Rockies City Connect Uniforms: The Best Memes and Tweets

The Colorado Rockies unveiled their City Connect uniforms for this season, and Twitter users shared their take on it.

At the start of the season, various MLB teams unveiled their alternate City Connect jerseys, including the Washington Nationals and the Houston Astros. But on Friday, May 27th, the time had come Colorado Rockies‘ spin to reveal their new uniforms.

The Rockies showed off their City Connect uniforms on Twitter, but they don’t feature the team’s signature black and purple color scheme. Instead they are fir green with white. They are actually modeled after Colorado state license plates.

These uniforms will be debuted for the team’s June 4 game against the Atlanta Braves and will be worn at every Sunday home game for the remainder of the season.

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Much like any change to a sports team’s uniforms, they will draw mixed reactions. That’s exactly what happened when the Rockies hit the publish button on social media.

There are mountains in fir green with white snow caps on the front of the uniforms with “Colorado” on the chest. There are other additional details about what is depicted on the uniforms, Courtesy of the Rockies official website.

There is purple piping on the sleeves of the jersey and the legs of the pants, intended as a tribute to the purple row of seats at Coors Field, which is marked as being a mile above sea level.

There is also a yellow patch on the right sleeve with the abbreviated “Rox” and two black diamonds meaning Double Black Diamond Skiing.

Finally, the hats are white and pine green with a new circle logo featuring purple mountains and a blue sky with “CO” written across it.

“We wanted it to be a classic look, a Colorado look, and there were other ideas that were a little bit wilder or crazier than this, but we thought that this wouldn’t just appeal to our younger fans and the younger generations, but we thought it would appeal to our older fanbase,” said Rockies Vice President Jim Kellogg. h/t ESPN. “It’s classy, ​​it’s clean and that’s what Denver and Colorado people think about when they’re enjoying a ball game.”

So what do you think of Colorado’s new home kits? Are they a thumbs up or a thumbs down? Rockies City Connect Uniforms: The Best Memes and Tweets

John Verrall

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