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This might become a series of suggestions for MLB uniforms – or not. We'll see. I – Miami Marlins Blue Alternate Uniform The Miami Marlins of 2018 decided to not wear their orange alternate uniform – which, I guess to most people, was a bummer! When I and millions of other people think of the city of Miami, regardless whether we're baseball fans or not, we think of bright, loud and fresh colors. The ownership of the Marlins apparently not. So, all there's left for the Fish (this year) are a white, a black and a gray road uni. Okay. That's not for me! I have created my own MLB Authentic Uniform template completely in Adobe Illustrator, since Photoshop for some strange reasons isn't working anymore on my Mac. It ain't perfect, but I'm quite content with the result. So here's my blue alternate Marlins uniform – which I would prefer over the pretty decent orange (and probably for always and ever dumped) anytime.
Hey everyone, I know I haven't been able to be on this site as much recently, but school's caught up to me and I haven't had much time to make concepts. Nevertheless, I still wanted to just post these two quick touch-ups that didn't really fit anywhere else and see what you all think! Miami Marlins Logos -This is more of a revert to the Marlins' actual look than was in my tweak series, but I personally love the way the border of the 'M' looks in three colors. I just tried to make an effort to simplify and streamline its use a little bit across the board. -I decided to use the old teal from their time as the Florida Marlins to further distinguish from the Mets and the rest of baseball. -I tried to incorporate the tri-color outline into all of the letters for more consistency, as well as to allow this set to be a truly unique look. -For now, no 'Marlins' wordmark just because I don't think it would look as good with the tri-color border. Uniforms -The uniforms stay pretty similar to my tweak concept, but black is added to the middle of the piping of all the uniforms. -I also adjusted the number font because I found one that pretty perfectly matches the 'Miami' font. I used the same formula for the tri-color as is used in the wordmarks: yellow on the top, orange on the sides, and teal on the bottom. -I'm not too big a fan of how the away works into this set, so I'd personally imagine they just rotate between the alternates while on the road. I also made a dark gray uniform if you guys wanna see that. -Here is a better look at all the possible combinations: Minnesota Twins Logos -I had to admit to myself that if I'm still unsure whether or not I like the Twins uniforms after three seasons, then they probably don't currently have the best design. -I wanted to try to find a way to incorporate the dropshadows and the tan/gold and make it all work, but for this I'm settling with not using the dropshadows and utilizing an off-white/cream. -The primary now has a red border, and the T of both TC caps is now cream instead of there being an outline. Uniforms -I decided to go full off-white for the home, as I've realized how great the 60's throwback looks and how well it fits with Target Field. -The red alternate is now bordered with off-white, and the navy alternate has off-white as the color of the letters & numbers. -This set, like the Marlins, leaves me unsure with what to do with the regular road, as I feel the gray doesn't work well with the rest of the set. Maybe you all can help with some recommendations. Thanks everybody for looking, and I'd love to hear what you all think!