Found December 10, 2012 on 213 Miles From Shea:
The Reds announced this weekend that they will have a new, red alternate jersey for the 2013 season that reads “Los Rojos” across the front: I’ve gone on record on this site before, and I will continue to, in support of jerseys that do more than just slap “los” in front of the name but try to do something more. This jersey does that. The Reds don’t have any home uniforms that have the team name going across the front, and no uniforms that have a script across the front. Also, rather than doing the lame thing saying “Los Reds” they at least translated the name. My only complaint was the inconsistent shadowing. I would prefer no shadow at all, but if there will be shadow, it needs to be on every word. The lack of shadow on the word “Los” looks like it is just a computer error as this website has a picture of the actual uniform, with consistent shadows. Tweet
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