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  1. zigzag

    Zigzag's MLB

    My MLB concepts. Starting with the Baltimore Orioles.
  2. For me I have the Rangers when they wear white jerseys with the red cap. The preponderance of blue on the lettering doesn't blend well with the red cap. NFL-wise, I have the Titans' white jersey with navy pants. The lighter blue (Titan blue) on the jersey shoulders does not blend well with the darker navy of the jerseys.
  3. With the popularity of Seattle's Sunday alternate jerseys, I decided to revert the M's back to their old colors and add a matching away alternate.
  4. Love the Rangers but hate so much about their current look so I tried to create something that felt in line with some of the history and not a complete ground up redo. Very much inspired by some of the modern retro threads that have gone on around here. Anyways I'm a long time lurker for the most part, so C&C is welcome on my first thread post. First things first, here's the New Logo: Home Unis: Road Unis:
  5. Here is the complete lineup of American League uniform adjustments and concepts that I mentioned on my other page of National League concepts. (You can find that topic right here: http://boards.sportslogos.net/topic/103700-complete-nl-uniform-adjustments-and-concepts-updated/ ) They have been broken up into two parts due to the limit allowed on pictures per posting. I will possibly make better versions of each uniform on a better template eventually, but for now I've just finalized the ideas of my designs and I'm looking for feedback. A description of each jersey is at the bottom of the page. Using the Wikipedia template, I tried to keep all the jerseys as close to the way they look as possible and if anything enhance them or remove elements that I felt weren't necessary or I just didn't like. Also I've included BP jerseys with each of the uniform sets, as well as a few throwbacks. The BP jerseys are made to more resemble the previous version the MLB wore prior to the kind they wear now. As an added touch, I've given all the teams traditional style stirrup socks and I've cleaned up the colors on the shoes a little bit too. Here's each team in alphabetical order.
  6. I've been doing tweaks on the Indians uniforms so I've decided I'll tweak the other teams in the MLB including logos. I'll start with the AL East and work my way through the league. I hope you enjoy and tell me what you think. AL EAST: Baltimore Orioles For the O's primary home and away uniforms, I went with their script coloring from the 90's during the Cal Ripken Jr. Era and added the black piping. I honestly think the black script looks better and stands out more IMO. The alternate orange is unchanged except the addition of the black piping. The black alternate's script is changed Baltimore in Orange with white trim. The caps I got rid of the white and promote the away hat to the primary home and the away caps go to all black including the script O hat. UPDATE: I changed the Orioles script on the black ALT to Baltimore in orange with white trim.
  7. I tried to give it a western feel with the font and the logo shaped like a belt buckle
  8. Some of you may have seen the previous versions of my National League uniform concepts that I was posting one day at a time on a separate topic, but to make it easier to look at and since I've also come up with some better ideas since then, here is the complete lineup of every NL uniform that I have created. (However due to the fact that the amount of jerseys exceeds the limit of images that one is allowed to post, I've broken it up into two parts.) I've gone back and made some minor modifications to a few of the existing ones, as well as adding some new jerseys. I will possibly make better versions of each uniform on a better template eventually, but for now I've just finalized the ideas of my designs and I'm looking for feedback. A description of each jersey is at the bottom of the page. Using the Wikipedia template, I tried to keep all the jerseys as close to the way they look as possible and if anything enhance them or remove elements that I felt weren't necessary or I just didn't like. Also I've included BP jerseys with each of the uniform sets, as well as a few throwbacks. The BP jerseys are made to more resemble the previous version the MLB wore prior to the kind they wear now. As an added touch, I've given all the teams traditional style stirrup socks and I've cleaned up the colors on the shoes a little bit too. Here's each team in alphabetical order.
