Wednesday, May 4, 2016
But, I like it when the Milwaukee brewers wear their 70's uniforms with what was called the dog paw logo. It's actually an M and B positioned to form a baseball glove. The current uniforms are sharp. however, a little nostalgia never hurts.
The same goes for the San Diego Padres. the team switched to a blue and yellow color scheme several years ago. Once in a while, they pull out the old brown and gold, and I really like it. It's refreshing. Outside of Some Mariners teal, and Oakland green, most of baseball is red, white and blue.
Some teams have gone back to pale blue for road uniforms, like the Phillies once had. I like that, too. It's a break from the sea of grey.
I also miss the Pirates 1876 cap, the one that celebrated the league's centennial. A lot of teams wore them. the Pirates were the last to go traditional again.
Some things should never change-- like the brilliant white of the Dodgers and Orioles home uniforms.
And, one last thing. It deals with football. I really wish the Steelers would dump the rounded uniform numbers and go back to the blocky, square style. The team looked much more menacing.
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