Found July 02, 2012 on 213 Miles From Shea:
Yesterday we looked at how the Twins will become the Millers in a throwback game, and now today we will look at how the Royals are getting in on the action to, breaking out the Blues uniform. Again, image via Uni Watch Blog. This brings up an interesting pattern this year. It seems that Majestic has been making a heavy effort to make sure the away team this year is also dressed up for Turned Back the Clock nights. In the past it was done sometimes, but it feels like an often event this season. It is nice in the sense that it makes the whole game authentic, but it also shows (and I don’t know if this is a good or a bad thing) how centralized baseball is becoming, but I guess I’ll digress on that at some other point in time. Tweet
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