  9. Hey everyone, This is my first submission of any type of concept, so bear with me as I learn the ropes and look to hopefully get better at this. As a St. Louisan, naturally my favorite sport is baseball, so I thought I would start off with the current MLB uniforms and modify them in places where I felt that they needed adjustment. Using the Wikipedia baseball jersey template, I tried to keep all the jerseys as close to the way they look as possible and if anything enhance them or remove elements that I felt weren't necessary or I just didn't like. Also I included BP jerseys with each of the uniform sets, as well as a few throwback uni's. As an added touch, I've given all the teams traditional style stirrup socks and I've cleaned up the colors on the shoes a little bit too. I will be starting off with the National League and will submit each team one at a time alphabetically. I appreciate your compliments and I'm open to any advice or constructive criticism. Please note that I'm entitled to my opinions as you are to yours, so please don't take offense at any of my thoughts or reasons for doing work on a particular team's jersey. That's just what I think and you don't have to agree with it. Anyway, here goes nothin'.Arizona DiamondbacksFirst off let me say that I never have liked the "D-backs" lettering on the current Arizona home jerseys. To me it just doesn't look like an MLB jersey. However I've always loved the southwestern style "A" made to look like a snake head. Taking that logo and basing the jerseys off the design of the 90's D-backs jerseys, I made a modern version of them with just the "A" logo at home and on the alternate red jersey. The road jersey is pretty much left unchanged, as well as the black alternate and the BP jersey is basically the same as the red alternate, just without the sleeve cuff stripes and a two-tone colored hat. I'll post the next one in a couple days. First I'd like to see how much feedback I get from this one. Thanks everybody and have a great day!
  10. After seeing the replies on v.2 of this concept, I made a few tweaks and eliminated the extra grey and blue jerseys and which cut the alternates to three alternate jerseys. Anyways I'll break down the changes to each. What do you think and feel free to comment your thoughts. Home Uniform: The home set from the first concept has remained unchanged and is heavily modeled infact a clone of the home uniforms worn from 1994-2001. Away Uniform: The away uniform is unchanged from v.2 concept except the hat went through a tweak by changing the block C from red to white with a red outline. Alternate 1: The alternate 1 uniform is left unchanged from the v.2 concept and is based off of the 1998-1999 alternate blue jersey. At home it is paired with the primary home cap with Chief Wahoo on it, on the road it is paired with the all navy Chief Wahoo cap. Alternate 2: The alternate 2 uniform is red as a homage to the 97 AL All-Star jerseys but the Indians script is changed to Cleveland in white lettering with a blue trim. At home the uniform is paired with an all red cap with a white block C with navy trim. On the road the alternate is paired with the primary road cap. Alternate 3: The alternate 3 uniform is the Saturday/Sunday afternoon home alternate and is almost the same as the current weekend uniform except the navy piping is added with Indians script being changed from red with navy trim to navy with red trim paired with matching pants with red socks, belt, and cleats. BP Home: The BP home is left unchanged except on the cap the block C is navy with white trim. BP Away: The BP away is also left unchanged except the cap is navy with a white front with a red block C trimmed in navy similar to the 2014 All-Star game cap worn by Michael Brantley. Again tell me what you think and I hope you guys like them. Regardless this is an improvement over the current set. Here is v.2 concept if you want to see the changes. http://boards.sportslogos.net/topic/103616-updating-the-cleveland-indians-uniforms-v2/#entry2442272
  11. What do you guys think of MLB teams that have on field hats they don't wear anymore, but keep around for the fans to buy? Such as the Marlins orange hat (tragic), the reds black hat, the Red Sox hanging sox hat, etc.
  12. After seeing the replies on v.2 of this concept, I made a few tweaks and eliminated the extra grey and blue jerseys and which cut the alternates to three alternate jerseys. Anyways I'll break down the changes to each. What do you think and feel free to comment your thoughts. Home Uniform: The home set from the first concept has remained unchanged and is heavily modeled infact a clone of the home uniforms worn from 1994-2001. Away Uniform: The away uniform is unchanged from v.2 concept except the hat went through a tweak by changing the block C from red to white with a red outline. Alternate 1: The alternate 1 uniform is left unchanged from the v.2 concept and is based off of the 1998-1999 alternate blue jersey. At home it is paired with the primary home cap with Chief Wahoo on it, on the road it is paired with the all navy Chief Wahoo cap. Alternate 2: The alternate 2 uniform is red as a homage to the 97 AL All-Star jerseys but the Indians script is changed to Cleveland in white lettering with a blue trim. At home the uniform is paired with an all red cap with a white block C with navy trim. On the road the alternate is paired with the primary road cap. Alternate 3: The alternate 3 uniform is the Saturday/Sunday afternoon home alternate and is almost the same as the current weekend uniform except the navy piping is added with Indians script being changed from red with navy trim to navy with red trim paired with matching pants with red socks, belt, and cleats. BP Home: The BP home is left unchanged except on the cap the block C is navy with white trim. BP Away: The BP away is also left unchanged except the cap is navy with a white front with a red block C trimmed in navy similar to the 2014 All-Star game cap worn by Michael Brantley. Again tell me what you think and I hope you guys like them. Regardless this is an improvement over the current set.
