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A Very Royal Post Season

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By Phil Hecken

As you are all (hopefully) now aware, the four teams in their respective League Championship Series’ (LCS) have as their main color royal blue. It’s the first time in MLB history this has happened. And not only do all four teams (the Royals & Blue Jays in the American League and Mets & Cubs in the National) have royal blue caps, all four have royal blue alternate tops. The Blue Jays wear theirs both at home and on the road, while the Cubs and Royals restrict their royal top to just road games (although the Royals do have a powder blue top they wear at home). The Mets have both a home and a road royal jersey, plus two alternate caps (one with an orange brim and white-outlined “NY” for the home top, and one with a silver/gray “NY” for the road top).

royal1That’s a LOT of royal blue. And if all holds true to form, we’ll be seeing plenty of royal tops in both LCS’s. Last night, in the first game of the ALCS, the Royals wore their white home uniforms, while the Blue Jays wore their blue alternates. The Blue Jays rarely wore their gray tops after August, so the blue tops were no surprise. In their ALDS versus the Rangers, they started by wearing their home whites for their first game, but immediately switched to blue alts for game 2. For road games 3 & 4, they wore blue tops in both games, and then closed things out in game 5 by wearing…blue tops. If they continue to wear their blue tops at home in this series, we likely won’t see the Royals in their royal blue alternates (more on that in a sec).

The Cubs only sported the blue tops on the road for their NLDS, wearing them in both games in St. Louis. They wore their home pinstripes in both games in Chicago (both of which they won), sticking with their 2015 uni-usage pattern.

royal2The Mets, on the other hand, wore their blue alternates only once (a home victory over the Dodgers) — this was in a game started by Matt Harvey, who loves the blue alternates. They wore gray for all three road games and home pinstripes for their other home game.

The Royals, both in this post season as well as all of last year (when they reached Game 7 of the World Series), did not wear an alternate top at all. Unless something drastic happens (like say, a three-game losing streak in their “regular” uniforms), we’re likely to see the Royals in white and gray tops only.

We may have an interesting situation tonight, because something’s (most likely) gotta give. Matt Harvey (who loves the royal top) starts against the Cubs, who’ve worn their blue tops for both of their road games this post season. Will Harvey (and the Mets) wear their regular home pins? It’s possible, but not likely. Will the Cubs therefore have to wear their gray road tops? You’d think so, but when Paul and I were discussing the uniform situation yesterday, he reminded me there is no “rule” that one team must wear either white or gray. So we could see both teams in alternate royal tops.

royal3Is this likely? Of course not — but it is (theoretically) possible. Wouldn’t that be lovely? (As an aside, the Cubs also wore their road blues in their Wild Card victory over the black-topped Bucs.)

What are the teams’ records while wearing their alternates?

Well, the Cubs went 1-1 against St. Louis (and also won their wild card game in them). So in the post season, the Cubs are 2-1 in their alts. The Mets won their only game in the blue alternates (1-0), and the Blue Jays went 3-1 in their ALDS against the Rangers). Taken collectively, before last night’s game, the blue alternates had a record of 6-2. With the Blue Jays losing, blue-topped teams are still an impressive 6-3 (.667) winning percentage.

One thing that’s interesting about the four remaining teams in the post season: Although each team wears a royal cap, all four have a different color squatchee! The Blue Jays have a blue one (except for this guy), the Royals have a white one, the Cubs have a red one, and the Mets…well they have an orange one (and another orange one, and a third orange one).

So — what do you guys think about all this royal? I once complained about all the red alternates in the game — but having four teams sporting (basically) the same color caps & alternate jerseys in both LCS’s? That’s unprecedented. Is it too much royal? And as you’re probably also aware, two of the teams who were eliminated from the playoffs — the Dodgers and Rangers also have royal as a main color (though the Rangers also sport red in almost equal amounts).

Additionally, the Seattle Mariners have a royal blue cap for their Sunday alternate, as do the Milwaukee Brewers with their throwback. And while not royal, other teams sporting blue caps include the Tampa Bay Rays, Boston Red Sox, Minnesota Twins, Cleveland Indians, Houston Astros, St. Louis Cardinals (sometimes on the road), Milwaukee Brewers, Seattle Mariners, San Diego Padres, Atlanta Braves, and Philadelphia Phillies (sometimes). Also wearing midnight blue caps are the New York Yankees and Detroit Tigers.

