Pics of Brewers – Pirates Spanish Uniform Game

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Milwaukee Cerveceros Brewers vs Pittsburgh Pirates Piratas Spanish Uniforms 2012

The Milwaukee Brewers and Pittsburgh Pirates are taking part in their second Spanish-language jersey game against each other in the last three seasons tonight at Milwaukee’s Miller Park.

The Brewers are wearing attractive gold jerseys with Cerveceros across the front in the same font as their usual “Brewers” jersey script.

Pittsburgh is wearing their standard road uniforms with “PIRATAS” across the front. These are the same Spanish-language jerseys the Pirates wore against the Brewers in 2010.

The Brewers grounds crew also got into the spirit by painting a blue script “C” on the pitchers mound.

Photos of these uniforms in action below, click any for a larger version:

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  • Alex

    Why doesn’t Milwaukee have a regular gold alternate? Those gold uniforms are gorgeous.

  • ingmar66

    Yes, those golden jerseys are great. For the full brewski effect, they should wear white caps with this jersey: foam crowning the beer.

  • Lonewolf

    I wish they could find a way to keep politics and political correctness out of sports. I’d also give baseball a gold star if they could shorten the pants as well as the hair.