coco1997

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  1. Indeed. The Miami Hurricanes use those colors and look better than the Marlins.
  2. An MLB team in hunter green and orange and one in purple and athletic gold.
  3. https://uni-watch.com/2020/01/04/brian-begley-concepts-baseball/
  4. Is anyone able to produce a women's baseball template version of this? So something like this: ...but with pants instead of a skirt? Thanks!
  5. I can't remember exactly when, but a few years ago the White Sox wore their black BP caps with silver bill at home. I believe it was for just one game.
  6. Great work all around. I’m in love with that Tigers jersey!
  7. We begin another division today with the NL East and the Philadelphia Phillies. The inspiration for my Phillies design came from @jn8's excellent hand-drawn concept (check out his entire thread if you haven't already). I really like the distinctive shade of Phanatic lime green and feel it complements the Philly red really nicely. With the Phanatic face as the sleeve patch, the sleeve numbers get bumped to the front of the jersey. C&C appreciated!
  8. Great job on the Dodgers. I really like that shade of blue--it complements the Dodger blue well. Also nice work on the D-Backs, @Victormrey!
  9. So far so good. Are these supposed to be MLB teams?
  10. To me, this would be the perfect look for the Rangers, courtesy of @SFGiants58. They stay blue and red but there's no way they'd ever be mistaken for any other team.
  11. The Rangers adopted powder blue in the third year of their existence. In my opinion that's different from all those BFBS teams in the late '90s who had been around for decades and never worn black before.
  12. I mean...At least in the case of the Rangers, there's some precedent for them wearing powder blue. My problem is with the execution and the fact that they've chosen to make this powder blue set a home alt rather than a road one. I wonder if we'll get to the point where teams that historically never wore powder blue start incorporating in into their wardrobe.
  13. Quick mock-up of the Nolan Ryan era "Rangers" script in the style of the 2020 redesign. Also did one for the Sunday alt, with a double outline stead of a drop shadow.
  14. Initial thoughts: - I like the thick '70s-80s style sleeve and pant stripes - The powder blue set is interesting, though it's weird that it's a home alt. - Nice to have a "Rangers" script back, though I would've preferred that they just go back to the Nolan Ryan era script. - I like the powder blue trim on the road sleeves, but I don't like that it's not anywhere else on the jersey. - I like that they've seemingly picked a lane and decided to go red at home, blue on the road.
  15. Is it me or is that a different shade of blue, too?
  16. Good catch! Here's an updated version of the numbers. The gradient also starts with purple and ends with light green, which works better, IMO.
  17. This is a really smart update for the Rockies. The new wordmarks are an improvement, and I love the addition of sky blue and green to the color scheme. My only complaint is that, much like the current problem with the Rockies' purple and black, there isn't enough contrast between the purple and green. I'd lighten up one of the colors. I do really like that with these two recent redesigns, the Rockies and D-Backs could co-exist without the two teams looking anything like one another!
  18. Curious to see what the “new Rangers uniforms” being unveiled on Wednesday will consist of.
  19. A mutual enemy of Spider-Man and his rogues gallery?
  20. We've now reached the midway point of this series, so let's start with the new division and a new team, the San Diego Padres! Funny story...Months ago I came up with a completely different design for San Diego, one that actually wound up looking pretty similar to the Padres new uniforms. After the team's dramatic new look was unveiled earlier this month, I knew I had to go in another direction, and what I came up with is essentially a modernization of the Padres' 1978 home and road alternate, bringing back the "Taco Bell" cap design and emphasizing gold over brown. C&C appreciated! As a bonus, I've made yet another tweak to my Rays design, and this one I can finally say with confidence I'm happy with. Even though the Rays' hunter green look was my personal favorite of theirs, I had to accept that the Rays would probably not pay homage to the worst period in team history, so I decided instead to play up the teams' two current secondary colors of sky blue and yellow, using navy only as a trim color. Let me know what you think!
  21. Interesting Mariners concept: http://www.bradmcleod.com/portfolio/tridenttrue-seattle-mariners-rebrand-concept/
  22. The D-Backs—Not bad! Not sure how I feel about the teal under sleeves and solid teal uniform, though. It feels a little too Marlins. I like the thick sleeve and pant stripes, though.