Who's Missing?

This is the time of year when we start planning for next spring's new baseball jerseys.  Now that we have a way to directly communicate with our customers, we want you to help us with this process.  So, who are we missing?  What baseball players would you like to see represented in next year's spring collection? 

We can't promise that we'll be able to sign everyone that you request, but we'll do what we can. Unfortunately there are some players who just don't want their jersey re-made. But maybe, if we get enough requests, we can convince them.  It's worth a shot.

Okay, it's your turn. Let's hear it.


June 29, 2010 | E-mail | Comments (5) | Comment RSSRSS comment feed

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6/29/2010 2:21:31 PM

I'd love to see a Hank Aaron or Eddie Mathews gray road jersey from the 1950.'s

Mike | Reply

6/29/2010 2:23:52 PM

Edgar Martinez, Randy Johnson, Ken Griffey Jr. - 1995 Mariners.
These three guys meant the most and contributed the most to the ball clubs in Seattle. Undoubtedly Griffey and Johnson will be in the hall, and Edgar is on his way. With the way Griffey jerseys were bought up in Seattle, and the way the tacky Edgar jerseys still are, I think these would definitely sell.

Jeff Cirillo 1997 Milwaukee Brewers
Maybe not a popular jersey worldwide, but among nineties baseball followers, Cirillo was easily considered one of the best third baseman in the league until he played in Seattle. 1997 was his first all-star selection, and only as a Brewer. You can't go to a Brewer game without seeing at least 50 Cirillo t-shirts and jerseys and i think a jersey representing the beginning of a brewer hero's career would be spectacular and would absolutely sell, particularly in Milwaukee.

Luis Gonzalez 2001 Arizona Diamondbacks
Gonzo had a crazy statistical year setting club records that still stand. he also contributed to the Diamondbacks first World Series team, just years after their entering the MLB. This would sell across the country for sure because everybody adored the underdog team that beat the Yankees.

George Brett 1980 Kansas City Royals
Brett was considered one of the best hitters of his time, obviously, as he eventually amassed 30,000 hits. the pine tar incident is forever remembered and Brett is loved world wide

Chris Moran | Reply

6/29/2010 2:29:53 PM

Dean Chance (Cy Young), Angels 1964, road jersey "Los Angeles."

Nolan Ryan, Angels, 1972, road jersey "lower case a." www.gettyimages.com/.../Major-League-Baseball

Rod Carew, Angels, 1982, batting practice.

Angels Fan | Reply

6/29/2010 3:33:57 PM

Jim Eisenreich. 1980 Pete Rose and Bob Boone. Gary Matthews. And on an unrelated note, you have to start making Ohio State gear

Tom Brennan | Reply

6/29/2010 5:54:12 PM

Edgar Martinez, Randy Johnson and Ken Griffey Jr. - 1995 Seattle Mariners
This is one of the most memorable years that this hall of fame trio was together, and arguably the three biggest pieces in the best team in mariners history. Griffey and Edgar merchandise still sells like crazy in Seattle, if there were jerseys to commemorate one of the best years in Seattle sports history, imagine how they would sell?

Luis Gonzales - 2001 Arizona Diamondbacks
In 2001 Gonzo had the best hitting year in the Diamondbacks short history, setting records that still stand to this day. This jersey would sell across the country because Gonzo was one of the leagues most popular players and he played on the beloved underdog Diamondbacks who beat the Yankees for the world championship in that 2001 season.

Jeff Cirillo - 1997 Milwaukee Brewers
Jeff Cirillo was one of the leagues best third basemen before his career was derailed upon his arrival to the Seattle Mariners. Cirillo however returned to Milwaukee at the end of his career and found himself hitting very well again. needless to say the already popular Cirillo became even more popular and other than Paul Molitor and Robin Yount, has the most popular jersey and t-shirt among fans of ex players. 1997 was Cirillo's first and only all-star appearance as a Brewer. he is still loved in Milwaukee, this would sell to all Brewer fans and any fan of 90's all-stars.

Eddie Matthews - 1957 Milwaukee Braved jersey
Eddie Matthews is one of the greatest players to ever live and he would have been the best Braves player ever if it wasn't for a guy named Henry Aaron. Matthews is an amazing player that is often overlooked and was an amazing piece of the only major league baseball championship that Milwaukee has ever seen. This would sell across the country.

George Brett - 1980 Kansas City Royals
Brett is arguably the best third baseman of the modern era. Along with being a gold glove caliber fielder, he could really swing the bat, winning him the MVP in 1980 and eventually Brett amassed over 3,000 hits in his career. Any baseball fan would buy this jersey, especially those who like their pine tar...

Chris Moran | Reply

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