The Normal CornBelters (independent; Frontier League) will have new home jerseys, road jerseys and hats for the 2013 season.
The team will wear Wilson ProFusion jerseys and three different Game Pro hats produced by The Game.
“The new looks have received a lot of positive feedback behind-the-scenes, and I’m excited to announce another new aspect of CornBelters baseball moving forward,” said General Manager Kyle Kreger, who alluded to more new announcements to come. “So far this off-season, we’ve hired a new coaching staff, signed several new players, secured a new media partner for our radio broadcasts and now this. And, we’re not done yet! It’s definitely an exciting time to be a CornBelters fan.”
The new home jerseys will be white. The front of the jerseys will feature dark green “CornBelters” script, and a small number, outlined in light gold. The back of the jerseys will feature a larger, dark green number outlined in light gold. Plus, it will include a small Frontier League logo on the collar. A CornBelters logo will appear on the right sleeve, and a CEFCU logo will appear on the left sleeve. The new home hat is dark green and athletic gold, with a large CornBelters logo on the front and a smaller one on the back. It will also serve as the spring training hat.
The new alternate hat is black, white and gold with a large CornBelters logo on the front and smaller “CornBelters” script on the back.
The new road jerseys will be black. The front of the jerseys will feature light gold “CornBelters” script, and a small number, outlined in white. The back of the jerseys will feature a larger, light gold number outlined in white. It too will also include a small Frontier League logo on the collar. The new away hat is black and gold, with a large CornBelters logo on the front and smaller “CornBelters” script on the back.
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