland Raiders, Detroit Tigers, etc... Most of the minor league brands shown here are cartoonish, busy, too colorful, and dated to be considered Major League. Exceptions might be the St. Paul Saints, Durham Bulls, and Brooklyn Cyclones (a Todd Radom creation).
  11. That's a different hat. I'll have to post a photo of mine. It's all navy with a navy squatchee. The embroidered logo looks about the same as my cap. It's a New Era 5950, but it doesn't have the MLB logo on the back.