A bunch of teams are experiencing a chest-lettering downgrade due to Nike’s new template.
Category: Team Logos/Insignia
We had hints that this was coming. Now it appears to be a done deal.
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.
A feel-good follow-up to a story from earlier this month.
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A promo video has provided us with more info about how a bunch of teams’ chest lettering will look in Nike’s new MLB tailoring template.
It’s a simple explanation that could have big implications for lots of MLB teams.
The Cards will get to keep their gorgeous jersey embroidery — but with a catch.
The move could happen by 2028.
We have a new chapter in the story of Cleveland’s famous phantom logo.