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Fauxback Jersey Contest - The Entrants (Part I)

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Rays Fauxback For The Home Fans

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By Phil Hecken

The Tampa Bay Rays once again threw back to their “1979” uniforms yesterday, which they have done several times over the past few years, only this time, they treated their home fans to their first look at the powder blue “fauxback,” which they . . . → Read More: Rays Fauxback For The Home Fans

Falcons Pull Surprise Move with 1966 Fauxback

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Unexpected move yesterday by the Falcons, who unveiled a set of black fauxbacks that will be worn for this Sunday’s game against the Chargers and again on Dec. 18 against the 49ers. There hadn’t been any advance notice (at . . . → Read More: Falcons Pull Surprise Move with 1966 Fauxback

O's Faux It Back Fifty Years

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By Phil Hecken

To celebrate their World Series winning season of 1966, the Orioles threwback (or faux’edback) last evening to that magical year, wearing uniforms that pretty well approximated the ones worn in 1966. Unfortunately, to have been a true throwback, the uniforms in 1966 would NOT have come with the “50th Anniversary – World Champions” patch like the one you see above. But other than that…

Now, if you’d just casually tuned into last evening’s game, you could be forgiven for barely noticing the Orioles unis were even different than their current uniforms. Yes, the cap they wear today has a white front panel and the “Orioles” is larger, but the 1966 uniforms (and many of the years in between) have featured the Birds in remarkably similar uniforms — a testament to their classic design and staying power. (Continue reading)