  13. How's it going everyone, Happy Memorial Day! Last week I made a concept updating the current Cleveland Indians uniforms by tweaking a few things and I wasn't really satisfied, so I started updating everything on a new template that is used on the team's wikipedia page. I'll give a hat to cleats description and explain each uniform with a few notes to point out as well. Also to point out, the patch on the right sleeve is the Al Rosen #7 memorial patch the team is wearing for this season. Home Uniform: Hat: Blue hat with the chief wahoo logo and red bill Undershirt: Red undershirt Jersey: White jersey with red piping, Indians going across with red lettering and a blue trim, Chief Wahoo on the left sleeve. Pants/Belt: White pants with red and blue piping down the side with a red belt Socks/Cleats: Red socks and red cleats Notes: Heavily favors the design of the uniforms worn from 1994-2001. Worn for Sunday night games instead of Sunday alternate. Away Uniform: Hat: All blue hat with block C logo Undershirt: Blue undershirt Jersey: Grey jersey with blue piping, Cleveland going across with blue lettering and a red trim, Chief Wahoo on the left sleeve. Pants/Belt: Grey pants with blue and red piping down the side with a blue belt Socks/Cleats:Blue socks and black cleats Notes: No changes made to the entire uniform except the addition of the blue piping going down the jersey and the red stripe going down the side of the pants next to the blue stripe. Alternate 1 Home Uniform: Hat: blue hat with red bill and block C logo Undershirt: Blue undershirt Jersey: Cream jersey with blue piping, Indians going across in blue lettering and a red trim, Chief Wahoo on the left sleeve. Pants/Belt: Cream pants with blue and red piping down the side with a red belt Socks/Cleats: Red socks and Red cleats Notes: Only worn for Saturday and Sunday afternoon home games. Combines the 80's/90's uni's with an old school cream colored uniform. Alternate Away Uniform 1: Hat: All blue hat with Chief Wahoo logo Undershirt: Blue undershirt Jersey: Grey jersey with blue piping, Indians going across with red lettering and a blue trim, Chief Wahoo on the left sleeve. Pants/Belt: Grey pants with blue and red piping down the side with a blue belt Socks/Cleats: Blue socks and black cleats Notes: Worn for select away games. Heavily favors the design of the away uniforms worn from 1994-2001 except script Cleveland is replaced by script Indians. Alternate Home Uniform 2: Hat: Blue hat with red bill with Chief Wahoo logo Undershirt: Red undershirt Jersey: Blue jersey with red piping, Indians going across with red lettering and a white trim, Chief Wahoo on the left sleeve. Pants/Belt: White pants with red and blue piping down the side with a blue belt Socks/Cleats: Red socks and red cleats Notes: Worn on select weekday night games. Heavily favors the design of the alternate blue uniforms worn from 1998-1999 except script Cleveland is replaced by script Indians. Alternate Away Uniform 2: Hat: All blue hat with Block C logo Undershirt: Blue undershirt Jersey: Blue jersey with red piping, Cleveland going across in white lettering and a red trim, Chief Wahoo on the left sleeve. Pants/Belt: Grey pants with blue and red piping down the side with a blue belt Socks/Cleats: Blue socks and black cleats Notes: Worn on select away games The jersey is modeled after the blue alternate worn from 1998-1999 except Cleveland is in block lettering. Alternate Home Uniform 3: Hat: Blue hat with red bill with Chief Wahoo logo Undershirt: Red undershirt Jersey: Red jersey with blue piping, Indians going across in white lettering and a blue trim, Chief Wahoo on the left sleeve. Pants/Belt: White pants with red and blue piping down the side with a red belt Socks/Cleats: Red socks and red cleats Notes: Worn on Friday night home games and all Saturday night home games. Based off of 1997 All-Star Game HR Derby jerseys and plays homage to the red jerseys worn during the crooked C era. BP Home/Spring Training Home Uniform: Hat: Red hat with blue bill with block C logo Undershirt: Red undershirt Jersey: Blue Spring Training Jersey with red stripe down the sides, Indians going across in white lettering and red trim, Chief Wahoo on the left sleeve. Pants/Belt: White pants with red and blue piping down the side with a red belt Socks/Cleats: Red socks and red cleats Notes: Socks, cleats, and belt changes to blue during Spring Training. BP Away/Spring Training Away Uniform: Hat: Red hat with blue bill with block C logo Undershirt: Blue undershirt Jersey: Blue Spring Training Jersey with red stripe down the sides, Indians going across in white lettering and red trim, Chief Wahoo on the left sleeve Pants/Belt: Grey pants with blue and red stripe down the side with a blue belt Socks/Cleats: Blue socks and black cleats What do you think of this concept? I honestly as a fan, this set looks 10x better than the current sets the Tribe wears now and have always been a fan of the red dominating the home uniform as dominant blue has been an overkill with every team. Tell me what do you honestly think? Let me know.
