Posted on July 16th, by HeatherZeller in BLOG.


Major League Baseball players are not typically at the forefront of the fashion conversation, especially when compared to other professional sports leagues. But All-Star Weekend has proved that many of the league’s stars are on top of their fashion game. Prior to suiting up in their All-Star Game uniforms, players rolled out a range of memorable sartorial statements on the MLB Network’s Red Carpet Show.

Baltimore Orioles outfielder, Adam Jones, stepped out in a vibrant, camo patterned, contrast lapel jacket. The interior was embroidered with the phrase, “Stay Hungry,” which has been Jones’ motto this season. A red watch, Ray Ban shades, and socks featuring bicycle graphics completed the unique look.

Cincinnati Reds second baseman, Brandon Phillips, looked sharp from head-to-toe in a gray suit accented with a plaid tie and fuschia pocket square. Phillips raised the style stakes with a pair of black and white Christian Louboutin kicks.

(photo via @xfinitysports)

New York Yankees second baseman, Robinson Cano, opted for a mix and match approach to dressing. His dark, sleek suit was embellished with a shirt, tie and pocket square in varying patterns.

Boston Red Sox DH, David Ortiz, hit the red carpet in Summer hues. Ortiz has an affinity for colorful, flashy styles, as evident in the bubblegum pink pants, spiked white loafers and his signature bling.

(photo via @brendanprunty)

Colorado Rockies outfielder, Carlos Gonzalez, looked comfortable and cool in a bright blue blazer and a casually opened white shirt. He dressed up his outfit with a purple pocket square, aviators and what appears to be an on-trend MLB hairdo: the mohawk.

Toronto Blue Jays outfielder, Jose Bautista, channeled Gonzalez wearing a bold blue jacket of his own. He paired it with a checkered shirt and white pants.

Detroit Tigers third baseman, Miguel Cabrera, and Los Angeles Angels outfielder, Mike Trout, both appeared casual, yet polished in their red carpet ensembles.

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