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The Chicago Cubs and Cincinnati Reds unveiled their respective jerseys for Thursday's Field of Dreams Game, which will be played in Dyersville, Iowa. Both uniforms are throwbacks to what the respective teams wore during the early 1990s.


Chicago's jerseys will be cream-colored with a cub holding a bat within a wishbone-style "C." The hats will feature the very same cub holding a bat that appears on the front of their jerseys. Buy Cubs Field of Dreams jerseys here.


Meanwhile, the Reds' jerseys will be white with pinstripes and feature a wishbone "C" around the word "REDS." Cincinnati's hats will feature a red stylized "C" and there will also be pinstripes on the hat. Buy the Reds' jersey here.


The Cubs and Reds are set to don throwback uniforms that are reminiscent of the early 20th century when they square off in the cornfields of Dyersville, Iowa, on Thursday for the second edition of MLB at Field of Dreams.


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As the 2000s gave way to the 2010s, throwbacks enjoyed fuller lives in video games and at musical festivals than in music videos and actual live sporting events. By comparison, wearing the uniform of a player from the past was less about financial flexing and more and more an expression of, say, frat party irony.


Moreover, the importance of Nike inking deals with the NBA, NFL, and MLB add to the exposure and creative innovation of athletic apparel, with many of the top teams in each league sporting not throwback jerseys on the regular, but increasingly recognizable alternate looks that could one day level up to throwback status themselves.


The limited collection of copper and gold throwback jerseys andhelmets worn by the University of Montana Grizzly football teamduring last weekend's cross-state rivalry game grew slightly biggeron Friday.


The throwback jerseys, in colors not worn since 1995, sold outonline last week before the athletes even knew the gear was forsale. By the time many of the football players expressed interestin purchasing the items, it was too late.


As a comprise, UM on Wednesday asked the hundred or so Griz fanswho bought jerseys and helmets if they'd be willing to opt out oftheir purchase thus allowing athletes to buy the equipment insteadand offered them in return replica jerseys at a reduced price.


"It's still going to be very rare and very unique," saidSundberg of the collection, pointing out that, if all goes well,the game-worn jerseys will go only to athletes who played in thegame, and those people who participated in Sunday's online salewill be the only ones allowed to purchase a replica copper and goldjersey in whatever size and number they desire. The sale is notopen to the general public.


Typically, athletes don't have the option of purchasing theirjerseys, even the maroon and silver ones, said Athletic DirectorJim O'Day. NCAA regulations allow universities to "gift" athletesup to a certain amount, but that money typically goes towardpurchasing conference rings, he said.


Nike, however, has agreed to oblige the university's request foradditional copper and gold jerseys. UM is offering the select groupof fans who opted out of their purchased jerseys, a replica one for$150 and helmets for $300. Fans get to choose their size andnumber.


The 2022-23 NBA season marks the 25th anniversary of the Washington Wizards' rebrand from the "Bullets" and the team will wear their "Blue and Bronze" throwback jerseys to celebrate it all season long.


Antawn Jamison, Gilbert Arenas, Caron Butler and Michael Jordan are some of the best and most famous Wizards to have worn the Blue and Bronze uniforms. Fans will now be able to see the latest generation of Wizards players sport the same jerseys as past franchise greats.


Renewed interest in repealing the rule started way back in March of 2020 when, in conversation with Dan Patrick, Tampa Bay Buccaneers head coach Bruce Arians said that the helmet rule would be changing next season (2021) and the Bucs might bring back their creamsicle jerseys.


In 2004 the Cowboys threw it back to their original attire and introduced a uniform inspired by the first jerseys the team ever wore back in 1960. They redonned the blue jerseys with white sleeves that had a blue star on the shoulder, as well as their white pants with blue stripes.


The Dallas Cowboys have some of the most iconic jerseys in the history of football and for that matter, professional sports. There is truly no need to mess with them. However, if the league announces the removal of the one helmet rule, the team should definitely take any opportunity they can to break out their throwback jerseys.


The throwback uniforms will not be the only return to yesteryear, as MetLife Stadium for the two Legacy Games will be retrofitted with the Super Bowl XXI end zone design. The stadium wall wraps will also be refitted to match the 1980s and 1990s vibe at old Giants Stadium.


Piedmont Natural Gas Military Sunday: Sounds players will be wearing camouflage jerseys to honor active/veteran military men, women and families. The game-worn jerseys will be auctioned off during the final Sunday home game on Aug. 14.


"As a kid growing up, you're a fan first before you become a player and you see your favorite players wearing their jerseys in their era," Brewers outfielder Eric Young Jr. said of playing in throwbacks. "Now, as a player, we have our new jerseys, but you can see yourself in one of the retro jerseys you grew up with as a kid watching."


While some players prefer more contemporary style, staying true to history is important. As a fan of the old pinstriped Brewers jerseys, Young said wearing the new look is a great way to harken back to former greats while keeping younger fans excited. 041b061a72


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