The photo above shows Rams quarterback Jared Goff and linebacker Leonard Floyd wearing the team’s dishwater jerseys. But if you look closely, you can see that their sleeves are actually two-tone — they’re dishwater in front of the curved yellow sunburst line and white . . . → Read More: Boned Again: Hidden Detail Lurking in Rams’ Unis
In yesterday’s Uni Watch World Series Preview, I mentioned how joyless and brutalist this year’s World Series sleeve patch is. There’s nothing the Rays and Dodgers can do about that, but one team did take a more thoughtful approach about how to wear it.
Bear with me here, because today’s entry is going to take a minute to explain.
Here’s the deal: MLB caps these days normally have black underbrims. But when the Mets wore their 1986 throwbacks last season, they wore throwback caps with era-appropriate blue squatchees (instead of the current orange) and grey underbrims, as shown . . . → Read More: What Was the Deal with the Metsâ€™ 1986 World Series Caps?