World Championship Patches: Yea or Nay?

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Jim Vilk: Would You (or anyone) Wear This?

Happy Groundhog Day! The MLB news just keeps-a-comin’. Okay, one thing at a time:

1. I mentioned last week that Majestic appeared to be adding a mesh panel on the rear shirttail of the new Flex Base jerseys. I hadn’t thought about how this might look on a pinstriped jersey, but now we know: (Continue reading)

A Big Day for MLB Uniforms

Busy day yesterday in MLB, with all sorts of stuff coming down the chute. One thing at a time:

1. A new set of spring training caps and jerseys was released (including the awesome new Royals cap shown at right, which you can click to enlarge). You can see all of the caps . . . → Read More: A Big Day for MLB Uniforms

A Little Hot-Stove Uni Action

With spring training just around the corner, I want to take a break from Supe50 coverage and address a bunch of MLB developments that have been brewing. One thing at a time:

1. While discussing the Astros’ new alternate jersey in Sunday’s post, Phil noted that the new jersey looks a lot like the team’s BP jersey and then added the following:

I’m under the impression the Astros will still wear their current BP jersey, but according to this article, the new alternate jersey “will be worn for regular season games and Spring Training games.” Now, it’s not unusual for teams to wear their regular (primary) jerseys for a few ST games, but I’m wondering if this one will simply replace the BP jersey, and also be worn on home Sundays. It seems kind of pointless to have two very similar tops.

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