For every [design] is created by someone, but God is the [designer] of everything. Hebrews 3:4

From 1980 to 1985, the Chicago White Sox's AA affiliate was the Glens Falls White Sox. The "GlenSox" played their five seasons at East Field in Glens Falls, NY's East End neighborhood. In1986 the team changed affiliations to the Detroit Tigers and renamed themselves the Glens Falls Tigers. Two seasons later the team moved out of Upstate New York to London, Ontario and then eventually to their current home in Trenton, NJ as the Trenton Thunder; affiliates of the New York Yankees.
There have been multiple minor league teams since the days of the GlenSox but I designed a concept for a new team with a retro look. 'Alternate I' is a nod to the original GlenSox jersey which reflected the jersey of the 1980's Chicago White Sox. 'Alternate II' celebrates the hey-day of powder-blue uniforms across all of baseball. According to Todd Radom's book, it is a jersey that would be "winning ugly".

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