Tag Archives: black jerseys

Great work on the front lines

We need to get John Schandler a job at the Mets Team Store. From today’s Uniwatch post: Silver medal (which as you know is much better than a gold medal) for John Schandler, who writes: “I work for a Nike Factory Store in New York. We are about to launch a baseball promotion, and I

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On Halladay, blue caps and Jose

Count me among those who doesn’t think the acquisition of Roy Halladay makes the Phillies that much better. For 2010, at least. They essentially swapped out Cliff Lee for Halladay at the front of their rotation. They went from a lefty to a righty, from one who proved he could do it in that ballpark

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‘New’ Mets unis

I saw the story — and got the e-mail — yesterday of the Mets’ announcement that they will wear new pinstriped uniforms in 2010. The only real difference is that they’re off-white instead of pure white, a slight shift and minor nod to the original uniforms the team wore in the 1960s. But they still

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A black mark

6:42 p.m. … We knew it couldn’t last. Alas, tonight Citi Field is sullied by the 2009 debut of the Mets’ black jerseys. Gag. It’s a shame they couldn’t bring out the blue hats before the black. 3 a.m. update … And it figures. The Mets wear the black. Gary Sheffield pinch-hits, hitless thus far

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Hair today, gone tomorrow: New changes for the New Mets

In addition to all the big changes around the Mets during the offseason, Willie Randolph (himself one of the changes) ushered in a new one on the first day of workouts in Port St. Lucie. Taking a cue from his former employer over in the Bronx, Randolph dictated that there will be no facial hair

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