MLB Adds Patches to Jerseys, but Not Caps, for Memorial Day

Good morning! Hope everyone had a healthy and happy holiday weekend.

Yesterday was Memorial Day, so MLB players wore poppy patches, inscribed with “Lest We Forget,” on their jerseys. This year, however, there were no patches on the sides of the caps.

The same change was made for the umpires:

A quick recap: […]

Brewers EQ Guy Goes Extra Mile With Grey Helmets, Pink Decals

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MLB did the usual pinkwashing for Ma’s Day yesterday. We all know the drill by now: pink caps, pink jersey ribbons, pink wristbands, belts, shoes, socks, catcher’s gear, eye black pink, compression sleeves, bats, ad pinkfinitum.

Most teams just wore their regular batting helmets. But Brewers […]

America’s Team: Cowboys Revive Red/White/Blue Stripes

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Interesting move yesterday by the Cowboys, who announced that they’re bringing back their red/white/blue helmet striping for this Sunday’s game against the Broncos. They wore that striping pattern throughout the 1976 season to commemorate America’s bicentennial. This Sunday they’ll be wearing it to honor the U.S. military […]

What Would an MLB Labor Day Uniform Look Like?

Monday was Labor Day, the day when we celebrate the American labor movement. It’s one of our oldest federal holidays, dating back to 1894. But as usual, Major League Baseball — a league that routinely trots out special uniforms or at least patches for Mother’s Day, Father’s Day, Armed Forces Day, Memorial Day, Independence […]