This past Sunday, the Durham Bulls wore pink jerseys in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness. After the game, the jerseys were auctioned off to raise money. This is the second year that the Bulls have shown their support by donning the pink. While this is definitely a worthy cause and great charitable contribution, we hope that no professional sports team ever incorporates pink as their main color. That being said, the Bulls version was actually not that bad. The pink works well with the Bulls blue, although there were reports that the pink jersey could be seen through the Bulls white pants.

Still, this use of a pink jersey was easier on the eyes than some previous attempts such as THIS, THIS, THIS, THIS, THIS, THIS, THIS, THIS or THIS. And of course you already know how we feel about Pink Red Sox caps. They makes us throw up a little and want to punch Ben Affleck.

Swing for the cure [Durham Bulls]

 
 

2 Comments

  1. Anonymous says:

    Nice title to this article.

    Not sure if you consider Serie A Italian soccer a professional sport, but Palermo’s main color is pink.

    http://www.ilpalermocalcio.it/en/home/index.jsp

  2. The Professor says:

    Soccer is definitely a professional sport. We are slightly more than casual fans and have spent many an afternoon in soccer bars watching EPL and weeknights at 5am watching World Cup action.

    As for Palermo. I had forgotten about them. But i must admit, their road kits are not that bad with the black and just a touch of pink.

    Also, apparently their is a professional rugby club out there somewhere that wears pink.

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