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Green Cubs PJs? Orange and Green Yankees Cap? It Must Be St. Patrick's Day PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Maury Brown   
Wednesday, 17 March 2010 00:59
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Green Cubs pajamas? A green and orange Yankees hat? Purists may turn up their nose, but hey... It must be St. Patrick's Day.

Fans of all 30 Major League Baseball teams looking for an edge can try to tap into the “Luck o’ the Irish.” In celebration of St. Patrick’s Day, MLB is once again creating special St. Patrick’s Day products. Shamrocks and other St. Patrick’s Day imagery will make their way on to fun items including MLB pins, pennants and flags. Other popular items that tout St. Patrick’s Day themed iconography include novelty baseballs, mini-bats, golf balls, drink ware and more.

St. Patrick's Day Yankees hatFans can also purchase hats, tees, hoodies, jerseys, track jackets, pajama pants, onesies and other items to be outfitted with St. Patrick’s Day flair.

These and other St. Patrick’s Day themed products are now available at MLB.com and through assorted local retailers in key MLB markets.

Source: Major League Baseball



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