(Courtesy: Atlanta Braves)
ATLANTA (FOX 5 Atlanta) - The Atlanta Braves showed off their new uniforms during Saturday’s Chop Fest at The Battery Atlanta.
The team unveiled their five uniforms for the upcoming season with the help of Ronald Acuña Jr., Ozzie Albies, Freddie Freeman, Ender Inciarte and Dansby Swanson.
The Home White Uniforms will remain the same as last year while the Home Cream Uniforms has an added navy piping on the sleeves as a tribute to their 1950’s uniforms.
Meanwhile, the Home Friday Red Uniforms are an ode to the 2000s and will only be worn during Friday home games during the regular season. The Braves said the jerseys are slightly modified with changing the piping from two colors on the chest and sleeves to just navy.
On the road, the Road Navy Uniforms have changed the “Atlanta” lettering on the front and the numbers of the back have been changed to give a little more color contrast. The team also added gray piping on the chest and sleeves.
And the Road Gray Uniforms, the letters in “Atlanta” have been modified to match the cursive Braves font.
The uniforms were shown off at the 2019 Uniform Showcase at LIVE! Saturday morning.