The Colorado Rockies have more or less had the same logo and look since their inception in 1993… is it time for a change?
Before we even start this poll, let’s be very clear… you know, for a select few of you out there. The Colorado Rockies could change their logo, uniforms, color scheme, etc., and it will obviously have no bearing on their on-field performance.
So for the smart-aleck (and I know we’re going to get this!) who can’t wait to tweet us about how logos don’t matter because the team still sucks… you’re right! The team sucks! They’ll still suck if they change their logo but don’t change the roster. We know!
So instead of all that, let’s have fun with this… the Rockies have more or less kept the same color scheme, logo, uniforms, and general aesthetic since 1993, with few minor alterations (pinstripes, the addition of the black vest jersey, etc.).
What if they did an entire logo and uniform overhaul? After all, the three teams that are as old as the Rockies (the Miami Marlins) or younger (the Arizona Diamondbacks and Tampa Bay Rays) have already had massive uniform and color scheme overhauls, and in the case of the Marlins, and entire team branding change.
What gives, Rockies?
Would you change the Colorado Rockies' uniform and logo?
- Kind of. Update the uniforms and stuff, but keep the general colors and style. (47%, 201 Votes)
- Yes! They need an entirely new look. (28%, 119 Votes)
- No! The purple looks great, the uniforms are nice, and nothing needs changing. (26%, 111 Votes)
Total Voters: 431
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