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St. Louis Cardinals Ditching Navy Road Caps?


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I've seen a couple photos like this. I know it's hard to tell for sure, but it appears to be the Cardinals road grey jersey w/ their home red caps. There's another on the ESPN frontpage w/ Chris Carpenter; over his shoulder you can see a Washington Nationals player in home white.

Are the St. Louis Cardinals dumping their road navy caps?

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This is SOP for Spring Training ... red caps all the time. On Friday, Apr 6 -- their first regular-season road game -- they'll be back to the blues.

But I also like the look of the red caps on both home and road set.

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They should, but they won't. If they are going with the blue (again) they should have blue lettering outlined in red on the jersey...then you could have a navy alt (red numbers/white outline) and a red alt (white numbers/navy outline).

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Am I the only one who thinks the red shoes look goofy with the blue hat on the road uniform

No - I've always thought that. They should switch to black shoes full time and have the red belt on both the home and aways. Also - If they're going to keep blue caps on the road for traditions sake - they should have a red bill. This would pull the rest of the red together on the roads.

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Naw, the Navy road hats look fine with the road unis. The red "STL" matches up with the red script on the jersey. I wouldn't mind them switching to navy shoes on the road, to kinda help pull things together a bit, especially since they already wear a navy belt on the road. But I've never been really big on seeing red hats with gray uniforms. I dunno why. Kinda bugs me with the Angels' roads, too. But it's no biggy. But I like the way my Cards do things now.

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