That’s a lot of blue.

I don’t know who’s going to advance to the World Series, or who’s going to win it — but I can say with certainty — the team that does will be wearing a royal blue cap.

It sure is a very royal postseason.

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classic scoreboards splashClassic Ballpark Scoreboards

I’m pleased to continue with a favorite weekend feature here at Uni Watch, “Classic Ballpark Scoreboards,” which are created by Gary Chanko. You probably know Gary best for his wonderful colorizations, but he has been a solid contributor for many years, and this is his new project. This segment will appear every Saturday on Uni Watch.

Here’s Gary (click on image to enlarge):

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Classic Ballpark Scoreboards – Series II
by Gary Chanko

Classic Football Scoreboards revisits the Orange Bowl for a look at its earlier scoreboard history.

Orange Bowl (1947-63)

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Home of: Orange Bowl Game (1938-95), University of Miami Hurricanes (1937-2007), Miami Seahawks, AAFC (1946), Miami Dolphins (1966-86), FIU (2007), Minor League baseball Marlins (various games 1956-60)

Opened: First football game December 1937; Demolished: 2008

A previous edition of Classic Scoreboards featured the Orange Bowl scoreboard as it appeared during Super Bowl III. During its six decade history the Orange Bowl featured a number of scoreboard installations. The one installed in the late 1940s was a colorful classic.

The scoreboard graphic depicts this classic configuration at end of the 29th Orange Bowl game played on January 1, 1964. Alabama shutout the Oklahoma Sooners 17-0.

The 1963 version of the Orange Bowl scoreboard was originally installed for the 1947 football season. The game clock on the right hand side was a large analog timepiece. By the 1957 Orange Bowl game the analog time clock was replaced with a digital version. A large graphic of an orange filled the spot vacated by the clock. It’s visible at the 34 second mark in the video.

The original Orange Bowl scoreboard (or very close to it) can be viewed in this video clip of the 1946 Orange Bowl. (scroll to the 13:50 minute mark).

A Few Things to Know

• This particular Orange Bowl (an epic defensive game) is remembered for many notable players, coaches, TV announcers, and a US President:

• ABC TV Announcers: Curt Gowdy, Paul Christman, Jim McKay

• Coaches: Paul Bear Bryant (Alabama) and Bud Wilkinson (Oklahoma)

• Players: Joe Namath, Lee Roy Jordan, who Jordan, who recorded 31 tackles in the game.

• Presidents: John F. Kennedy and wife Jackie

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If anyone is interested in purchasing a digital copy of these posters, Gary is working on an online purchase option. In the interim you can contact him directly at Classicscoreboards@gmail.com.

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T-Shirt Club reminder: In case you missed it earlier this week, the Uni Watch T-Shirt Club’s latest offering — the amazing tequila sunrise design — is available for ordering for a few more days. The design and production issues on this one were fairly complex, so we decided to have some samples made — so much better than just having a mock-up. Check it out (click to enlarge):

Not bad, right? Additional details here, or you can just order it here.

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Design an ambulanceDESIGN CONTEST REMINDER!

Last Saturday, in combination with Uni Watcher Daniel Secord, I announced a new design contest — one that really is probably the craziest design contests ever — an ambulance. It’s actually pretty simple (although the execution may be tricky), and there are prizes!

If you missed it, please read the entry here for all the rules, downloads, graphics, deadlines, etc.

I’ve only received THREE total entries so far — a ridiculously low number — so it’s time for you designers to step it up! I know you can do this one some justice (and there are prizes!). There is still about a week and a half until the deadline, so you’ve still got some time.

Hope we can get our designers (and non-designers alike) to really give this one a shot.

