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Why would that person take 4 nearly identical photos of the front, when there's clearly some kind of detailing on the shoulder and back?  Maybe wide mesh, maybe some kind of design.  Didn't need 4 pics of the front.  

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Do we know what the Rangers have planned for their uniform this year?   They plan on opening at full capacity and essentially beginning the actual open to the fans of Globe Life Field.   Are they still going to wear the patches as if this were the real opening season?

 

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According to UniWatch, the Mariners will now be wearing the teal-brimmed cap with their navy jerseys.

 

If only they’d make the switch to wearing that cap with every jersey.

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1 hour ago, Silent Wind of Doom said:

Do we know what the Rangers have planned for their uniform this year?   They plan on opening at full capacity and essentially beginning the actual open to the fans of Globe Life Field.   Are they still going to wear the patches as if this were the real opening season?

 

 

Huh? Globe Life opened last year, hosted games (the 2020 season, though limited) and the World Series (with fans in attendance). 

 

It's not like the Rangers didn't play there last year. 

 

Also, you can resize graphics when you post so they aren't just ridiculously large and annoying. 

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On 3/11/2021 at 5:38 PM, BBTV said:

The pennant looks really stupid.  If it was fully extended, the 19 and 89 would be like 3 feet apart.  That's also one of the worst scripts I've ever seen.  What the hell is up with that d?  The W and d both show parts that pass in front of the letters (or behind), but none of the others.  Shouldn't the loop in the l be in that style too?

 

It's easily the worst WS logo of that era.


I vaguely remember hearing on some Giants documentary on CSN Bay Area (the ones that usually

play during rain delays and stuff) that the Battle of the Bay logo was something that MLB properties slapped together at the very last minute when it was looking like the matchup was actually going to come to fruition. That would make sense to me, as I’ve never liked that logo (despite my local connection) precisely because it just looks rushed. 

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4 hours ago, WSU151 said:

Huh? Globe Life opened last year, hosted games (the 2020 season, though limited) and the World Series (with fans in attendance). 

 

It's not like the Rangers didn't play there last year. 

 

Also, you can resize graphics when you post so they aren't just ridiculously large and annoying. 

 

That was a recent learning experience but it didn't seem a big deal for one image quickly put in.

 

It sat empty save for a couple dozen people on the field for the entire regular season and the team didn't make the playoffs.   More Braves fans have been inside the park than Rangers fans.   The team's fanbase hasn't seen their team play in their new home once.   It can easily be argued that they haven't "opened" yet and can be used to hock a bunch of merch.   Don't know how much inaugural merch they sold when no one could say they were there.

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33 minutes ago, Silent Wind of Doom said:

 

That was a recent learning experience but it didn't seem a big deal for one image quickly put in.

 

It sat empty save for a couple dozen people on the field for the entire regular season and the team didn't make the playoffs.   More Braves fans have been inside the park than Rangers fans.   The team's fanbase hasn't seen their team play in their new home once.   It can easily be argued that they haven't "opened" yet and can be used to hock a bunch of merch.   Don't know how much inaugural merch they sold when no one could say they were there.

 

Note the bold...which season are you talking about? The 2020 season...the first season in the stadium...the inaugural season? 

 

The first pitch, first hit, first strikeout, first HR have already occurred in the stadium at a Major League level in regular season games. An inaugural season isn't based on who is in attendance but rather the events that occur, notably real games. 

 

2021 isn't the inaugural season for the stadium. An inaugural season isn't defined as "A season where we can sell merchandise to fans in attendance". There have probably been more Phillies and Braves fans than Marlins fans in attendance at Marlins Park since it opened, and yet its inaugural season was still years ago. 

 

And you can go back and edit the size of the photo instead of "welp hey maybe next time."

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5 hours ago, MJD7 said:

According to UniWatch, the Mariners will now be wearing the teal-brimmed cap with their navy jerseys.

 

If only they’d make the switch to wearing that cap with every jersey.

I would argue that's the one jersey that doesn't need the teal brimmed hat

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24 minutes ago, MNtwins3 said:

I would argue that's the one jersey that doesn't need the teal brimmed hat

In a vacuum, I’d actually agree. However, any embrace of teal is a welcome sight for the M’s at this point, especially in the navy-heavy MLB, so hopefully this is a sign of things to come.

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