Our comrades at Blue Seat Media have a great shirt design up on Tee Spring. Picking up design cues from their Cincy Lineup app, this tee should be a strong contender to become a regular in your summer shirt rotation. The shirt will be printed once they reach 75 shirts sold, so make sure you show your support. Proceeds help fun Blue Seat Media’s mission to create killer baseball apps for all of us die-hard fans.
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If you’ve been to ta game at GABO this year, you have probably spotted this t-shirt. We have, at least. It’s not something that you’ll find at the team shop, but a creation by local design student Eric Rutherford. We’re diggin’ the minimallist take on Mr. Redlegs. Fresh design, holmes.
If you’d like to pick up one for yourself, head to Spreadshirt and pick a winner.
Our Padres brethren at The Friarhood have a great new Reds-related tee for 2013. Playing off the Beatles/Helvetica style, the new TEAM LATOS tee lets everyone know who you’re rooting for and that you’re obviously on a first-name basis with them and not un-like the Great 8 tee we were stoked on a few years ago.
The new TEAM LATOS tee is $25 and a portion of each sale will be donated to the Williams Syndrome Association. Learn more about Williams Syndrome at www.williams-syndrome.org
SAVINGS ALERT! As a treat for all you OMGreds out there, save $5 on your purchase by entering the promo code “OMGreds” at checkout. Click here to buy now.
A collab with Ripple Junction, this tee Pays Homage* to a shirt Pete rocked back in the day while drinking a coke, standing next to Joe Moran and his pants. Pete’s pants also had a starring role in the presentation.
We sport the other Pete Rose shirt available at Homage and get many, many compliments. We guarantee you’ll get the same results.
*See what we did there?
That Todd Frazier is my hero? Well, if I didn’t, the shirt I’m sporting should make you fully aware that Todd is most definitely my hero.
We all know the awesome story of Reds rookie Todd Frazier saving the life of a fellow diner at a Pittsburgh restaurant last month. What you need to know now is that you can celebrate Todd’s heroics on your person by rockin’ this new t-shirt from Cincy Shirts.
If there is any doubt that Todd Frazier isn’t the coolest, him wearing his own t-shirt should squash that. Rock on, Todd.
If you’re a Pete fan and this isn’t in your wardrobe, get on it. On sale at Urban Outfitters.
Devin Mesoraco’s family and friends were out in full-force for Saturday night’s Reds/Pirates tilt. Hailing from Punxsutawney, Pennsylvania, it makes sense that Devin, aka “The Punxsutawney Punisher,” aka “Groundhog*” would have such strong support in Pirates country. How could we tell? Well, all the red “MEZ” shirts littered around PNC Ballpark gave us a pretty big clue. According to George Grande on the FS Ohio broadcast over 700 shirts have been distributed by Devin’s mother, Laura.
The “Cincinnati red” shirt features “MEZ” with a photo of Devin making a throw on the front and “MESORACO” and his current Reds uniform number, 39, on the back.
Devin wasn’t exactly on board with the idea at first. The news about the t-shirts first broke to the public Thursday in this interview with Laura in the Punxsutawney Spirit. But Devin spotted them on Facebook even before that.
When Devin first heard word via Facebook that his parents were doing the T-shirts, he wasn’t exactly thrilled.
“I didn’t even tell Devin, and somebody put it on Facebook,” Laura said. “I got a text from him at one o’clock in the morning that said, ‘No T-shirts!,’ but I told him some friends approached us and wanted shirts to wear to support him, so Doug and I sort of took it on so we could get the design we liked.”
To get Devin on-board, the he and his family decided to give all proceeds from the shirts to the Make-A-Wish Foundation.
We love it.
How do we get ourselves one?
*Dusty apparently dubbed him that. We’re not sure if it will stick. It makes sense and all, being that Devin is from Punxsutawney, but OMGreds feels that nicknames should work a little harder for you. Let’s give it some time. We’ll go with “MEZ” for now.
UPDATE: We got the big pickup on Big League Stew. Sweet!
All you Pete fans out there! You may have missed the 4192 premiere out in LA last night, but you don’t have to miss out on this fabulous Charlie Hustle tee shirt from Watch Your Back. They may be New York City, but they know where the Hustle is.
If you’re looking for some new Pete Rose threads, now is the time to act. Watch Your Back is running a 25% off sale starting July 12-July 18 on all baseball-inspired shirts. There’s a killer Kent Tekulve shirt in there too… check it out.
Designed and printed just up the road in Columbus, HOMAGE has been pumping out some great vintage threads for a while now. Their latest creation gives a nod to Cincinnati’s very own Nasty Boys. Not since the days of the caricature t-shirt have Norm, Rob and Randy been been so wearable. Noteable exception being CNati’s Nasty Boys inspired Helvetica tee. If you like your Reds shirts to veer off the path from those found in the team shop, these are for you.
Can’t say enough about HOMAGE tees – very soft fabric and a great fit. I recently picked up their Cincy tee and I like it a lot. They also threw in a pack of Yo! MTV Raps cards. I pulled a Biz Marke card Tone Loc card. How awesome is that?
If you’re itchin’ for some new threads, this weekend is a good time to buy too. HOMAGE is holding a 25% off sale. Just use coupon code “weekend” for the deal.