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Uni Watch News Ticker:

Baseball News: With both LCS’ now set, Conrad Burry has made his playoff circle, which of course shows a very blue set of teams. … “Mets catcher Travis d’Arnaud wears an old Coolflo helmet with good mask,” notes Michael Siegumnd. “He still wears the regular helmet to bat, though.” … “So a fan got a tattoo of Jose Bautista’s bat flip,” writes Kary Klismet. “That wasn’t rash or anything.” … Good observation from Richard Paloma who writes, “I’ve been following this fact since the Mets were the first “expansion era” team to make the series in 1969. IF the Mets win the NLCS, this will be the first World Series that neither team was one of the original 16, in essence, both would be deemed ‘expansion’ teams.” … Oops — yesterday, MLB Network was showing 1985 ALCS highlights but were using outdated logos (nice grab by Correa Harden Watt). … The Houston Cougars are selling a hat with their logo and the Houston Astros logo on the same hat (via Corey Buck). … The Rangers and Astros also did the cross-branding thing (via Robert Behrens). … “Why is there an ad for an insurance company in the dugout?” asks Mark Weber. “Are MLB players short on coverage?” … The Mets just weren’t getting any respect last night. First DirecTV confused the Mets with UEFA (thanks to Balsley), and then one of the networks noted that Matt Harvey has a great ERA against…the Mets (nice grab by Ryan Brown). Sigh.

NFL News: Do the Eagles win when they wear their black jerseys? A game-by-game history. … Echoing the sentiments Paul expressed earlier this week, this article says “Roger Goodell and the NFL got DeAngelo Williams’ uniform right.” … This “Packers display carries Halloween fun down to the ghoul line.” … Good lord — Fanatics is now selling sweatshirts/hoodies with logos in the armpits (from Yancy Yeater). … Good news Browns fans, your team is going Brown/White/Brown against the Broncos this Sunday. … For years, soccer players have exchanged jerseys after games, but this tradition is now becoming a thing in the NFL (from Dave Rakowski). … Because WalMart: here’s the perfect hat for all Kansas City Viking/Minnesota Chief fans (from Robert Hayes).

College/High School Football News: Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you know tonight THE Ohio State University Buckeyes will be going BFBS, because Nike. But really, Nike has been pushing new looks for THE since 2009. … The Miami Hurricanes will be looking very green today against Virginia Tech (h/t Adam Apatoff). … Pinktober will be in full swing for UNC today (h/t James Gilbert). … “It’s (Paul’s) worst nightmare:” Northwestern State is wearing all purple today for homecoming (from Josh McDaniel). … Pretty cool: Texas A&M is planning to wear special helmets for Hallowe’en that appear blank until a light is shone on them, revealing the aTm decal. Here’s a bit more on that. … Ole Miss will again bust out their gorgeous powder blue hats against Memphis. … Bowling Green will be going all GIJokeTober (wait, what?) with their uniforms today against Akron (h/t Matthew Daley). … Here’s what Ohio State’s BFBS helmets for tonight will look like (h/t George Reinke). … “Looks like (the) Panthers of Pioneer Valley High School in Santa Maria, CA are using the logo of the NFL namesake,” says Greg Riffenburgh). … Here’s a look at the helmets the Utah Utes will wear today (via Cody). … Military decals going on the back of the Minnesota Gopher helmets this weekend (via Paul). … Utah State did the Pinktober helmet thingy last night (h/t Ben Froehle). Apparently it was a hard game to watch, since the hard camera is on the opposite sideline from the facing of the logo. Submitter Preston Feiler adds, “So on tv, during (last) night’s game vs. Boise St., the logo appears upside down.” … Virginia Tech will go monochromatic white against Miami today (via Andrew Cosentino). … It’s not too often you see a “Registered Trademark  ®” on a mascot helmet decal (from Missouri Locker Room).

NBA News: The Denver Nuggets have revealed their new locker room (thanks to Mike Chamernik). Feel free to make all the jokes you want. … That early mockup of the Clippers black alternate has now been confirmed. Just as bad as we feared.

Hockey News: While the NHL has never had any of its teams do the “pink in the rink” thing for actual game play, lots of lower-level teams do wear pink sweaters for the tatas. … Here’s more pink in the rink. And still more pink in the rink (h/t Nick Wittenrood). … As you guys likely know, the Nashville Preds have added a gold helmet this year, and not everyone is a fan, but there are definitely some out there who love them. … The Florida Everblades goal posts are now blue due to the ECHL’s new partnership with GEICO (from Jeff Bryniarski).

