The 2014 MLB All-Stars will be sporting some unique lids for this year’s edition of the Midsummer Classic.
Players and coaches will wear hats that pay homage to the host of this year’s game, the Minnesota Twins, as the caps are a nod to the Twins’ 1970 batting helmets.
MLB using "1970s Twins-inspired" caps for All-Star Game. Not for BP - these are the game caps. http://t.co/aKAJVQ6r7c—
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“Returning to Minnesota (for the All-Star Game) for the first time in almost 30 years, we wanted to honor the Twins history with new ideas and their distinctive batting helmet design from the 1970s made perfect sense,” MLB vice president Tim Brosnan said in a news release.
With players typically wearing special versions of their game caps in the past, the new look marks the first time in All-Star Game history that players from both teams will wear the same design,