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  1. New York Mets For the Mets, there pretty much isn't anything to change logo wise. They nailed it from their beginnings in '62 and have been ballin' out in their classic logos since. Just gotta put them here for the sake of consistency, really. For the uniforms, the only real change has to be the cap logo. I thought the original insignia from '62-'93 was superior in terms of it's balance, so I brought it back. Classic pinstriped home, placket gray away, and the blue alternate. But besides that, once again, the Mets nailed it in 2014 and they shouldn't look back from here. After this, I'm gonna wrap up the NL East with the Washington Nationals, or possibly swap the Phillies and Nats in the realignment and in turn, do the Phils.
  2. Miami Marlins After a long time trying to create a unique color scheme and logo for the Marlins, the current set began to grow on me. Well, the logo set at least. The colors were harder to pin down but I eventually settled on the teal, black, and orange. The primary is my version of the *Miami* Marlins first primary, with "Miami" being replaced by "Marlins". For the uniforms, I followed the modern look the Marlins have gone for with something close to the Florida Marlins color balance, with orange being an accent color to make the teal and black pop. The Marlins are also one of the few teams I have selected to not wear a gray away jersey, and instead opt for a colored jersey. The caps stand out from the MLB as well, as I brought back the teal crown/black brim cap of the Marlins good old days.
  3. Atlanta Braves For the Braves primary, I never liked the Braves script as the logo. So I got the old "A" with the tomahawk as the crossbar, and recolored the tomahawk back to the 1957 Milwaukee Braves tomahawk and liked what I saw. I generally don't like standalone letter logos for primary logos, but the Braves have been around for a while and can stand with it. I applied the tomahawk change with the rest of the scripts as well and I gotta say, it looks 10x better than what they have now, IMO. With the uniforms, I kept it pretty standard as well. The foundations of what the Braves have going on are right on. Double-piped plackets and sleeve lining stay. The southwestern socks come back, as I every other Braves concept, as they should. The home cap becomes the universal cap for the team, as it should be and that's the for the uniforms. And that sums up the Braves. Simple changes to keep a historically timeless looking team looking, well, timeless. Next, I'll take on the Marlins and do something pretty close to a giant overhaul with the Fish.
  4. Well, after like 3 years of not posting anything on here due to starting college back in the day and other factors of life, I'm glad to be back. Back in 2015, I attempted to make an MLB redesign topic that was pretty below-average. Now I believe I have a solid template and a better understanding of the history of the MLB, so I'm gonna get back at it again, and do it right. So first off, lets realign the MLB again: NL East: Atlanta Braves Miami Marlins New York Mets Washington Nationals NL North: Cincinnati Reds Montréal Expos Philadelphia Phillies Pittsburgh Pirates NL Central: Chicago Cubs Colorado Rockies Milwaukee Brewers St. Louis Cardinals NL West: Arizona Diamondbacks Los Angeles Dodgers San Diego Padres San Francisco Giants AL East: Baltimore Orioles Boston Red Sox New York Yankees Tampa Bay Rays AL North: Detroit Tigers Cleveland Indians Minnesota Twins Toronto Blue Jays AL Central: Chicago White Sox Houston Astros Kansas City Royals Texas Rangers AL West: Los Angeles Angels Oakland Athletics Seattle Mariners Portland Pioneers Sweet and simple 32 team realignment. I hope you guys like what I've got in store concept-wise.
  5. Calgary Flames Alright so the next team is the Calgary Flames. To me, I always think that black is way overused on sports teams color schemes - when they aren't intended to be a main color. Sometimes it needs to be eliminated (MLB's Mets), but in this case, limited. So thats what I did. I tried to make a nice balance with it and clean up the set. I also cleaned up and slicked out the flaming "C" and also added fire sleeves that were inspired by Canada's World Cup of Hockey jerseys. Let me know what you think!
  6. Alright this is the last change on Vancouver. I'm gonna go purely on aesthetics and clean it.
  7. I think the Adidas stripes fixes the issue. I'd rather not have them, but I'm gonna try to get used to them since it'll probably be what ends up happening in 2017.
  8. Actually, I think I'll add the Adidas stripes to be more realistic to what will actually come.
  9. Yeah actually the stripes problem makes sense. I just realized that at a glance it looks like a random rectangle at the bottom. I'll fix it when I post Calgary.
  10. Vancouver Canucks So for the Vancouver Canucks, I kept things cool, clean and simple. The stripes really go along with -drumroll please - Johnny Canuck!!! Yeah I brought this guy back from the alternate spectrum to the primary. When I first heard about the Canucks, I thought a Canuck was another name for an orca. I then came to realize it was a term for Canadians. It confuses me why the owners even made an orca logo. Oh well. I cleaned it. Enjoy and let me know what you think.
  11. I have returned! Damn it's been awhile, but man I'm glad that I'm back. Anyways, what I have for you good people here is my new project, NHL Adidas 2017. I will redesign and create 2 new expansion teams for the NHL, Adidas style. So stay tuned! It'll be radical.
  12. dodgerdog16

    WBC Project

    So I am going to do a World Baseball Classic series within the next few weeks in honor of the 4th tournament beginning in a few weeks. However I don't know if I should start from the upcoming tournament or start from a point in time of my desire (1992, 2000). So I was hoping I could get some of you nice people to suggest which one I should do. I have concepts ready for both I just can't pick though. So leave your preference in the comments and I will make a choice by tomorrow!
  13. Please finish MLB2k19 it was amazing

  14. Chicago Cubs Stadium: Wrigley Field League: National League of Professional Base Ball Clubs Division: National League Central Division Location: Chicago, Illinois Captain: David Ross With the Cubbies I decided to keep things simple once again. The only things that were changed were the word mark for Chicago and the away headwear. The word mark always looked weird to me since their "C" was circular, so I fixed that one. And I have always loved the caps with the red brim. Let me know what the word is.