College Hoops News: Here is a look at the Syracuse Orange jerseys and new shorts (from Patrick Thomas). Here’s a bit more on that. … Also from Patrick, a look at the new Wyoming Cowboys uniforms for 2015-16. … New uniforms for the Cincinnati Bearcats (via Aesthetic SB), who seem to have a “Hawks-like” sweatback pattern. Here’s another look. … The Cincy Bearcats ladies got new unis too. … New basketball unis for the Auburn Tigers (h/t Clint Richardson). Here’s more (from Andrew McCain). … Here’s a look at Purdue’s 2015-16 unis (h/t Carson Bowers). … Portland State has new road uniforms (via Vikings MBB). … Northwestern has introduced some new alternate gray unis (from NU Men’s Basketball). … Beautiful red unis for the Utah Utes (via Utah Basketball).

Grab Bag: A place called Taylor’s Bakery is selling broken cell phone cookies and Brady sketch cookies (from Jonathan Daniel). … Here are the oar insignia of all 15 Mass. colleges participating in Head of the Charles (bit more here). Tweeted to me by Brian Mazmanian. … Top curling teams say they won’t use new broom technology that threatens to alter the sport dramatically by slowing down and changing the direction of a rock in motion (thanks to Mike Styczen). Fuck that — I gotta get me one of them brooms. … Hmmm — Six Premier League stars ruled out with cruciate injuries all wore Nike boots–but experts claim it is an ‘unhappy coincidence’ (from Trevor).

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And that’s all for today, kids. Thanks to Gary for the scoreboards and everyone who submitted for the ticker. Don’t forget to get your Uni-Guts tee shirt and Design an Ambulance, ok? OK! Enjoy two very royal playoff games today, plus all the NCAA football action (some good games on the docket today — and hopefully some interesting uni matchups as well). I’ll be back tomorrow with the full SMUW crew. Till then…

Follow me on Twitter @PhilHecken.

Peace.

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“As a fairly religious Christian, I have at times had to cringe when I hear some of the arrogant, cocky, misguided statements from Christian athletes, that unfortunately get lumped together with the truly genuine, humble, heartfelt statements of others.”

— Special K

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46 comments to A Very Royal Post Season

  • Mild bill | October 17, 2015 at 7:53 am |

    Interesting facts about the 1964 Orange Bowl but I am a bit confused. Surely it is not being insinuated that President Kennedy was in attendance that day.

  • SkillSets | October 17, 2015 at 8:22 am |

    Re: royal blue in MLB postseason (and the ABC-TV Orange Bowl) This is a Blue Network Production! http://www.digitaldeliftp.com/LookAround/la_networkspot_abc.htm

  • Ran Isaacs | October 17, 2015 at 8:26 am |

    https://twitter.com/MiamiHurricanes/status/655010104023109632

    Geez, even on the mockup they can’t get the shades to match.

  • Kevin Zdancewicz | October 17, 2015 at 9:04 am |

    Typo in Baseball: Should say Rangers and Texas A&M not Astros.

  • arrScott | October 17, 2015 at 9:14 am |

    Hardline Curling put out a statement yesterday denying that its brooms are “directional” and do what they’re accused of doing: http://hardlinecurling.com/en/hardline-blog

  • Shane | October 17, 2015 at 9:21 am |

    The Giants were doing similar college hats late in the season. Kruk and Kuip kept lamenting on air that they wanted the SFSU colored ones.

  • tenz | October 17, 2015 at 10:03 am |

    I have to add, each of those blue alternate tops on the Cubs, Mets, Blue Jays and Royals are truly painful to look at for this fan. Four teams with beautiful uniforms that, in my opinion, are quickly rendered bush league by the alternate jerseys.

    • scott | October 17, 2015 at 10:35 am |

      Agreed. And I find it amusing/ troubling that the players’ superstitions surrounding uniform selection now typically goes something like dark tops = good luck and white and gray tops = bad luck. I think the last team to win a World Series deciding game wearing a dark-colored alt is the 2003 Marlins.

  • scott | October 17, 2015 at 10:30 am |

    Unless something has changed since 2007, the Mets and Cubs would not both be allowed to wear blue softball tops tonight. In game 2 of that year’s NLCS between the Rockies and Diamondbacks, Arizona broke out its black softball tops, presumably to stop the superstitious Rockies, who’d been playing exceptionally well in their black sleeveless alts:

    http://usatoday30.usatoday.com/sports/baseball/2007-10-12-2452525275_x.htm

    • DenverGregg | October 17, 2015 at 10:58 am |

      But he was talking world series. The 07 Rox lost to an original eight AL team: the Boston Spawn of Satan.

