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  1. As Rays fan, I found this concept incredibly difficult. I never really consider the aesthetics of my own team, because inherently love my team. I took a step back and realized the current colors stand out in the league, but the rainbow gradients are also very sharp. I merged the two into something, I as a fan would be proud to wear.
  2. In the middle of a really busy week, but found time to scrap up a Giants concept. Pretty similar to what is currently worn. Biggest difference is the shoulder patch which is a diamond shape with the Golden gate bridge inside, and the SF logo placed at the bottom. Also took off the headspoon on the away, and brought back block lettering to the orange alt. The black alt follows the template of the grey alt.
  3. Like the direction you are going with UConn, the wordmark would be a good replacement for the husky head on the shirt to keep from being redundant.
  4. Cincy and Temple look great, maybe you could use a more sports oriented font for the names and numbers. Could even use the official school fonts as well, or try something new to match the uniform.
  5. No responses, so here are the Padres. I used the soon to be introduced brown and gold colors, and decided to mix both modern and classic styles. A fauxback set is included to compliment the main uniforms. Additionally, updated the camo uniform to match the current Navy uniform. While some hate it, they were the first to introduce one, and IMO was a great nod to the Navy community.
  6. I would replace the long soccer socks with maybe a style of stance or Nike basketball socks that would be more adept for Cornhole. Is a great start so far!
  7. Here is my take on the Pirates. The vest comes back full time, with black pants and a yellow top in tow. Eliminated the white outlines on the black alt to match the hat, and also added a fauxback.
  8. Also throwing in my Phillies concept. Royal is swapped for powder, and the new red is a mix between classic maroon and the current red. Racing stripes make a return, and sleeve numbers are dropped.
  9. Dropping some edits finally including the Dodgers, Mets, and Mariners. More to come. White outline and the Dodgers wordmark to make this set pop more. White inner line in place of grey as suggested. Snow white, and orange options added.
  10. The New York Yankees are up next. Felt like making a good amount of changes, with a throwback NY logo for both caps and jerseys. Liked the more square version bc it fits neatly in all applications. Also used a flannel pattern on the away, a real traditional feel, along with an inverse alternate. Obviously not that creative, and very controversial, but if college baseball can make it look "fire emoji," why not the Yankees. Also an additional more toned down grey alternate that also uses the throwback NY. Tradition stays around, in the form of no front Nike logo..!
  11. I will start on some color tweaks, but in the meantime here is a Twins concept. The pinstripes are back, both home and road. Ugly gold is taken out, and that Joe Mauer helmet becomes a part of the hat set.
  12. All good, admittedly 1 is a weird numeral in that font considering it’s been retired for awhile.
  13. That is actually the Red Sox font I used.
  14. Here is my take on the Rockies. A team with almost the same look for their entire existence, I kept with their "established tradition." More emphasis on purple, and a slight shoulder logo tweak. Also, their unique road pinstripes make a comeback.
  15. Right on, we get a new hat design every year, and despite some being ugly it is always exciting to wear the new swag on the field just to be different. I'm sure its exactly the same when a football program gets a stupid chrome lid or all white uniform.
  16. Alright while working through updates, here is a simple Red Sox concept. Decided against experimentation, and made small fixes. This includes piping on road, and alternates in addition to a shoulder patch on the blue alt.
  17. I can tell you as a college athlete myself, the equipment can play a part in decision making. Not necessarily in uniform aesthetic but definitely in gear. I play baseball at a school that has a Rawlings baseball deal and that definitely factored into my decision. Especially in regards to the quantity of gear and specifically being able to order a custom glove. Not the sole reason ,but it can be a deciding factor for sure. I definitely would not have made the same decision if it was a mizuno sponsorship.
  18. It’s just crazy how that would be a relatively tame uniform if it came out as a Nike alternate today..
  19. Alright I'm back to updating this series and I;m posting the Chicago White Sox. Went all in on fauxbacks, with the entire look predicated on refurbishing old uniforms. Most importantly all the looks actually include white socks. I added red back into the color palette to breathe some new life into the brand.
  20. I don’t like touching the Wahoo/name, and I’m not skilled enough designing my own identity for them unfortunately.
  21. Yes once I post the 29 teams (not posting Cleveland) I will go back and update all the teams. I'm just dumping the files from my computer right now.
  22. Another day, Another team, the Chicago Cubs. A team that has a great home uniform and nothing else. My attempt is to establish a better color balance on road and alternates. Also got rid of the walking cub and replaced it with the fiercer throwback logo. A fauxback completes the set.
  23. No feedback, so I'll post the Royals. In this instance I have kept the button up, but in a style that evokes the striping of a pullover. And while I usually value color consistency (see above concept), the Royals pose a problem. My take uses mixes of royal, gold, and powder blue in different non-matching combos. IMO Gold is necessary to differentiate from the dodgers, but doesn't look good on all color bases, and can be swapped for powder blue in a unique look.
  24. The next team is the Detroit Tigers, a team with y the most boring uniforms in the league. Some may call this tradition, but I think they have room for both a traditional look, and something pleasing to watch grace the field. To do this, I unified a "D" logo to use on both cap and jersey that fits both, and I added orange to all uniforms. Additionally some alternates are added, and introduced a tiger sleeve patch. However, no colored alternates, and a relatively tamed design keep the core identity