Found May 17, 2013 on The Other Paper:
The Tampa Bays Rays continue to show the rest of baseball that they have the loosest clubhouse in the majors and took this trend of camouflage-themed uniforms to a new extreme. Even after Thursday's 4-3 loss to the Red Sox, the free-spirited Rays departed for Baltimore decked out in army fatigues, hunting disguises and a variety of camo gear. The team released a photo of closer Fernando Rodney covered in a Yeti-inspired camo suit including an orange hunting whistle. The #Rays wore camouflage gear on Thursday, and you should really check it out: atmlb.com/12i0alA twitter.com/Cut4/status/33… — Cut4 (@Cut4) May 17, 2013 Good luck hunting Orioles up at Camden Yards.
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