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1 hour ago, ImmortalChef said:

It is actually the helmet logo that is most like the Jets

 

That helmet logo doesn't look like a green oval with white lettering inside of it.  @Discriminator's picture above is clearly a rip off of the Jets.  Do you have a better picture of your school's helmet logo?

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4 hours ago, WSU151 said:

 

That helmet logo doesn't look like a green oval with white lettering inside of it.  @Discriminator's picture above is clearly a rip off of the Jets.  Do you have a better picture of your school's helmet logo?

That's because the helmet he posted isn't the Jets ripoff.

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However, they have worn Jets ripoffs at some point.

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Hey guys, long-time lurker, first-time poster...love this thread, wanted to chip in.

When it comes to minor-league baseball clubs using their affiliate's look, I've always enjoyed the New York-Penn League's Utica Blue Sox, who diligently went to the trouble of re-working their entire uniform set every time they hooked on with a new big-league club (or, in the case of the White Sox, they switched their logos).

 

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8 hours ago, eastfirst107 said:

Hey guys, long-time lurker, first-time poster...love this thread, wanted to chip in.

When it comes to minor-league baseball clubs using their affiliate's look, I've always enjoyed the New York-Penn League's Utica Blue Sox, who diligently went to the trouble of re-working their entire uniform set every time they hooked on with a new big-league club (or, in the case of the White Sox, they switched their logos).

 

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That's the way to do it!

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8 hours ago, eastfirst107 said:

Hey guys, long-time lurker, first-time poster...love this thread, wanted to chip in.

When it comes to minor-league baseball clubs using their affiliate's look, I've always enjoyed the New York-Penn League's Utica Blue Sox, who diligently went to the trouble of re-working their entire uniform set every time they hooked on with a new big-league club (or, in the case of the White Sox, they switched their logos).

 

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This would be a lot cooler if they weren't called the Blue Sox and would need blue socks.

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Bumping this back up.  Usually when a minor-league team changes for a day, it's a whole new look.  Here they simply borrowed the Phillies script... sort of.  You can see how bad the script is since they can't even connect the letters.  There's signs for things in the park where the letters are connected, and it looks incredibly unnatural.

 

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On June 12, 2019 at 7:28 PM, BringBackTheVet said:

Bumping this back up.  Usually when a minor-league team changes for a day, it's a whole new look.  Here they simply borrowed the Phillies script... sort of.  You can see how bad the script is since they can't even connect the letters.  There's signs for things in the park where the letters are connected, and it looks incredibly unnatural.

 

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*Yawns in Español*

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