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Written by Maury Brown   
Monday, 07 April 2008 17:06

Major League Baseball Properties (MLBP), along Majestic Athletic, announced today that they will debut a new Cool Base™ Gamer Jacket for the 2008 MLB Championship Season. According to MLBP, "the re-engineered product from the MLB Authentic Collection was produced to enhance the quality in performance apparel used by players."

As announced through the MLBP press release:

The new Cool Base™ Gamer jacket was designed to improve the range of motions from the use of stretch fabrics, while providing superior insulation and wind protection for staying warm during morning stretches and when waiting for the batting cage. Cool Base™ technology will allow for enhanced breathability and moisture management as temperatures climb. The Convertible Cool Base™ Gamer will offer extra versatility with removable sleeves for fielding drills and batting practice.

While designed for the Major League players, the new jackets will be available to fans of all 30 Clubs as part of the MLB Authentic Collection in three versions (Cool Base Gamer, Fashion Color Cool Base Gamer & Convertible Cool Base Gamer). All three products, along with the entire MLB Authentic Collection, will be available at major national retailers, as well as MLB.com, the official Web site of Major League Baseball.

Below are examples of the new jackets:

Red Sox - Shortsleeve
 Red Sox - Long Sleeve
Cubs - Short sleeve
 Cubs - Long Sleeve

Source: MLB Properties


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