The Nashville Sounds (Class AAA; Pacific Coast League) have rolled out new red uniforms that will be worn during every Friday home game this season. The uniforms will be on display for a total of 10 games at First Tennessee Park in 2017.
In the past, the Sounds have embraced the idea of wearing specialty jerseys on a specific night of the week. Perhaps the best example is the team’s Throwback Thursday offering, something that has become a staple in our annual Promotions Watch on history nights in Minor League Baseball.
Throwback Thursday is set to return–this year’s installment honors the 1978 Sounds–but it will be followed on the calendar by a bold look the team will sport on Fridays. For every Friday home game this season, the Sounds will don a red a uniform that features the Nashville script across the front. The sleeves of the jersey will be marked with a black guitar head.
Some of the touches on featured on the jersey will also be on the uniform’s hat. The cap the Sounds will wear each Friday builds on the jersey’s red and black color scheme, while featuring an image of a vinyl record that overlays the shape of Tennessee.
The Sounds announced the uniforms earlier this week, rolling out the photos along with an accompanying video:
The team’s first Friday home game of the 2017 season is scheduled for April 14.