Incredible team-by-team detail for all 30 current teams plus the Montreal Expos, and covering every year to year change since 1970. Every patch, every trim change, lettering outline color detail for home, road, alternate jerseys, as well at Batting Practice and all special events jerseys.
All-Star Game jerseys, team lettering fonts overview, the history of team Batting Practice jerseys, how jerseys are lettered, where to get your jerseys lettered (or re-lettered), oddballs and prototypes galore for every team.
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This chapter covers the types of fabrics used for jersey construction including flannel (pre-1973 and some Turn Back the Clock jerseys), full weight polyester, mesh fabrics, and the various generations of moisture wicking ("Cool Base") fabrics used since the early 2000s, including game jerseys and BP jerseys. Information on sewn - on knit trim, Soutache, Braids, and piping. Jersey lettering methods and twill styles, nameplates
The first St. Patrick's uniforms appeared in the late 1970s. The first Turn Back The Clock game was hosted by the Chicago White Sox in 1990. Since then, there have been an explosion of special event games, including ethnic heritage games, "ring ceremony" champions' uniforms, "Turn Ahead the Clock" games and memorial events. There have been hundreds of these events over the years. This chapter groups them and provides an overview of what to look for, team by team.
Now includes a chapter dedicated to the very first team-issued and lettered warm-up jerseys used by a few teams in the early 1970s through the high-tech families of Cool Base warmups used today. Detail is provided on all the generations of fabrics and construction.