The San Francisco Giants are going to wear "Gay Pride" uniforms on the field because of course they are

Jun 3rd

Look who is going to be the first MLB team ever to rock rainbow gay pride uniforms on the field of play ... shockingly ... the San Francisco Giants!

On Saturday, the Giants will become the first big-league team to incorporate Pride colors into their uniform as they celebrate Pride Month.

For San Francisco Pride Day, the Giants will wear an SF logo Pride Patch on the right sleeve of their home jersey and a custom cap that incorporates the Pride colors into the SF logo for their game against the Cubs. The 11 colors of the logo are emblematic of the Progress Pride Flag and signify inclusion and progression with the six Pride colors, along with black and brown to recognize LGBTQ+ people of color and light blue, pink and white to recognize those who are transgender.

That's right -- the Giants' rainbows are even WOKER than regular old gay pride rainbows!

Who wants to bet that by this time 5 years from now SF will be wearing full clown-style head-to-toe rainbow uniforms?? 😩


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