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selgy

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  1. I am just happy Nike didnt throw some neon green or fuchsia in there. Wouldnt have shocked me if they did.
  2. With red and light blue already being done for Miami. I curious if they will go back to those same colors for the Cubs? Someone else said it. I can see some weird green uniform to "represent" the Ivy of some nonsense like that.
  3. As a Rays fan...you compound that with our stadium saga and it has been interesting. At least we have been a winning franchise since 2008. The 5th most wins since 2008. We've got that going for us. 1. NY Yankees: 1175 2. LA Dodgers: 1173 3. St Louis: 1136 4. Boston: 1118 5. Tampa Bay: 1116
  4. This is where I was directing my sarcasm at
  5. Also made me think of how Garnett really let himself go
  6. And be carbon copies of the historic Red Sox uniforms!!!! </s> Someone posted this in another thread on this board
  7. As long as it doesnt go Forest green it could work. Here was the Devil Rays green https://www.color-hex.com/color/024638 Here was the Daytona Tortugas green https://www.color-hex.com/color/004e42
  8. Both uniforms: Turn the piping and primary colors into the indigo blueish purple that I mentioned earlier (and below). Would be a unique color and combined with the gradient would make the Rays a vibrant Florida team. Road: Fix the horizontal drop from the "A" to "T" in Tampa. It drops a little too much. Shrink the crest mark to maybe 95% (since the the lifting of the T (in Tampa might now bulky it up). Home: Rays only (similar to the one below but white). Fix the horizontal incline and sizing the same way as the roads.
  9. I liked the idea of the green. But as another poster said, the execution failed. It was too dark and dreary and the to give it any kind of life recognizable from anything more than 20 feet away or on camera you would have needed a color to pop to counter the forest green. To do this you would need a yellow/gold/neon green and ended up with an A's clone. I dont think a light blue would have worked enough to stand out to make it work and would have just washed out from a distance. The Daytona Tortugas have been referenced many times to justify this look. But the Tortugas use a lighter shade of green, and use a neon green as a third color to make this happen. the hat looks good. But the jerseys execution becomes jumbled due to trying to make the colors work
  10. The gradients might give the effect through an illusion. But it is navy.
  11. They thought that black inside a dark dreary domed stadium was a better idea </s>
  12. Rays fan. I prefer the navy blue versions of these uniforms versus the black. But what I think I would prefer is if they replaced the navy with an indigo blueish purple. Would be a unique color and it would work great with the gradient.
  13. The design team has to have a research department to bounce things off of??? So are these things like Southside/South Side almost done deliberately for controversy? The rest of the uniform I really like. Shocked Nike didn't try to throw a non-White Sox color onto it.
  14. Lets get all neon vs all highlighter yellow and play it at Boise St!!!
  15. the shoulder/chest arrows are terrible Should have just updated the logo and updated to the current colors. Event the solid green helmet might have looked good with the previous uniform when it wasnt diarrhea green.
  16. I dont think any of the Patriot unis have been good
  17. That is something that I could see happening and that would suck
  18. I completely side with the dive-bar! This reminds me of the time that I went online to buy tickets to see the Tampa Bay Rays. But instead I bought some Big Sweet Baby Ray's BBQ sauce. My life was never the same again! . . . . . . . . . . . </sarcasm for those who need this>
  19. Pat Burrell thinks khakis and polo shirts are okay for a diamond
  20. Off topic and not uni-related. But I would love it if the manager spot was allowed to be an active player and not count towards the 25 man roster. I think this would be a great way to help keep the game young by transitioning some late 30's early 40's into managerial roles. And for those few times a year when the manager got to play (probably in an extra inning game), I think it would be awesome.
  21. I assume that the vent/ports are for reliving pressure upon impact. And the reason for the different depths is the same reason your dont make the entire car out of a bumper. You put the extra padding in the spots that impacts usually happen on both the inside and outside. This helps keep the weight down so that you arent doing as much damage to yourself and the opposing players when you do make contact. The dimples are probably decorations to cover up bare areas. Hopefully once logos come into the mix those dimples will be gone.
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