The uniforms are mostly navy blue, with light blue accents to evoke the Chicago flag. They also feature “Wrigleyville” on the front in a font similar to the stadium marquee. The 77 districts of the city are recognized with their names on the sleeves of the jackets of the canoe and the bullpen.
“We are aware of the impact we are having not only on the neighborhood around us, but on all of Chicago’s 77 neighborhoods,” Cubs vice president of marketing Lauren Fritts said in a statement. hurry. “Cubs fans don’t just reside on the North Side.”
The left sleeve of the jersey features a Chicago Municipal Appliance crest – a circle with a Y inside, symbolizing the north, south and main branches of the Chicago River, which converge at Wolf Point. The symbol is subtly presented on the buildings of the city. The four red six-pointed stars represent the flag of Chicago.
The star is also featured with the iconic Cubs “C” on the cap. The “Respect Our Neighborhood” line is sewn above the jersey size tag.
The Cubs will also highlight nine local organizations and youth programs: Young Chicago Authors, Test Positive Aware Network, YWCA Metropolitan Chicago, Healthy Hot Free Meals, SkyART, Inter-American Magnet School, Inner-City Muslim Action Network, New Life Centers of Chicagoland and UCAN Chicago.
The jerseys were leaked online on Friday and received a lukewarm response from fans on social media. MLB and Nike will unveil three more City Connect uniforms this season, with the Arizona Diamondbacksoutings scheduled for June 18, Giants of San Francisco scheduled for July 9 and Los Angeles Dodgers scheduled for August.
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