  14. It's something that fantasies, what-ifs, and dreams are made of throughout the wide world of sports. It's seen on video games, tv networks, and websites everywhere. What if the top sports leagues like the NFL, MLB, NHL, NBA, and others had all of their greatest teams clash for one season? Now, it can happen. What if in the NFL, the 1985 Chicago Bears clashed with the 1972 "Perfect Season" Miami Dolphins? What if in MLB, the Brooklyn Dodgers of 1955 faced off against the 1969 New York Mets? What if in the NBA, Air Jordan's Bulls of the '90s played against Bill Russell's Boston Celtics of the '60s? These questions and many more will be answered here once upon a dream season. Here are the rules: 1. The best iteration of all the teams in each league will be in the season. Repeat champs can be combined into one team. (Here's an example; the 1977 & 1978 Montreal Canadiens can be combined into one. If you doing MLB, all of the great Montreal Expos teams and all of the great Washington Nationals/Senators teams will be available to choose for the Washington Nationals team in the MLB Dream Season.) 2. All teams will play will current era rules & playoff format to their league to be fair to all. 3. All teams can play in their iconic stadiums or arenas to that team's city (ex. 1969 Kansas City Chiefs can play in Arrowhead Stadium) 4. Schedules will be assigned this way; let's say you're doing the NFL Dream Season and you're the 1969 Chiefs in the American Football Conference and in the AFC West with Denver, Oakland/L.A., and San Diego/L.A., you will have to play the Broncos, Raiders, and Chargers twice due to all of them being in the same division as the Chiefs. They will have to play some teams in the same conference as the other teams like the '72 Dolphins or the '00 Ravens, while playing teams in the NFC like the '85 Bears or '99 Rams in a standard 16-game schedule. (Hope this makes sense.)
  15. MLF helmets I got the idea to do this after I saw JTrainGBR83's NBA football helmets thread.
  16. I live in Chicago and have noticed within the past few years a surge in popularity for sports merchandise featuring parts of the Chicago flag. For instance: I then thought about the Cubs incorporating the light blue as an accent with the pre-existing red and white in their color scheme to resemble the flag. The royal 'Cubbie' blue is still the primary color and there are still familiar elements like the home pinstripes, so it's not a huge departure, but I have also tweaked the logos and scripts to earlier versions from past years. I've always felt this Cub head was severely underutilized and the current circle C logoset to be pretty boring (I know it's been around for centuries but it's just my opinion). http://i.imgur.com/9rksZoa.jpg Just a fun concept to throw together, I know it looks pretty minor league-ish. Thoughts, opinions, criticisms welcome.
  17. This is just something i did in my spare time, whattdya'll think C&C please & thank you, especially on the logo patches
  18. One thing that bugs me about the tigers is that they don't have any Alternate jerseys (or haven't since the 90's) and they're current jerseys have nothing to do with the name Tigers so i made 2 jerseys,both are based off of throwbacks, that use the Tiger more. Hope you guys enjoy!
