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    Re: Capping Off the Uniform: The Caps of Major League Baseball

    Quote Originally Posted by RANDY IN CHAR NC View Post
    While I really like the wool caps, I am glad that they have not gone completely crazy with the new caps. The Reds actually wore polyester caps for a couple of seasons when they were wearing the white pinstriped caps with the red bills because the wool ones faded so badly. I have one of those and it isn't a bad cap. The white is much "whiter" than the wool caps. I'm not a big fan of the black undervisior and sweat band. I think major league baseball had an alterior motive with that as they didn't like the messages being written on the undervisors. They do make silver pens, Bud.
    I had a feeling the black undervisor was to prevent "unsightly" writing on players' caps. If they want to get rid of something ugly regarding uniforms, get rid of the "pajama pants" look.

    If they got rid of the different color on the side panels, the Angels BP cap would be fantastic. I also really wish the Reds hadn't chosen to go with the red C on a red hat. If they wanted to do an alt look, since the BP jerseys are red, I would have tried out a white or gray hat with a red C for the BP hat.
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    Re: Capping Off the Uniform: The Caps of Major League Baseball

    If the Reds are smart, this is the only season for that cap.
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    Re: Capping Off the Uniform: The Caps of Major League Baseball

    Quote Originally Posted by RANDY IN CHAR NC View Post
    If the Reds are smart, this is the only season for that cap.
    One can only hope! That thing is the ugliest Reds cap ever worn by the players. What were they thinking?

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    Re: Capping Off the Uniform: The Caps of Major League Baseball

    The wishbone "C" even looks too large. They missed all the way around on this cap.
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    Re: Capping Off the Uniform: The Caps of Major League Baseball

    You just have to keep in mind that this was 'designed by Bud'. All of the ST caps look goofy (oh heck, I'll say it----they all look like crap). It's all part of the homogenization of MLB. Every team will march in lockstep! Even if it is ugly lockstep.

    It sort of reminds me of when every team produced their own website. You had some good ones and you had some bad ones. I used to enjoy visiting the different sites simply for the way they were designed. Now, except for content, they all look the same.

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