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  1. Mark Willis has been re-imagining soccer style jerseys for every team in the MLB and he finally (literally) got to the NL East and the Phillies:


  The fútbol-style jersey here references the team’s current visual template and weaves in some history to boot. The base is vintage white, perfect for a club as venerable as the Phillies. The crest is the cap mark, the lovely new-and-old red ‘P’. Collars, shirt ends and the jersey bottom are done in a deep, chalky blue, which works as a version of the club’s current blue color, but gives just a powder-y suggestion of their visual past, too. The sponsor, the popular Wawa chain of convenience stores, will be instantly understandable to anybody who’s ever a) spent time in the Philly region or b) yearned to order a foot-long sub (sorry, hoagie) via a touch-screen computer.


These should replace those cream-colored day game abominations.

    Mark Willis has been re-imagining soccer style jerseys for every team in the MLB and he finally (literally) got to the NL East and the Phillies:

    The fútbol-style jersey here references the team’s current visual template and weaves in some history to boot. The base is vintage white, perfect for a club as venerable as the Phillies. The crest is the cap mark, the lovely new-and-old red ‘P’. Collars, shirt ends and the jersey bottom are done in a deep, chalky blue, which works as a version of the club’s current blue color, but gives just a powder-y suggestion of their visual past, too. The sponsor, the popular Wawa chain of convenience stores, will be instantly understandable to anybody who’s ever a) spent time in the Philly region or b) yearned to order a foot-long sub (sorry, hoagie) via a touch-screen computer.

    These should replace those cream-colored day game abominations.