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Tokyo Yakult Swallows had neon green.

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2 hours ago, Eastport76 said:

Tokyo Yakult Swallows had neon green.

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Make that like two shades darker and you have the Brewers' wheat gold. 

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On 2/11/2019 at 1:16 PM, Mingjai said:

I thought these wouldn’t age well, but looking back, I still like the simplicity of WLAF’s Orlando Thunder:

 

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One of the best football uniforms to date IMO...

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On 2/13/2019 at 3:41 AM, jn8 said:

Not from Houston and not a fan of either the Texans or the Titans, so take my opinion for what you will, but I'd be against this type of a move.

For starters, I think the Texans have a solid identity the way they are, the only real changes I'd make would be to make the red jerseys the primary homes and to wear red socks when they wear the blue pants. The Texans have established themselves for closing in on 20 years, there's no need to mess with them now. If the team had a bad logo and had several different jersey redesigns throughout their history, then it could be a different discussion. As is, they've had the same (good) uniform set since day one, errr whenever they decided to ditch the white helmet. 

Secondly, we don't need to make things any more confusing, historically speaking. I don't want another Browns/Ravens or Hornets/Bobcats/Pelicans situation where for some reason Deshaun Watson is being credited with passing Warren Moon on the franchise's all time passing yards list or something even though the franchise Moon played for is in Tennessee and Watson's team was founded in 2002. They're different teams. The Oilers are in Tennessee and are called the Titans now. They're gone and never coming back.

 

Of course, all of this is meaningless because the Oilers nickname is still owned by the Adams family and the NFL has decided that the name is retired, preventing any team from using it again, including both the Titans and Texans.

Speaking of solid indentities, um the NFL made it perfectly clear that once Art Modell moved out of Cleveland, anything related to the Browns franchise ( team name, logos, uniforms, etc) would stay in Cleveland, so that meant Modell had to decide on a new team identity for his team in Baltimore. So both teams have securely locked up any future issues of switching back.

 

And the New Orleans NBA team wanted to rename their franchise to get rid any association with the Charlotte Hornets, once that happened, Charlotte wanted to aquire the Hornets nickname, dropping the Bobcats. So any issue of these teams changing nicknames is pretty much dead.

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3 hours ago, Tygers09 said:

Speaking of solid indentities, um the NFL made it perfectly clear that once Art Modell moved out of Cleveland, anything related to the Browns franchise ( team name, logos, uniforms, etc) would stay in Cleveland, so that meant Modell had to decide on a new team identity for his team in Baltimore. So both teams have securely locked up any future issues of switching back.

 

And the New Orleans NBA team wanted to rename their franchise to get rid any association with the Charlotte Hornets, once that happened, Charlotte wanted to aquire the Hornets nickname, dropping the Bobcats. So any issue of these teams changing nicknames is pretty much dead.

Except for how the new Charlotte hornets took the old Charlotte hornets history 

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