It’s that time of year again when MLB
Some of them are cool Paul O'Neill Jersey , some are puke worthy. Keep in mind, this is not just an MLB money grab. In..."WhiteFanposts Fanshots Sections Angels PregameAngels PostgameGamethreadsHalos Heaven PodcastsShohei OhtaniMinor LeaguesInterviewsEt Cetera2019 Angels/MLB Holiday & Special Event Jerseys and GearNew,5commentsPDTShareTweetShareShare2019 Angels/MLB Holiday & Special Event Jerseys and GearIt’s that time of year again when MLB releases all their designs for special events and holidays. Some of them are cool, some are puke worthy. Keep in mind, this is not just an MLB money grab. In fact, proceeds from these hats, socks, and jerseys go to military-focused charities, Susan G. Komen, Prostrate Cancer Foundation , and Stand Up To Cancer.This year MLB added a new celebration for Armed Forces Day.Note: I wasn’t able to find pictures of all items.For instance, many of the jerseys were only pictured for a few teams so I didn’t list them below.Mother’s Day - May 12thArmed Forces Day - May 17-19Memorial Day - May 27No Angels specific gear was pictured. Also, MLB won’t be selling Memorial Day uniforms anymore, but you can buy the Armed Forces Day stuff already pictured.Father’s Day - June 16The socks aren’t so bad, but those hats might pair well with your favorite Grateful Dead shirt.Canada Day - July 1Blue Jays only. Duh.Independence Day - July 4-7Some of those hats are pretty cool but the Angels version looks like any other hat you can already buy.All-Star Workout Day - July 8The design on those hats is pretty cool. I even kind of like the black on black but the red definitely pops. That sleeveless jersey though?? Just saw no. Been there, done that and it didn’t look good then either.All-Star Game - July 9Chime in! What are your favorite and least favorite styles?? Jorge Alfaro’s personality and performance adds to this new Marlins team, now and the future."WhiteFanposts Sections News & RumorsAnalysisPodcastsProspects & DraftGame CoverageFull ArchiveMasthead Social Marlins Players on TwitterFish Stripes on InstagramMarlins Media Members Fish Stripes Best of 2018 Marlins StoriesScheduleRosterStatsCommunity Guidelines StubHub 鉁昅iami Marlins OpinionRealmutwho?New,4commentsJorge Alfaro’s personality and performance adds to this new Marlins team, now and the future.EDTShareTweetShareShareRealmutwho?Sam Navarro-USA TODAY SportsThis is a guest post from longtime Marlins fan Brian Rowland.The exit of J.T.Realmuto has been quickly forgotten, not because the Marlins made a great trade (which they did) , but because JorgeAlfaro has jumped on the opportunity to play on a team that fosters earning opportunity based on performance. Since the minute Alfaro learned of the trade, he has been nothing but positive about going all out and bringing a winning culture to Miami. Immediate interviews from “El Oso” (“The Bear”) himself gave Marlins fans hope—despite losing the arguably best catcher in the game, they had gotten the better end of the deal. Even in today’s baseball era of analytics, you can’t make up for attitude. Alfaro is quickly showing us why those intangibles need to be considered.Jorge saw limited action during Spring Training after chasing a foul pop-up into the dugout, injuring his right knee in the process. But he had no regrets and made comments of always giving maximum effort. For the games he did play, the new backstop put together solid plate appearances—totaling only 10 at-bats, he still managed a .300 batting average.Jorge’s great all-around play factored into several Marlins defeats the past couple seasons (3 HR, .868 OPS in 19 G). Miami executives saw up front and personally just how clutch of a player he could be. Paired with the normal scouting process and the inevitability of divorcing with Realmuto, it was a no-brainer to acquire El Oso for themselves.Alfaro was ranked as high as the No. 3 prospect in the Phillies organization before graduating from prospect eligibility. He had respectable sampling in Philadelphia, hitting .262 last season while playing the first half at only 24 years of age.Now with the Marlins , his first week has shown that he is a bigger part of the Realmuto trade than many analysts had anticipated. On Opening Day, the new Marlins backstop put one into the seats right in front of 25,000 of his new fans, doing what he could to let Miami know he’s here to win. Jump forward to April 7 and Miami is in the midst of a losing streak. Jorge put two more homers into the stands, homers that would have also cleared the fences of spacious Marlins Park. Your browser does not support HTML5 video.The new backstop now sports an OPS over .900 at a key skill position. While not all the recent Marlins trades have worked out as desired, the trading out of a catcher two years older—who was looking toward free agency, anyway—looks to have been an immediate benefit to this 2019 Marlins squad.Combine all these points with the fact that Alfaro is only 25 years old, he may be just the kind of player that Miami execs should jump to sign to a long-term offer (as many other MLB teams have done recently with their young impact stars).Realmutwho? He’s ancient history. Fans should turn the page and start coming to a few more ballgames.Alfaro and Realmuto will play head-to-head for the first time with their new teams this Friday. Discounted tickets and an exclusive Marlins watch giveaway are available here.Join us at Fish Stripes Night!Come support your favorite team with your favorite Marlins聽community blog in a matchup against J.T. 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