A bunch of teams are experiencing a chest-lettering downgrade due to Nike’s new template.
It’s the latest casualty of Nike’s new MLB uniform template.
The script will still be chain-stitched, but the embroidery will no longer be applied directly onto the jersey.
Despite several apparent indicators to the contrary, the Dodgers aren’t walking back their new script format.
The televised segment featured a very Uni Watch moment between the jersey’s owner and the show’s appraiser.
It’s a simple explanation that could have big implications for lots of MLB teams.
Little by little, MLB’s new look is coming into focus.
Several changes are evident, including one big surprise.
The Tigers, like all MLB teams, will have their uniforms rendered in a new tailoring pattern next season.
As giveaway freebies go, these are pretty good!
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With cursive writing no longer being taught, some brands are abandoning their script logos. Should sports teams be next?
St. Louis manager Oliver Marmol almost never wears a jersey — but he made an exception last night.