At certain games in the season, typically in March, many NBA teams have something akin to Latin Night in Chicago where the teams wear special jerseys with the name in Spanish (typically something like Los Bulls, etc).
Village of the bulls - aldea de los toros.
Running of the bulls - funcionamiento de los toros.
I would say Walmart. They have everything.
Reina de los toros.
the answer is "Yo juego para los Chicago Cubs."
whikch jerseys are u talkin about? throwback?
This question is an opinion, however most logical people would say the Chicago Bears 1985 season.
Wow... close to 7.2 million i would say
Authentic soccer jerseys usually say, on the tag, 100% polyester.
it says Milwaukee
You can say they are.
It does not say Philadelphia. Away jerseys usually say the team city.
Yes, I, what ever other people may say, love pit bulls! THEY ROCK
If you are in the process of going, you can say "Estoy yendo a Chicago". You could otherwise say "Voy a ir a Chicago", or "Iré a Chicago".
Ojos del toro.
To honor their latino fan base
"Yes the NFL does sell all 32 team's jerseys, including the Vikings. The stores or on line shops will say Official NFL distributors."
NHL jerseys, I believe are made in Tornoto, Canada. I don't know if the Reebok jerseys the NHL sells to fans are made in the same places as the ones the NHL players wear, but if you go to the NHL website and click on the different jerseys you will find many say Indonesia and Honduras. Oddly though the Toronto Maple Leafs home jerseys say United States and the road jerseys say India. I wouldn't expect different manufacturing countries just for a color difference, so there must be some other reason for it. Check out the page, click on each jersey and on the right side of the page is tells the country of origin.
It's the same: Chicago
there are so many people on earth bullsh*ting everyday so i'd say there's alot of bulls
They wear this Jersey when they have Latin or Spanish night,
Does it stand for "New Orleans, Lousiana." NOLA
You can say '¿De donde los sacaste?' or '¿En donde los conseguiste?'.