coco1997

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  1. I get what you mean, but I think as long as the Sox keep this look reserved for Spring Training, you can't really argue that the team is "blending eras." Now, if they ever start wearing this jersey and cap during the regular season, then we can talk.
  2. While I agree about the Brewers, I disagree with your assessment of the White Sox, who have maintained nearly the exact same look for going on 30 years. I assume what you’re referring to is the ‘83 style throwbacks they’ve worn almost exclusively on Sunday home games for the past few years? That’s not quite the same as what Brewers did the last few seasons, straddling the line between their ‘00-19 and BiG era colors and regularly using the BiG without committing to it as a full time logo.
  3. Colorado overall has a solid set, but I've never much liked their Times New Roman-esque wordmarks. Certainly that aspect of their look could stand to be addressed. I also think they should either use a much brighter shade of purple (even considering that the lighter shade they introduced a few seasons ago was a big improvement) or drop the black altogether. Also, please, please get rid of that awful black vest alternate.
  4. The shoulder pattern and pant stripes are a fantastic modernization of the tequila sunrise look and would really add some life to their current uniforms. Great work again! I would love to see your take on the Rays or Rockies next.
  5. Quick idea for a “neo-retro” Angels design using the red and gold color scheme:
  6. This kind of makes me wonder what the Brewers would look like in a cream, forest green and royal blue scheme, iincorporating elements of their current look, their BiG era blue and their mid-90s "Motre Bame" era green.
  7. If the D-Backs ever do decide to return to their original look, I think they need to simplify the color scheme. Purple, turquoise, black and copper is just too much. Maybe drop the black and switch from copper to sand. There were too many dark, muted colors competing with one another in that identity. Another possibility would be to find a middle ground between purple and Sedona red and go with a magenta type shade.
  8. Wow! This design manages to feel both classic and modern at the same time. I love that vintage style "YANKEES" script, and it's always great to see a design pay tribute to the Negro Leagues.
  9. This is what I'm hoping the Angels will do, as well. I'd also like to see athletic gold emphasized in the Angels' next redesign. Red and gold would be a distinctive look among the rest of the league.
  10. Good work! It doesn’t work as well as I had hoped, but only because I think the outline on the script and front numbers is too thin.
  11. Agreed 100%. It’s crazy to me that the Rockies have remained almost completely unchanged over the past 25 years while the other three ‘90s expansions teams have each undergone multiple dramatic redesigns.
  12. Yep, that's pretty much exactly how the Mariners should look.
  13. I've long felt the Mariners need to simplify their wordmarks and adopt a brighter shade of teal.
  14. Now that the Padres and Brewers have unveiled new identity packages which have, for the most part, been very well received by most of us on these forums, which Major League Baseball team do you feel is now most due for an identity refresh? Personally, I would look out West to the AL. I feel the Mariners, Angels and Rangers identities are all beginning to look a bit stale and could use a freshening up. Frankly I'm a bit surprised the Rangers did not announce a uniform update this winter to coincide with their moving to Globe Life Field in 2020. This thread is meant to discuss which MLB teams you feel are most in need of an update, and to offer suggestions as to how you would go about changing their current look.
  15. Great work! Could we see the road set with the colors on the scripts and numbers flipped?
  16. I feel I'd like the road jerseys a lot more if there was something that set them apart from every other road uniform in the league. Kind of like how the Padres unveiled the sand colored pinstriped road unis and almost everyone loves them. @MJD7 did a great mockup of the road set with a subtle powder blue tint and gold script and numbers and it made a huge difference.
  17. The road uniforms, while fine, are the most forgettable part of this new package. Powder blue threads would’ve given them some much needed character.
  18. I kind of wish the Brewers had picked a lane and decided on either pinstripes or plain white/cream for their home look, but after the last 20 years I'm not going to complain.
  19. The fact that the Padres and now Brewers have undergone massive identity upgrades within the same offseason is pretty damn cool.
  20. While you may be right, what a letdown it would be for them to make such a big deal about the team store re-opening and then use the occasion to only reveal the 50th anniversary logo.
  21. Is the implication of that Drew Olson tweet that they’re going back to powder blue road unis?
  22. The new home jersey paired with the Capitol Building cap would be my ideal Nats look.