Oh No…Baseball is Turning Sour

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January 9, 2013 1:15 PM by Wade Blogs

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Uni Watch – MLB already has game caps, BP caps, Elmer Fudd caps, St. Paddy’s Day caps, All-Star Game caps, World Series caps, throwback caps, futuristic caps, G.I. Joe caps, flag-desecration caps, wild card winner caps, division champion caps, league champion caps, World Series champion caps, snap-back caps, low-profile caps, distressed caps, and probably a few other caps I can’t think of right now.

Any reasonable person surveying this headwear landscape can only come to one possible conclusion: We need more motherfucking caps.

Fortunately, the folks at MLB have taken heroic steps to alleviate this tragic cap shortage before it reaches Irish Potato Famine-like proportions. Behold what they have magnanimously bestowed upon a cap-benighted world: the interview cap.

Are you kidding me? Interview hats? Honestly who the hell is running this organization anyway? You have batting practice, game hats, winter hats, USA hats, and now this. Why do they need a hat just for interviews?

MLB don’t you make enough money? Also who is gonna buy the interview hat? Is that a thing kids do now? Dream of being interviewed rather than hitting the game winning home run in the bottom of the 9th?

I fear the MLB is turning soft. Maybe its time for Bud Selig and his men to leave…then again I could be wrong. I wonder when they’ll bust out individual inning hats. Bottom of the 6th? Time to switch my hat! Unreal.

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