      • scott | October 17, 2015 at 11:07 am |

        Huh? Not sure what you’re referring to. Yes, Colorado and Boston played in the 2007 World Series.

  • PhilJ | October 17, 2015 at 10:43 am |

    I still get bummed out thinking that the Orange Bowl stadium is gone. My dad grew up in the neighborhood next to the stadium, and my grandfather was a doctor for the Hurricanes football team. My dad spent many Saturdays watching college football from the sidelines of the OB, and getting to go in the locker room with my grandfather during halftime. And my mom watched her high school football team play all its home games at the OB. I went to many fun UM games and Orange Bowl games in that stadium.

  • scott | October 17, 2015 at 11:14 am |

    Under section 3.03 of the official MLB rules, there is this clause that seemingly would prohibit two teams from wearing similar colored jerseys, especially if they aren’t considered “distinct” enough:

    (d) (1.11(b)(1)-(2)) A league may provide that each team shall
    wear a distinctive uniform at all times, or that each team shall
    have two sets of uniforms, white for home games and a different
    color for road games

    • Steve D | October 17, 2015 at 12:12 pm |

      My guess is that MLB will not let them both wear blue, which is the correct decision. I imagine it would be the home team’s call to choose a uniform first, so I bet the Mets will pick blue, forcing the Cubs to gray.

      If they both wear blue, we can assume MLB doesn’t care. The other possibility that I think would be a bit fascist, but result in a cool outcome…MLB steps in and dictates Mets wear their primary pinstripes and Cubs wear their grays.

      • The Jeff | October 17, 2015 at 1:49 pm |

        Don’t the Mets also have an orange alternate floating around? Orange vs blue would be kinda cool.

        • Steve D | October 17, 2015 at 7:49 pm |

          That is Los Mets…never in a million years would they wear it tonight.

  • The Jeff | October 17, 2015 at 11:50 am |

    I don’t understand the hatred for colored baseball jerseys. The game hasn’t been strictly white & gray since the 60’s… get over it people.

    • arrScott | October 17, 2015 at 12:35 pm |

      I don’t mind colored jerseys. I mind bad colored jerseys. Such as the Cubs – that’s a lazy design and a piece of crap that doesn’t belong on any diamond above coach-pitch little league. The Royals and Blue Jays have terrific blue jerseys.

    • RobYaz | October 17, 2015 at 12:51 pm |

      The dark jerseys would be a lot more acceptable with dark pants, and if worn strictly on the road:
      http://cdn.fansided.com/wp-content/blogs.dir/9/files/2013/01/6295040.jpg

    • Marc | October 17, 2015 at 4:43 pm |

      They look like the team forgot their uniforms and bought souvenir t-shirts at the gift shop.

      • scott | October 17, 2015 at 6:07 pm |

        The Jeff, do you think a basketball team wearing a dark colored jersey and white shorts looks good? I don’t, but that’s essentially what baseball teams are doing. Dark jerseys paired with the same colored dark pants would be far preferable to what we have now.

        • Bromotrifluoromethane | October 18, 2015 at 2:28 am |

          Apples to oranges though. Using that thought we can say going mono-color at home and full Stormtrooper on the road in football is best because it means the same colors are being used for both parts of the uniform. We should also be wanting white pants for every NHL team to wear on the road… But then again I like the colored baseball jerseys so I have no issue with them at home or in the road.

        • RobYaz | October 18, 2015 at 1:19 pm |

          Different sports, different looks. In hockey you’ve got jersey/pants/socks, in somewhat close proportion, so the dark pants are nicely balanced by the white jerseys and socks. In baseball, socks are pretty much non-existent now, so it is just jerseys and pants. And when socks/stirrups are visible, they don’t have the same proportion as hockey socks to the pants. It’s a mismatched look.

  • robert brashear | October 17, 2015 at 11:53 am |

    Wow….three comments:
    1. The “arm pit” sweat shirts came out of a Jimmy Fallon routine…his point was fans spend so much time with their arms up celebrating that arm pits are “prime real estate”..http://heavy.com/sports/2015/10/jimmy-fallon-hands-high-sports-apparel-shirts-hoodies-buy-fanatics/

    2. The MLB/college combo was pretty wide spread this season…check out this Pirates’ collection:http://pittsburgh.pirates.mlb.com/pit/ticketing/university_days.jsp

    3. I get the NFL “pink commemorative”ruling, but the reality is eye black is tiny and not even visible except in an interview, maybe…at some level not sure even why it’s an issue….

