About This File
First in war, first in peace, and last in the American League.
Until 1924. That's when the Sens finally got one for the Big Train, Walter Johnson.
Whaddaya say, Joe Martina?
It took them a red-hot September and 12 innings into Game 7, but Washington finally prevailed. And amazingly, they did it wearing the most boring uniforms ever:
Note the lack of any names or numbers on the back. Note the sparse pinstripes of the home. Note the extraordinary "W" logo which had to have taken a team of D.C. graphic artists months to come up with.
Yet there's more to these unis than crushing ennui. Like really nice texture for the thick woolen flannels they used to wear. And, um, well it's got nice texture.
Someone made these unis for 2k9:
Also: there was a catcher on the Twins before Joe Mauer, but do you really care?
These files replace the normal home and away uniforms for the Minnesota Twins. If you would like to put them in another uniform spot, rename the files:
uniform_mit_home.iff = Normal Home uniform
Uniform_mit_away.iff = Normal Road Unis
uniform_mit_bph.iff = Home batting practice
uniform_mit_bpa.iff = Road batting practice
uniform_mit_cl1.iff = Home classic
uniform_mit_cl1.iff = Road classic
If you want to use these as alts for the Washington Nationals instead, in the file name where it says "mit" just change that to "wan".
And yes, I know that punctuation goes inside quotation marks. Me and the guy who writes Alternate 1985 are having that out right now. We'll let the world know when we've decided on it.
Anyhoo, this being a readme, I guess it's supposed to be helpful. So here's some helpful hints:
1. BACK UP YOUR FILES BEFORE PUTTING THESE IN.
2. DOWNLOAD GENERIC MOD ENABLER and read up how to use it. This makes it really easy to, say, decide really quick if you want to have the 1924 Sens and 1928 Tigers play each other, but don't want to change file names.
What's New in Version 04/25/10 07:02 PM See changelog
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