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Old 12-24-2018, 12:33 AM   #21
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Looks great! Keep them coming!
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Old 12-24-2018, 01:17 PM   #22
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Nice work! Look forward to adding these to my collection!
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Old 12-24-2018, 01:38 PM   #23
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By (marginally-) popular demand, I'll share the next group of 12 teams—the Eastern League's Atlantic Division, which essentially covers the greater NYC/New Jersey area. First up...

The Atlantic City Aces

I'm wild about this concept, which I cobbled together from the incredible work of a couple of different designers over at SportsLogos (thanks, fellas). The Aces play at Borgata Field, and have been a below-average squad despite the presence of one of the League's most outstanding players.







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Old 12-24-2018, 01:41 PM   #24
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The Bronx Bombers

The pride of Carballo Park—and the first of four teams that call NYC home (as befits a 192-team league)—the Bombers have been perennial under achievers. Plenty of pop in the lineup, but not much else to speak of.







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Old 12-24-2018, 01:45 PM   #25
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The Brooklyn Atlantics

I tried not to steal too many concepts straight up, but given the volume of teams I was creating, that was tough to do when I came across an identity as pitch-perfect as this one. My original notion of reanimating the Brooklyn Dodgers went out the window when I saw Robo's incredible design; apart from a few tweaks to the cap and uniforms, this was all his work. In my league, the Atlantics are a constant contender from Sandy Koufax Park.






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Old 12-24-2018, 01:55 PM   #26
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The Hartford Whalers

Sorry, Yard Goats, but this name could be nothing else. From Aetna Field, these Whalers have a ways to go to contend, but plenty of young talent and a dope color scheme with which to get there.







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Old 12-24-2018, 01:59 PM   #27
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The Jersey City Bulldogs

An old-school town earns an old-school identity—tough, gritty, dog-eat-dog. The Bulldogs play at Lord Abbett Field, and tend to do so pretty well, backed by a veteran rotation and star power in the middle of the lineup.







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Old 12-24-2018, 02:03 PM   #28
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The Long Island Express

From Barclays Park in Nassau, the Express are kept afloat by their all-world second baseman. As lukewarm as I am on non-plural team names, something about the Express worked for me here given the character of the region. Plus, who doesn't love a good black-blue-orange look?







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Old 12-24-2018, 04:47 PM   #29
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The Newark Stars

This was an identity I had struggled with and had hoped to ultimately change; what even happens in Newark? I toyed with the Jets, but it seemed a little on the nose. There was some decent Stars branding out there in the ether (maybe from Robo?), and I do like the color scheme for one of the oldest American cities. From Prudential Park, these Stars are anything but.






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Old 12-24-2018, 04:51 PM   #30
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The New Haven Ravens

A tribute to the defunct AA squad, 'Ravens' was the only name I considered for this town known more for pizza than just about anything else. The maroon and gray are about as old-timey as this city feels; from NewAlliance Park, these Ravens have been overshadowed in the division despite sporting one of the league's best aces.






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Old 12-24-2018, 04:56 PM   #31
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The New York Empires

Every league needs its evil empire; this squad got literal with it. MetLife Park is the Manhattan home of one of the best teams in baseball—ruthlessly efficient, class from top to bottom, these guys are the eternal echo of the early aughts Yankees (with pinstripes to match). I've grown to despise them.







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Old 12-24-2018, 04:59 PM   #32
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The Queens Cavaliers

The last of the NYC-based teams hails from Queens, and sports my barely-tweaked version of one of the best sets I've ever seen on this forum (borrowed from the great DelMarVa league that someone once posted on here—my apologies for forgetting the name). The wordmark alone makes everything I've tried to create from scratch look like hot garbage. My Cavaliers, who play at JetBlue Stadium, happen to be hot garbage too, but they look good doing it.







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Old 12-24-2018, 05:03 PM   #33
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The Trenton Patriots

Arm & Hammer Park is home to the Patriots, so named for Trenton's role in our revolutionary history. I was fortunate to track down and adapt some nice logo work that kept this squad from resembling the New English version too strongly; the purple and yellow help give them their own feel, too. In my league, Trenton has been a .500 team with a nice young rotation ready to make some waves.





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Old 12-24-2018, 05:07 PM   #34
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The Yonkers Seahawks

The last of the Atlantic Division is the lowly Yonkers Seahawks, who happen to be the final team of the 192 I added to the league. Does Yonkers deserve their own team? I'll leave that to the philosophers, but having already paired the name with the city, when I came across Low's striking design of the Seahawks logo and uniforms, there was no turning back. How does Low do it?! Anyway—this Yonkers team, from Fleming Field, is rubbish on the diamond.







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Old 12-28-2018, 10:38 AM   #35
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Okay! I'll take your deafening silence as permission to move on (seriously, though, I hope that someone is able to make use of, or otherwise gets a little inspiration from, these sets—if nothing else, there's a good breadth of cities represented!). The third division of the Eastern League is the St. Lawrence, spanning much of the eastern Great Lakes region on both sides of the Canadian border. First up:

The Allentown Phantoms

An also-ran from PPL Park, deep in the heart of a struggling industrial town, the Phantoms conjure up the ghosts of a once-churning region (and pay homage to a now-defunct minor league hockey squad from Lehigh Valley). I repurposed the logo from a great fictional football league concept from SportsLogos and gave them a dashing purple-and-black scheme.







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Old 12-28-2018, 10:44 AM   #36
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The Brampton Thunder

We head north of the border, now, to the surprisingly massive city of Brampton—the first of several teams awarded to the sprawling greater Toronto area. The boys from Rogers Park are a struggling squad with holes up and down the lineup, hoping for better returns from their halfway-decent farm. I edited the primary and secondary logo from a snazzy Omaha Thunderhead concept from the prolific dgnmrwrw over at Sportslogos.






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Old 12-28-2018, 10:48 AM   #37
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The Buffalo Chargers

This set was partially lifted from, and partially inspired by, the excellent work of TxRanger a while back. I love this Chargers' identity, with a simple, classy scheme and a name that offers a fresh take on the obvious 'buffalo' theme. This squad, which plays at M&T Bank stadium, is a formidable one backed by speed up the middle, power on the corners, a killer 1-through-5, and a dynamite closer.






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Old 12-28-2018, 10:54 AM   #38
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I'm loving these!

Is there any way you could also post the abbreviated-letter hat logos as their own image? The LI on the Long Island caps, for instance, is pretty sharp.
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Old 12-28-2018, 11:22 AM   #39
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Thanks! I'm afraid I don't have the letter cap logos saved as separate files... probably should have done that along the way, but it hadn't occurred to me. Sorry about that... possible to capture them using photoshop or another tool?
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Old 12-28-2018, 05:25 PM   #40
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I'll also chime in to say these are great!
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