  • Rydell | October 17, 2015 at 12:08 pm |

    I love Nashville Predators gold helmet, would like to see other teams (Penguins & Sabres? )

  • Flip | October 17, 2015 at 1:33 pm |

    If I’m not mistaken, the Royals wear their royal and powder blue tops only during day games. Thus, we won’t be seeing them in the post-season …

    • Phil Hecken | October 17, 2015 at 1:54 pm |

      I think that’s correct (or at least it used to be), but what exactly constitutes “day games”? I know they had a couple in the ALDS, and in the ALCS, they’re scheduled to play at 3:30, 3:00 & 3:00 (if necessary). Those aren’t considered day games?

      I thought I read (last year) that regardless of their “colored top” schedule during the regular season, they (the Royals) announced they would only wear white or gray. I might be mis-remembering that, but I know they didn’t break out either the powder or the royal tops for their 2014 run.

      • Bromotrifluoromethane | October 18, 2015 at 2:25 am |

        With baseball being highly superstition I’m surprised the Royals don’t break out the blue tops at home and force Toronto into going with their gray tops.

  • Lose Rem | October 17, 2015 at 1:37 pm |

    No Harvard oar?

  • 1vox | October 17, 2015 at 3:01 pm |

    OSU was wearing WFWS 125 years ago, now BFBS. Where will it end? Stop the madness!

    https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/thumb/7/78/Ohio_State_Football_Team_1890.jpg/600px-Ohio_State_Football_Team_1890.jpg

  • Pat | October 17, 2015 at 4:04 pm |

    Is it just me or do Michigan’s helmets look not even close to as good with the helmet stickers on them?

    • Phil Hecken | October 17, 2015 at 4:35 pm |

      It’s not just you. Was thinking the same thing.

  • Eddie | October 17, 2015 at 4:08 pm |

    Odd question, but why use a photoshopped picture of Price?

    • Phil Hecken | October 17, 2015 at 4:33 pm |

      Fair question. I simply googled “David Price Blue Jays” when I made that graphic; didn’t even realize it was photoshopped until someone pointed it out (I made that just as the playoffs were starting); never even thought about correcting it. (It’s a pretty good photoshop, tho).

  • Steve D | October 17, 2015 at 7:53 pm |

    It is Mets in blue, Cubs in gray as expected.

    • Phil Hecken | October 17, 2015 at 8:04 pm |

      Yep. Harvey in blue trumps Cubs post-season road blues.

      Wouldn’t surprise me to see the Mets in pins and Cubs in blues tomorrow either.

    • charles ryals | October 17, 2015 at 8:11 pm |

      Mets in pins are iconic, these blue tops and hats with the orange brim are awful!

      • Steve D | October 17, 2015 at 8:24 pm |

        Agree on the orange brims…Mets should of course go back to blue squatchee as well. Futhermore, I would remove Mr. Met from the alt’s sleeve and go with soutache trim instead of the headspoon.

        • Phil Hecken | October 17, 2015 at 8:50 pm |

          Mets shouldn’t have any alts — caps or jerseys.

          Period.

    • Bromotrifluoromethane | October 18, 2015 at 2:16 am |

      Once again I will have the unpopular view. I actually liked the black years, but I do love me some black. But this was always by far my favorite year as far as Mets looks went.
      http://exhibits.baseballhalloffame.org/dressed_to_the_nines/detail_page.asp?fileName=nl_1993_newyork.gif&Entryid=1752

      It needs a front number on the road but otherwise I always liked this look.

  • Bob | October 17, 2015 at 9:23 pm |

    Looks like Cubs’ Baez has a branded head cover/hood. Wasn’t able to grab a screen shot. Is this new enough or am I late to the party (wouldn’t be surprised).

  • Bromotrifluoromethane | October 18, 2015 at 2:18 am |

    I’m sure the black trim and weird unneeded extra crap on the number font will be held against Washington but I loved the Washington-Oregon game tonight. Great looking game.