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Reds Celebrate 40th Anniversary of Wearing Green for St. Paddy's Day

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On St. Patrick’s Day of 1978, in a (very) surprise move, especially by the standards of the day, and with no advanced warning, the Cincinnati Reds broke out their normal home uniform in a spring training game against the New York Yankees, only instead of their regular . . . → Read More: Reds Celebrate 40th Anniversary of Wearing Green for St. Paddy’s Day

Green Day (not the band)

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St. Paddy’s Day came a bit early last night in New Jersey, as the Devils held to their annual tradition of wearing their green-trimmed throwbacks for the holiday. Lots of additional photos here.

The Devils aren’t the only NHL team to have celebrated the holiday a bit early . . . → Read More: Green Day (not the band)

The Wearin' of the Green ... and Orange!

Marcus Smart knows how to read a defense: pic.twitter.com/vQ2uc8jXFc

— Boston Celtics (@celtics) March 16, 2016

If you were somehow unaware that today is St. Patrick’s Day, the sports world will certainly do its best to remind you. MLB teams will be wearing green for their spring training games, NHL teams . . . → Read More: The Wearin’ of the Green … and Orange!

A Look at Who Wore Green for St. Paddy’s Day

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Lots of green for St. Patrick’s Day yesterday, but by far the best development was at Padres camp, where everyone wore green caps — except for pitcher Dennis O’Grady, who celebrated his Irish heritage by adding a green jersey and green socks to the mix (see above). . . . → Read More: A Look at Who Wore Green for St. Paddy’s Day