See Nike’s wild new jerseys for the Boston Red Sox

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Now 120 years old and counting, the Boston Red Sox are one of the oldest and most iconic teams in baseball. Even a casual fan can picture their iconic logos, a pair of red socks, and the Boston “B,” with zero difficulty.

But in a new partnership with Nike, Boston is throwing out tradition and embracing a whole new look. 

For the first time in history, the Boston Red Sox will be taking the field in blue and gold uniforms next week. The move is sure to irk some old fans. But the truth is that baseball needs to worry about more than their old fans. Baseball has a rich heritage. However, for it to have a bright future, the MLB needs to lure in new generations of fans like the NBA.

Read our story, and see the full uniform, here.

—Mark Wilson
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