  19. This is my concept of what i think the Cleveland Indians should look like. There current sets are awful and boring so i combined some of Cleveland's best era's together and modernized it to come up with this. Hope you enjoy! logos: sportslogos.net Template: boards.sportslogos.net Fonts: boards
  20. I got an e-mail a couple of days ago from the Yankees. Apparently as part of the all-star festivities this year Major League Baseball is polling fans to name their team's "Franchise Four", the four "most impactful players" that represent the team's history. Sadly, as a Yankees fan there is little consideration and deliberation that can be made on the subject as there are four granite slabs beyond the outfield wall that represent four of the greatest players of all time, but it's fun to consider which four you would choose for each team. What are your "Franchise Four" for each major league team, or just your own team? Here's my picks. Just the East for now as I think about the other divisions... Yankees: Babe Ruth, Lou Gehrig, Joe DiMaggio, Mickey Mantle Red Sox: Ted Williams, Babe Ruth, Pedro Martinez, David Ortiz Orioles: Frank Robinson, Brooks Robinson, Eddie Murray, Cal Ripken Jr. Blue Jays: Roberto Alomar, Dave Stieb, Roy Halladay, Joe Carter Rays: Wade Boggs, Carl Crawford, Evan Longoria, Mets: Tom Seaver, Mike Piazza, David Wright, Gary Carter Braves: Hank Aaron, Chipper Jones, Tom Glavine, John Smoltz Phillies: Grover Cleveland Alexander, Mike Schmidt, Steve Carlton, Cole Hamels Nationals: Rusty Staub, Gary Carter, Andre Dawson, Stephen Strasburgh Marlins: Jeff Conine, Josh Beckett, Dontrelle Willis, Livan Hernandez
  21. What, in your opinion, is the most 1990s uniform of all time? A few nominations from me: ---Mighty Ducks' "Wild Wing" alternate: http://s19.photobucket.com/user/spyboy1/media/TSG%20Blog/SelanneWildWing-1.png.html ---Villanova men's hoops 1994-95 road jerseys: http://bleacherreport.com/articles/1666851-ranking-the-10-ugliest-college-basketball-uniforms-in-history/page/2 ---Kentucky's "claw mark" road jerseys: http://bleacherreport.com/articles/1666851-ranking-the-10-ugliest-college-basketball-uniforms-in-history/page/4 ---Kentucky's "denim" jerseys: http://bleacherreport.com/articles/1666851-ranking-the-10-ugliest-college-basketball-uniforms-in-history/page/8 ---Toronto Raptors' first few seasons ---New England Patriots' 1993 home ---New England Patriots' 1996 home or road ---Any of MLB's "Turn Ahead the Clock" sets ---New York Islanders' infamous "Fisherman" jerseys ---Carolina Panthers' whole set from inaugural season until logo change ---Something else altogether? If it helps, you can go sport-by-sport, and even separate between professional and amateur. I'd also be interested to see people's opinions of the "most 80s" and "most 70s" uniforms out there, though I myself was just born in '84. As far as wordmarks go, I don't think anything can challenge the Panthers' pre-logo-change script: http://www.sportslogos.net/logos/view/351/Carolina_Panthers/1996/Wordmark_Logo%C2'>
  22. Hi everyone! This is my concept i'll work on in my spare time. This is my first concept http://i376.photobucket.com/albums/oo208/ECUPIRATE4LIFE/FullSizeRender_zpszfoz5z9i.jpg
  23. When a team changes the logo and/or uniform, it can go either way- fans love/hate the change and it either does very well in sales/popularity or not. What are some examples of this you recall? For me, some NBA ones stand out. Positive #1- 1992 Suns. Some forget that Barkley wore the old uni in the preseason, so it's not like we knew what was coming. Literally. The new logo and uniform were unveiled on opening night. The famous staburst logo/uni. It became a hot seller and it was good timing- with the Lakers in decline, Phoenix became the chic Western Conference team. Positive #2- 2001-02 Mavericks. Some forget that the Cuban era and the 50 win playoff streak actually started in the last year of the old unis. This, like the Suns, made the team come off a lot cooler. Didn't hurt that Nash/Nowitzki were thriving, giving these new duds hot-selling names for jersey sales. Negative #1- 1995 Cavaliers. Like the Suns/Mavs, new arena = new look. But this one wasn't seen quite the same. It didn't help that they lacked a big-name to sell the jerseys like Barkley, or even Malone/Stockton with the Jazz mountain unis. Negative #2- 1999 Atlanta Hawks. The Hawks previous unis were ones that most remember- the PacMan logo, the mid-90s one, and the bird uni. Again- new arena, new look. But it just fell flat IMO. And the lack of success makes it more startling- With the PacMan logo uni- made the playoffs all but twice from 1983-1992. With the other uni and then the bird one- 7 straight playoff appearances. With the 1999 uni: never made the playoffs. Switched from yellow/red to red/blue- seven straight playoff appearances. Is it a coincidence that an era of bland jerseys had the least success compared to others?
