Yankees stripes are going to be very different next year.
Starting in 2023, MLB will allow teams to sell space on their uniform sleeves for the first time ever. According to Front Office Sportsthe Yankees, run by a merchandising company”Legends”, are currently looking for their jersey announcement for next season.
“It’s unclear what the 27-time World Series champions are looking for, but it won’t come cheap,” wrote Abigail Gentrup of the Front Office Sports. “Forbes last rated the Yankees at $6 billion – the second most valuable franchise in the world and a sharp rise over the MLB average of $2.07 billion. On top of that, the team didn’t sell the naming rights to the iconic Yankee Stadium.
Yankees fans who wish to purchase their jerseys without a sponsored logo patch can do so at The fanatics here. Act fast, because by 2023 sponsorless stripes could be gone.
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Want more Yankees news? Here’s a recent story on ESPN’s ‘The Captain’ docu-series here:
The docu-series appears to follow a similar formula to other ESPN documentaries such as “Arena Man” –– which spotlighted the career of Tom Brady –– and The Last Dance –– which centered on the dominant Chicago Bulls teams of the 1990s. ESPN issued the following statement when they first announced ” The Captain”:
“ESPN Films today announced a multi-part documentary series that will tell the story of one of modern sports’ greatest icons and reveal the man behind the icon. Derek Jeter’s arrival with the Yankees from New York helped transform a struggling franchise into a legendary dynasty, all at a time of great change in New York.
As Jeter forged a Hall of Fame career, he established himself as the model Yankee both on and off the court, with his style, class and charisma. Jeter’s commitment to winning has been accompanied by a rare combination of competitiveness and composure, traits he took with him into retirement as he tackles new tests as an owner. and team leader with the Miami Marlins and as a father. As he prepares to enter Cooperstown in July, he pulls back the curtain to reveal what it was really like to be “The Captain”.
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