The Washington Nationals debuted their new set of uniforms for the 2011 season Wednesday night from the Stars and Stripes Club at Nationals Park with an invite only fashion show event. Six Nats were in-house as make-shift models for the evening — Ryan Zimmerman, Drew Storen, Tyler Clippard, Ian Desmond, Jordan Zimmermann, and John Lannan.
There are four new jerseys and one new cap — all of which display a red, white, and blue palate of colors. They include: a white home jersey with red and blue trim and a curly W, a red alternate home jersey with white and blue trim and a curly W, a special occasion alternate blue uniform with old glory waving from inside a curly W and a red/white trim, and the gray away jersey with Washington spelled out with a curly W to round out the set.
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Check back on Thursday morning for an in-depth look at the Nats new uniforms as well as reactions from the players and their fans.
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-The new standard homes look great, simple white with the corner logo.
-The complete avoidance of Nationals to prevent future misspellings
-I know it sounds borderline anti-patriotic…but the flag inside the W is a tad much.
-There needs to be some sort of blue on the away jerseys to justify matching it with the blue hat. The light red accents aren’t enough for me.
-Would like to see a blue hat/blue brim hat to go with the alternates for an all blue scheme.
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So…basically, the new regular home jersey is just an inverted color version of the alternate home unis?