Bryce Harper may be the only Phillies member to make the 2021 MLB All-Star Game, but that doesn’t change the fact that we’re going to be seeing a lot of these uniforms over the next few weeks.
In the past, the All-Stars have worn their team’s uniform for the game, which has led to a mix of stripes and reds and blues – let’s be honest, most of the team colors are red and blue. blue – on the ground. It’s special to see a lot of uniforms that otherwise are rarely together in the field.
But like Spider Tack, that won’t happen this year.
For the first time in the history of the game, these shirts will actually be worn during the match. In the past, they were worn during the Home Run Derby or workouts, and of course, available for purchase.
I really like the caps; the stars are meant to evoke the beautiful mountains of Colorado; if you look closely, each point of the star is a purple mountain (majesty) with a white peak.
Jerseys look cheap and hectic, which is pretty much the opposite of how you want something worn on the national stage to look. The fact that the NL will wear white and the AL will wear navy blue is clearly due to the fact that the game was originally scheduled to be played in Atlanta, Georgia.
Overall, instead of being clean and classic for the first All-Star Game of uniforms, MLB went messy.
This was my first thought:
The rest of Baseball Twitter also had a few strong feelings about uniforms:
There are a lot of things that need to be fixed in MLB, including the all-star voting process, but uniforms are not one of them. As usual, the MLB has its priorities in order.