Normal Cornbelters To Wear New Uniform And Cap Styles

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Many people enjoy the logos and designs found on all minor league baseball (MiLB and independent) uniforms and caps.  The Normal Cornbelters (Frontier League) announced new uniform and cap designs for the 2013 season.  The new styles can be found on the team’s website here:


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  1. Nicely done, except for too much concession to black again. Green and gold is distinctive in this league and should be promoted more.

    Don’t like the “Belters” on the caps. The N using a stalk is unique and should have been left alone. But I like the newer cap style, a break from the boring traditional look which I’m all for. They are probably keeping the green borders around gold for later use, because you really cannot see the light gold borders. The shirts are awfully plain, however, and I wish they had opted for contrast on the sleeves, at least green on the home jerseys, if not away, and maybe in the raglan style that frees up the armpits.

    They may yet break out an alternate green based jersey for night use on the weekends, a possible reprise from last year’s unis.

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