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Major League baseball and its teams such as the New York Yankees have joined the rest of the sports community by going nuts over alternative uniforms.
Their Memorial Day camouflage uniforms were a hot mess even if their hearts were in the right place.
On July 4, the league will try again with a red, white and blue theme to celebrate our country’s independence. New Era unveiled photos of the caps on their Facebook page.
The rest of the unis could be awful, but the lids are very tasteful. In particular, the Miami Marlins cap is the perfect balance of flash and substance without going to overboard.
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