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Fans in San Diego have been making a strong push for return of the brown and yellow. It's eventually going happen. Perhaps next year's ASG logo will be a prelude to new, retro Padre unis next season.

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Fans in San Diego have been making a strong push for return of the brown and yellow. It's eventually going happen. Perhaps next year's ASG logo will be a prelude to new, retro Padre unis next season.

Cue that one Padre fan on here who contends the fanbase embraces navy just because most fans wear it (which can be said about any current look ever).

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This will be very interesting to say the least. I'd be curious to know if they'd consider releasing the "temporary" navy and white placeholder logo on Friday and then if a rebrand occurs in 2016 then release a recolored version at that time.

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This will be very interesting to say the least. I'd be curious to know if they'd consider releasing the "temporary" navy and white placeholder logo on Friday and then if a rebrand occurs in 2016 then release a recolored version at that time.

Personally, I can't see that happening. Merchandise will be sold ASAP

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I wonder why it took so long for the ASG to get to San Diego. It's a nice ballpark and a great location for visiting fans.


If they do go with brown, I'm interested in what color they'd mesh it with (gold, orange, sand, etc.).

I don't see the Padres going to brown. The organization seems to prefer blending in. I'd predict red and blue to match minor league history. But if they do embrace the opportunity to stand out, they will probably go with yellow. This is the "hot" throwback look for the team. I suppose there is an outside shot they'd try light blue or something. There is absolutely no way they'd go with orange. That was definitely my favorite look, but it's pretty forgotten about by now.

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I wonder why it took so long for the ASG to get to San Diego. It's a nice ballpark and a great location for visiting fans.

If they do go with brown, I'm interested in what color they'd mesh it with (gold, orange, sand, etc.).

I don't see the Padres going to brown. The organization seems to prefer blending in. I'd predict red and blue to match minor league history. But if they do embrace the opportunity to stand out, they will probably go with yellow. This is the "hot" throwback look for the team. I suppose there is an outside shot they'd try light blue or something. There is absolutely no way they'd go with orange. That was definitely my favorite look, but it's pretty forgotten about by now.
I know what you mean and if it wasn't for the Giants getting the 2007 game they would've got the 2006 ASG.

Petco Park is one of the most beautiful stadium in MLB and can't wait to go back next Sunday

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There have been rumors in San Diego that the Padres are either going to wear a brown throwback (a la the Brewers) or a brown alternate (a la the Mariners) starting next year but it's doubtful that they go back to brown full time.

The good money is on a return to navy and orange.

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There have been rumors in San Diego that the Padres are either going to wear a brown throwback (a la the Brewers) or a brown alternate (a la the Mariners) starting next year but it's doubtful that they go back to brown full time.

The good money is on a return to navy and orange.

Please, please, please, please, please, please NO. The 90's Padres are one of the most overrated looks in sports history. I prefer their current look to it, and I especially prefer navy and sand to navy and orange.
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