Left Sleeve

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Cleveland Indians Roster - Uniforms
... home uniform is white with navy piping around each sleeve ... The jersey has the Chief Wahoo logo on the left sleeve ... in red is across the front of the jersey, navy blue piping around the sleeves, and the Chief Wahoo logo located on the left sleeve ...
Reading Fightin Phils - Logos and Uniforms
... Primary 2008–2012, Home jersey wordmark 2008–2012, Reading Pagoda left sleeve logo 2010–2012, Away cap logo 2013-present, Home alternate logo 2013-present, Away ... On the left sleeve is the aforementioned circular alternate logo, with the parent Phillies' red "P" logo on the right sleeve ... effect it carries blue piping on the chest and sleeves with a mustard script "Baseballtown" wordmark outlined in sky blue and black, with the player's ...
Persekutuan Pengakap Malaysia - Uniform
... A Junior Scout's uniform consists of a short-sleeve (girls wear long sleeves) grey shirt, with two pockets with buttons on the left and right breast, the official neckerchief, the forage cap ... Malaysian flag is stitched on the right breast pocket and the Tenderfoot badge stitched on the left one ... On the left sleeve are one's patrol's name and merit badges ...
Logos And Uniforms Of The New York Yankees - Design and Appearance of Uniform
... The team will occasionally wear a black armband on the left sleeve, usually in honor of a Yankee great that died (in the case of some players, his number is frequently sewn above the armband) ... In 1990, the Yankees wore a #1 patch on their left sleeve in tribute to Billy Martin, who died in a car crash on Christmas Day of 1989 ... time the Yankees paid tribute to a retired legend by putting their jersey number on their left sleeve ...

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