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YES. I do not associate A.I. with this uniform at all. Hell, I barely associate him with the Red-White-&-Blue color scheme at all since he only wore it for a year or two in his early days. The logo identity that the Sixers used before this one could truly be defined as the Iverson Era.

On a similar note, I don't associate Bill Walton with the classic black, diagonal-striped Blazers jerseys:

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Hell, I didn't even know he stuck around with Portland long enough to wear those. I've always associated him with the red jerseys with vertical type, or even his Celtics jerseys.

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Mets reliever Tim Brydak

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There's plenty more where that came from (the team all wore hockey jerseys on the flight to Toronto; they play the Blue Jays this weekend):

http://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.10151746316245078.869267.94421890077&type=1

http://www.newsday.com/sports/baseball/mets/mets-players-show-off-their-hockey-jerseys-1.3724791#7

https://twitter.com/#!/Mets

My faves have to be Jason Bay rocking the Whale, David Wright with a District 5 Ducks jersey, and Jon Rauch with a Syracuse Bulldogs (Slap Shot) jersey.

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Say what you want about this team, they may not be that good, but these Mets are real likeable. A few weeks ago they went in a Cowboy motiff to Houston.

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How does that make them likable? Not that it has the opposite effect but I don't think a team playing dress up to fly to away games makes them any more likable than any other team

Shows a human/fun side of them. The more people (customers) get to know these athletes the more willing they are to like them then in turn spend $$$ on the Mets.

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How does that make them likable? Not that it has the opposite effect but I don't think a team playing dress up to fly to away games makes them any more likable than any other team

Shows a human/fun side of them. The more people (customers) get to know these athletes the more willing they are to like them then in turn spend $$$ on the Mets.

Good on the Mets to be Rays wanna-bes.

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How does that make them likable? Not that it has the opposite effect but I don't think a team playing dress up to fly to away games makes them any more likable than any other team

Shows a human/fun side of them. The more people (customers) get to know these athletes the more willing they are to like them then in turn spend $$$ on the Mets.

Yeah, I actually agree with that. People are that stupid.

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How does that make them likable? Not that it has the opposite effect but I don't think a team playing dress up to fly to away games makes them any more likable than any other team

Shows a human/fun side of them. The more people (customers) get to know these athletes the more willing they are to like them then in turn spend $$$ on the Mets.

Yeah, I actually agree with that. People are that stupid.

Yeah, just look at the signature and avatars around here. :rolleyes:

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