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Written by Maury Brown   
Wednesday, 29 July 2009 00:00

Tuesday, during a Citi Field press conference, Mets players Daniel Murphy, Bobby Parnell, J.J. Putz, Omir Santos and Gary Sheffield unveiled The Players Choice Signature Series featuring jerseys, T-shirts and caps they designed exclusively for their fans, with each product expressing the personalities and attitudes of the individual players who designed them.

The Players Choice Signature Series jerseys, tee shirts and caps will go on sale for the first time during this evening’s Mets game in The Players Clubhouse Store, located in Citi Field, and online at MLB.com. In keeping with the promise of unique player-related merchandise offered by The Players Clubhouse Store, the players produced the products in a two-month design and manufacturing process with the MLBPA and its apparel licensees, VF/Majestic and Twins.

The MLBPA and ARAMARK opened The Players Clubhouse: A Players Choice Store, a first-of-its-kind merchandise store at Citi Field, on April 3. This new concept in stadium retail sales features player-related merchandise licensed by the MLBPA’s Players Choice group licensing program. The store provides the MLBPA and its licensees with a unique opportunity to launch new items, test future products and host player-related events.

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John Maine
John Maine Design
Santo Design

Santo Design
Parnell design
Parnell Design
Murphy Design

Murphy Design
Sheffield Design

Sheffield Design
Putz Design

Putz Design



All Images Courtesy MLB Players Association, VF/Majestic

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