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Reds introduce ‘Los Rojos’ alternate jerseys
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| December 10, 2012
| Kevin Kaduk
Posted on 12/12/2012 11:05:32 AM PST by ConservativeStatement
The Cincinnati Reds held their annual "Redsfest" over the weekend and the biggest happening other than Bronson Arroyo's Goo Goo Dolls cover or Mat Latos' Justin Bieber impression was the introduction of the team's new alternate jersey.
That's it to the right here. The Reds will wear the "Los Rojos" tops on select dates this season as they follow other teams into the world of Spanish-themed jerseys.
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KEYWORDS: baseball; jerseys; reds
"Xenophobic grounds." How about being opposed to the constant changing and even elimination of baseball's traditions; what made the sport a fabric of American society. Whether the varying playoff formats, changes in jerseys, divisions, etc. Oops, we are so stuck in 1952.
Cinncinati is trying to assimilate itself into the Hispanic culture. OTOH, it may just be trying to piss off any Americans still living in this country. I think any of the Reds who can’t speak Spanish and not in this country illegally should be thrown off of the team.
posted on 12/12/2012 11:22:18 AM PST
(I feel sad for my once great country. We deserve everything that is about to happen to us.)
Baseball quickly trying to become irrelevant.
Might as well change it to “los jotos.”
posted on 12/12/2012 11:55:02 AM PST
(It was nice knowing you, America.)
posted on 12/12/2012 12:04:50 PM PST
by Max in Utah
(A nation can survive its fools, and even the ambitious. But it cannot survive treason from within.)
This must be some type of marketing ploy by the Reds and MLB intended to increase the sales of Reds merchandise.
posted on 12/12/2012 12:10:42 PM PST
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