The Sacramento River Cats, the San Francisco Giants Triple-A affiliate supposedly wore throwback pullover jerseys based on the Giants jerseys from back in the day, on July 30, 2016. Every baseball team, everywhere, at every level, needs to wear pullover jerseys. No more excuses.
Friday, February 17, 2017
We have reached the end of the road regarding the Seattle Mariners Back to the Future movement I think. It began in December of 2012 and over 4 years later, it's perhaps time to wrap it up. The demands are for the Mariners to unretire their 1981-86 home trident uniforms and 1985-86 road trident uniforms and wear them full-time beginning immediately. Make the star trident the primary logo. Adopt the franchise's original royal blue and gold color scheme. Limit the usage of navy, silver and teal to once a season at most. Install the USS Mariner at Safeco Field. Wear satin baseball jackets again. Wear star trident BP jerseys again. Alternate between the original trident cap and a new and improved star trident cap. Replace the dark green seats with blue seating at Safeco Field. Folks, this is truly the right course of action to improve the standing and aesthetics of the Seattle Mariners Major League Baseball franchise in the present and future.
Thursday, February 16, 2017
Uniform concept based on the all maroon uniform of the 1979 Philadelphia Phillies. If something like this would return, let's hope it would include a pullover jersey instead of a zipper or button-front. It has to be done the right way or not at all. We also recognize the pullover jerseys that either the bat boys or trainers or both wore for the Phillies during the 1970s & 1980s, not even Bill Henderson listed specific seasons. A v-neck pullover jersey and shorts with an elasticized waistband by Philadelphia-based Mitchell and Ness. Seems like they tried to make up for the fact that the Phillies never wore real uniforms. Plus, a powder blue Nike shirt made to resemble a Phillies pullover jersey with racing stripes and an American Needle Phillies cap.
Friday, February 3, 2017
2017 Seattle Mariners Spring Training cap. Navy, silver and teal trident cap. Baby steps. Obviously, the majority of the fans would love to see the Mariners finally retire their dated 1993 color scheme and adopt their original royal blue and gold colors, but any appearance by the trident is a welcomed sight. A similar cap without the spring training logo will be used for BP too.