  24. In your opinion, what are the worst offenders of all time in the still-ongoing "black for black's sake" trend, or the newer "gray for gray's sake" trend? Current? Past? A few that get on my nerves: BFBS: West Virginia men's basketball, black alternate: They wore these in the 2010 NCAA Tournament, making it all the way to the Final Four, so I'm sure many of you remember them. With dark blue being their primary color, there simply wasn't enough contrast with the numbers. I don't know whether they still have them; I read about a GFGS alternate they were getting a couple of years ago. Temple men's basketball, late 1990s: They still have a BFBS alternate, but this one wasn't an alternate---it was their only road uniform, replacing the gorgeous and iconic cherry red they had worn for years. Kansas City Royals road/alternate, Toronto Blue Jays entire uniform set, Cincinnati Reds road, mid 2000s: All three teams have a color as their nickname, or at least in their nickname, so why would they replace it with black? The Royals' was probably the most atrocious of the three; it was dated even before its introduction and wouldn't have looked good to my eyes even when it was in style (black-heavy late 90s). The Reds' black caps should've been killed off a lot sooner than they were---honestly, I don't see why they even need it as an accent color. I actually thought the Jays' GFGS home cap from 2004 looked decent, but overall they underutilized blue in that set. I was glad to see them go back to a more traditional design. Golden State Warriors alternate, present: Would this be BFBS or GFGS? Either way, it's unnecessary. Detroit Lions, former alternate: It didn't look altogether terrible, had it been for an expansion team or something. But it was for the Lions, who have a tradition-rich (and generally very tasteful) uniform history, with an excellent one-two punch of Honolulu blue and silver. They don't need black at all, much less as a jersey color. Best BFBS: Washington Huskies football and men's basketball alternate, late-2000s to present: Like with West Virginia's, these render the numerals hard to read; unlike West Virginia's, they look cool to me, in a modern "techy" sort of way. Arizona Cardinals: Their BFBS jersey isn't amazing, but it looks much better than their awful red jersey. I do find it slightly annoying, though, because Cardinals aren't black, they're red. This team's whole set (minus perhaps the logo and helmet) is due for a redesign, but they should maintain a black alternate jersey when that happens. Butler Bulldogs men's basketball: They actually look cool. I think navy blue uniforms would also look cool, though. I'd like to see them alternate between the two. Personal pet peeve: As briefly mentioned above, teams that have colors as (or in) their nicknames but wear another color (most commonly black, but not always) instead: Duke Blue Devils men's basketball and (more recently) football: Luckily they use the black as an alternate rather than eliminating the blue altogether. It doesn't look awful, but their blue looks much better. Stanford Cardinal men's basketball and football: Looks terrible, and cardinal is a color that they wear well in addition to being their nickname. You'd think people at such a prestigious school would see the incongruity here. Harvard Crimson men's basketball: Ditto, and they actually don't wear crimson now because of it. Boo. Niagara Purple/Purple Eagles: They sported black unis a few years back when they made the NCAAs. A real head-scratcher. North Texas Mean Green: Same thing. They're not the "Mean Black," they're the "Mean Green." Best and worst GFGS: Tennessee Volunteers football alternate: Best because the gray is a unique shade, it actually looks pretty good (esp. with orange numbers), and it makes me think of Tennessee's legendary Smoky Mountains. Worst because their orange is also a unique shade and it looks great, so any chance they pass up to wear it is a mistake. Next-worst GFGS: Wichita State Shockers men's basketball: Because it denies them a chance to ever wear yellow, the main color of their logo. Anyone else's thoughts are welcome!