New Alternate Jersey For Atlanta Braves Leaked

Quite a number of teams have either changed their logo, changed their colors, or changed some form of their uniform for 2012.

The latest to do is the Atlanta Braves, who will have a new alternate jersey for this upcoming season. The first look at it is at SportsLogos.net, and it’s quite similar to the Giants and Rockies alts also posted in this StoryStream:

It’s quite an attractive jersey, actually; the cream color is similar to the Giants’ home uniforms and the jersey piping is like the piping already on Atlanta’s home uniforms.

In addition, the lettering and numbering style is similar to the uniforms the Braves wore when they first moved to Atlanta in 1966.

According to SportsLogos.net:

The Atlanta Braves were planning on unveiling this jersey later this month, it is not replacing any of the alternate jerseys from the 2011 season – this jersey is being added to the rotation from last season.

And, SB Nation Atlanta gives them a thumbs-up:

Those are pretty damn sharp in my opinion. As someone who is not a huge fan of the alternative navy blue road uniforms we currently use, these are a nice change of pace. Most of those on Twitter liked the new throwbacks as well, calling them “incredible” and “among the best in baseball”.

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