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1 hour ago, WSU151 said:

 Probably just used for TV/Spring Training games. 

It's the logo from their Spring Training/BP(?) caps.

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Interesting combo on a sign at the Trop, Kiermaier bottom right .  This hat and jersey has never been paired together 

 

 

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For those watching the Giants and the Padres, has anyone noticed the Willie McCovey and Peter Magowan patches on the Giants' sleeves?

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2 hours ago, Flames1fan said:

Does anyone know blue jays have new home cap or was just for today game?

Men's Toronto Blue Jays New Era White/Royal Alternate 3 MLB 150th Anniversary Authentic Collection 59FIFTY Fitted Hat

 

They've worn that multiple times the last couple years. 

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9 minutes ago, WSU151 said:

 

They've worn that multiple times the last couple years. 

 

This should be the permanent home hat for the Blue Jays.

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I don’t know if anyone mentioned it, but the Yanks are wearing black armbands this year for Mel Stottlemyre (RIP)...

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3 hours ago, Wade Heidt said:

 

 

This should be the permanent home hat for the Blue Jays.

 

100% agreed. Use the full blue caps for the away's as they did in the 90's and, you got yourself a winner.

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1 hour ago, Davey said:

 

100% agreed. Use the full blue caps for the away's as they did in the 90's and, you got yourself a winner.

 

But they wore the solid blue caps at home towards the end. It's a much sharper look, imo. Save the white panel caps for spring training and throwbacks.

 

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4 hours ago, daveindc said:

 

But they wore the solid blue caps at home towards the end. It's a much sharper look, imo. Save the white panel caps for spring training and throwbacks.

 

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That hat was easily their best, their logo just looks better with that light blue part of the logo and the a circle baseball behind it.

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The Tigers have kept the oversized "D" on the batting helmets.  The new, "medium" sized, "D" on the hats looks great.  They got that part right.

 

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On 3/27/2019 at 8:50 AM, SFGiants58 said:

The 1993 black jersey was fantastic, for what is was.

 

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It’d look even better without the inlays.

 

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They really don’t need black.

1 million percent yes!!!!! Why did they deviate from this?!?!?!?! 

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5 hours ago, EddieJ1984 said:

 

That hat was easily their best, their logo just looks better with that light blue part of the logo and the a circle baseball behind it.

 

No way, save the all blue for away games.  The white panel at home is the best look they've ever had.

 

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I heard this before spring training, but the Rays dropped nameplates starting this season.  I thought something looked different during the game yesterday.

 

It looks nice.

 

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The below is from 2018...

 

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Paul Lukas mentioned it in his season preview:

 

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Also: You know how some teams sew the lettering for the players' names on the back of the uniform directly onto the jersey, while others sew the lettering onto a separate strip of fabric and then sew that onto the jersey? Those fabric strips are called nameplates. The Rays and Indians have been the last two teams to use them for the past few years, but now both of those teams are switching to direct-sewn lettering, which will make this MLB's first nameplate-free season since 1972. How's that for a trivia nugget!

 

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8 hours ago, Proc said:

The Tigers have kept the oversized "D" on the batting helmets.  The new, "medium" sized, "D" on the hats looks great.  They got that part right.

 

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Hot take alert:

 

The new cap logo and pre 2017 cap logos are way too damn small. The larger logos used in 2018 were perfect 

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6 minutes ago, Gothamite said:

Paul Lukas mentioned it in his season preview:

 

Nameplates were incredibly tacky in baseball. I’m glad they’re gone, now that they’ve outlived their purpose (minor-league reuse and quick applications).

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15 hours ago, Around the Horn said:

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This looks so much better than the oversized mess it was in previous seasons.

 

Phils are looking better than ever.

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