Tuesday, January 13, 2009

Mets new uniform patch not very popular


From Big League Stew:

If you're the type of person who doesn't spend much time thinking about sleeve patches on uniforms, don't worry.

Neither do the Mets.

The team recently unveiled the logo to celebrate their upcoming first season in Citi Field and to say that it's being mocked worse than an oblivious American Idol contestant would be an understatement.

At its best, it's being said to resemble the logo of a certain pizza company that once featured the 'Noid. At its worst, it's being categorized as the biggest affront to Mets fans since John Rocker's sermon in SI.


Mets' pizza patch the laughingstock of baseball uniform world

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

figures...

Anonymous said...

Why is everything about this boro a joke?

Has nothing to do with this topic, but related as yet another indication of the level of public discourse here: someone I know went to the holiday party for the clubhouse at the Queens Theatre, and the entire evening Crowley hogged the stage singing.

People were so bored they walked out vowing not to come again.

Ah the land of Archie Bunker and his new neighbor, Ugly Betty.

Anonymous said...

they still wont make the play off

panzer65 said...

Domino's Pizza? Choooke!

Anonymous said...

Forget about the logo, the new stadium's name also stinks. It stinks more than this new RFK Bridge renaming.

Anonymous said...

Sad and embarrassing! The Mets and the borough of Queens have become the laughing stock of baseball, NYC and the entire country.

Anonymous said...

Junk food logo for a junk team in a crappy Queens.

Anonymous said...

Yet another reason to turn off the Mets.

Anonymous said...

Grow up....see you in October