El Segundo Pine Tar
Yankee Stadium, July 24, 1983. With two outs and his team trailing 4-3 in the top of the ninth, George Brett of the Kansas City Royals connected on a fastball, hitting a 2-run homer to give his team the lead. Immediately after, Yankees manager Billy Martin emerged from the dugout and requested an inspection of Brett's bat. It was determined that the amount of pine tar on the bat exceeded the limit allowed by rule. He was called out. The game ended with a Yankees win. And George Brett absolutely freaking lost it.
Our tribute to the unusual incident: The El Segundo Pine Tar.
This team rebrand features tar-like lettering, a cool color combo, and a fresh Pine Tree mascot.
(Note: This shirt's colors are kelly green with a black imprint.)