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The wool are HEAVY and itchy. Not ideal for warmer games but can be nice when using a long sleeve undershirt.

Also, the 3/4 sleeve style are very long in the arms.  

Sizing of the newer M&N is a more slim cut. USA and other versions. 

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Did baseball jerseys ever have the offset 2nd button for any other reason than making space for lettering across the chest? I'm seeing what appears to be authentic home jerseys for the Cubs with this kind of button placement but cannot find pictures to confirm this was recently done on Majestic authentics.

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I have a 2017 Yankees FlexBase (blech) jersey and the button spacing is symmetrical throughout.

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With the exception of player-specific alterations, are there any differences between the Majestic Authentics sold through mlbshop.com and what USB actually worn on-field? I didn't think so but thought I'd confirm. Both Majestic and Fanatics claim "what players wear on field."

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Velcro holding the crest together usually. Not all teams use it though.

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1 hour ago, Brilliant! said:

Velcro holding the crest together usually. Not all teams use it though.

Seriously? As in you can pull it apart? Probably a dumb question.

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That's the only velcro I know of!

Yes, it was put there to prevent the placket from flapping needlessly on the jerseys with larger crests and wordmarks. The Mets are a good example:

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The velcro is sewn in underneath the e.

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53 minutes ago, Brilliant! said:

The Mets are a good example

The only thing the Mets are a good example of is failure.

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13 hours ago, Brilliant! said:

That's the only velcro I know of!

Yes, it was put there to prevent the placket from flapping needlessly on the jerseys with larger crests and wordmarks. The Mets are a good example:

2v2UjCuS2x2YANR.jpg

The velcro is sewn in underneath the e.

Got it, I see what you mean. A jersey update, not necessarily a customization update. Makes sense.

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Here's a shot of an unused Astros 2003 jersey I have showing the velcro inside:

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The great thing about this one is that it also has the Columbia memorial patch on it which was never available at retail.

Though, the velcro isn't ALWAYS a telltale sign of a team jersey. I've owned a few older Majestic jerseys with hang tags that also had the velcro so who knows what the rhyme or reason was?

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On 1/31/2018 at 6:37 PM, Brilliant! said:

Here's a shot of an unused Astros 2003 jersey I have showing the velcro inside:

2v2JHsg9Tx2YANR.jpg

The great thing about this one is that it also has the Columbia memorial patch on it which was never available at retail.

Though, the velcro isn't ALWAYS a telltale sign of a team jersey. I've owned a few older Majestic jerseys with hang tags that also had the velcro so who knows what the rhyme or reason was?

By unused do you mean TI?

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Yes. Leftover team stock that was never customized.

Speaking of baseball jerseys!

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It might be time to start buying up all the cheap Indians jerseys out there.

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