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Victormrey last won the day on April 12 2018

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About Victormrey

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    Spanish Sid

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    Madrid, Spain
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    Soccer, Baseball and Design in general
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    Football (Soccer): Real Madrid, Spain, Germany and Venezuela. Baseball: Seattle Mariners and Leones del Caracas

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  1. The reversed pinstripes work wonderfully! The design overall really screams "Chicago" without forgetting the Cubs focus. The "Angry Cub" logo is a nice feature, I've always prefered it over their current alt logo.
  2. Let's continue the series staying on the West Coast with the Oakland A's! During the 70’s, the Oakland Athletics peaked, both competitively and aesthetically speaking. One of the figures most associated with those A’s is the one and only Reggie “Mr. October” Jackson. And, at the same time, one of the images most associated with him are those iconic sleeveless uniforms. With this design, I looked to bring back the team’s golden era, back when they shined, not only in the standings, but also on the field.
  3. As you said, the Cardinals have one of those timeless identities which doesn't have to be changed. I love the "St. Louis" wordmark for the road uni. As for the Red/Purple combination, I think the colours looks gorgeous, specially with the shades you've chosen!
  4. I haven't had the chance to comment until now but man, you're a mad lad. You've managed to change the identity of the MLB teams altogether yet you've nailed it! This has been one my fav series on the boards, I can't wait to see what's left. As for the Monterrey, I like both name and look, but I don't really see the correlation between the name and the pattern from the sleeves. If you're talking about the Mexican Monterrey, then I'd go for a Spanish name. Some nicknames directly associated with the city would be Sultanes (Sultans), Montañeros (Mountaineers) or something related to the industry. As @coco1997 said, using the Mexico national colours would be nice. Keep it up!
  5. Great job for this last few teams! I think Navy/Blue is the way to go for the Brewers, and the most logical path to follow. Georgeous work for the Pirates bringing back the sleeveless look!
  6. Great job with these last designs! I really like the Marlins and Mets sets. While I find the use of green for the Braves interesting, I prefer your original idea. Keep it up!
  7. I love what you've done for the Mariners! Solid work.
  8. I've never been a fan of the Astros using orange as main colour, but you just changed my mind! Great job as well with the Angels and the outtakes
  9. The main series was finished in an eye blink! I've enjoyed it very much. From the last teams posted, I think you've make a great jobs with the DBacks restyling. Also, I'm a fan of the "Los" from "Los Angeles" wordmark!
  10. This is it guys! The final team of the series: the Washington Nationals! The Nats set is inspired by the city of Washington DC, featuring the Washington Monument on both sleeves and pants, as well as off-white pinstripes for the home jersey, inspired by the marble used in the most important and iconic buildings of the city (colour idea suggested by @MJD7 I'd like to thank all of you who have taken part in this series, giving me feedback, suggestions and ideas. I hope you enjoyed this series as much as I did!
  11. Thank you both! The original idea was to make it subtly, following the style of most soccer jerseys. Would you suggest using a contrasting colour for it?
  12. I think this series look really interesting! Have you considered using names such as Maccabi, Beitar, Bnei or Hapoel?
  13. Here you go! Thank you guys for the positive feedback! Let's continue the series with the Cardinals. The set features a subtle graphic of the Gateway Arch on the front. I decided to keep the powder blue uniform with the St. Louis wordmark, which I love:
  14. Let's move up Northern California with the Giants. The set features a front graphic inspired by Lombard Street as main element, as well as the Golden Gate on the sleeves (credit to @MJD7 for its design), using the interlocked SF logo:
  15. The Royals designs with purple are gold are a thing of beauty Great work for the Twins, I prefer the set with their current colours.