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Baseball Celebrates Memorial Day

by Matt DeLaere, Marketing

Memorial Day Uniforms
Tigers ace Justin Verlander in camouflage.
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MLB Honors the Military
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On Monday, Major League Baseball’s 30 teams celebrated Memorial Day by paying tribute to the military.  In addition to ceremonies and a moment of silence at each game, each team wore special jerseys with Marine digital camouflage logos and numbers, as well as camo caps.

Replica jerseys and caps were also on sale, with all proceeds going to Welcome Back Veterans, a program which provides treatment to veterans and their family members who are suffering from Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder.

This continues the tradition of MLB teams donning special caps for Memorial Day, though this is the first time lettering, numbers, and caps have been all-camouflage.

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  1. […] In their July 1st game against the Detroit Tigers, the Toronto Blue Jays donned special red jerseys and replaced the team logo on their caps with a maple leaf. This is part of Major League Baseball’s effort in recent years to recognize special occasions and holidays with special uniforms (we discussed MLB’s Memorial Day uniforms in a past post). […]



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