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10 minutes ago, spartacat_12 said:

 

Me too, but I can't see it happening. The name change is going to be jarring enough for fans to get used to. I'm sure they'll try to salvage as much as they can from the current identity.


Oh, I don’t expect them to adopt new colors. I’m just open to the possibility. 
 

Honestly, the Angels or Rangers might be well-suited to deviate a little (as expansion clubs). The Angels dropping navy for purple or the Rangers going for a darker, rustier red might work.

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1 minute ago, SFGiants58 said:


Oh, I don’t expect them to adopt new colors. I’m just open to the possibility. 
 

Honestly, the Angels or Rangers might be well-suited to deviate a little (as expansion clubs). The Angels dropping navy for purple or the Rangers going for a darker, rustier red might work.

I've always preferred red and yellow for the Angels (like your concept) and steel blue/brick red for the Rangers (like your concept). Honestly, it might just be best if the MLB simply used what you've designed.

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3 hours ago, spartacat_12 said:

 

"Let's do something different and not wear grey all the time" says the team wearing red, blue, & white.

 

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Both ideas are true. Too much grey is boring. Too many red, white and blue teams exist.

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5 hours ago, FiddySicks said:

I wish they would just do with the ASG BP caps the same as they did with the 2013 caps and just put out a host specific NL and AL cap instead of trying to cram everyone’s team logo onto the hat. 
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This wasn't just a 2013 thing either. They did this from 2007 until the 2013 game. It's a real shame that they stopped doing it. 

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29 minutes ago, the admiral said:

Burgundy and grey would look pretty sharp on the road.


One of the principally-red teams should adopt burgundy.  I’d prefer Philadelphia, since it worked so well before, and they could pull off burgundy and white without having too many other colors to get in the way.  

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The Phillies use blue so sparingly, and it's not navy, so looking like other teams isn't so much the issue even in the red jersey... that said, the red pinstripes have always looked like faded pink from afar and the bubbly font everywhere is awful. If anything that sparingly used red jersey is my favorite of their current set, somehow. I'd love the Phillies to go burgundy again. Can take or leave powder blue, take or leave the old modernist logoset or something totally new.

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22 minutes ago, Gothamite said:


One of the principally-red teams should adopt burgundy.  I’d prefer Philadelphia, since it worked so well before, and they could pull off burgundy and white without having too many other colors to get in the way.  

 

The team that will be formerly known as the Indians could try wine with a hint of navy or yellow like the Cavs.

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1 hour ago, jp1409 said:

The team that will be formerly known as the Indians could try wine with a hint of navy or yellow like the Cavs.

 

Wine and gold is a great color scheme.  Wine and navy are terrible - the shades are far too similar, they'd be muddy together at any distance. 

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11 minutes ago, Gothamite said:

 

Wine and gold is a great color scheme.  Wine and navy are terrible - the shades are far too similar, they'd be muddy together at any distance. 


You’d have to do a “no touch” design, like 90% of Avs concepts on the boards. I don’t trust Cleveland with getting it right.

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30 minutes ago, MNtwins3 said:

I feel like the Red Sox have been wearing their navy alt on the road considerably more than the greys


Used to be that both of their alts were strictly Friday only, and they held to that almost perfectly for 10 years (but for day-night doubleheaders and other acceptable diversions). Then they picked the 2018 World Series of all times to ditch that protocol and it’s been haywire ever since. 

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5 hours ago, GriffinM6 said:

This wasn't just a 2013 thing either. They did this from 2007 until the 2013 game. It's a real shame that they stopped doing it. 


Yeah they made them in that crappy BP style they used to have with the weird ear flaps. I was really excited for them to finally switch over to the 59Fify BP caps mostly because I was excited to get some cool ASG themed 59Fifty AL and NL caps in that style. Then after one year they changed the whole system to where every players hat is different and they’ve mostly sucked ever since. 

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13 hours ago, Sport said:

 

If the Phillies are anything like the Reds then the dam just broke and they're about to wear their red tops way more often than "sporadically". The Reds used to strictly wear the red alternates only on Sunday home day games. They held to that rule for a while, but then expanded the usage to weekend home day games, which then grew to all home day games, which then grew to occasional road games, which then grew to wearing it whenever they feel like it. Now it feels like they wear it on the road as much as they wear the road grays. 

I'm not as worried about that since they've already got the cream alternates for home day games (which frankly I'd rather see full time instead of the pinstripes)

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10 hours ago, SFGiants58 said:

You’d have to do a “no touch” design, like 90% of Avs concepts on the boards. I don’t trust Cleveland with getting it right.


neither do I, which is why I think wine and navy would be a terrible scheme for them. 

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