That’s not a maple leaf, Toronto…

Sometimes baseball teams try to think outside the box, only to discover that there’s a REASON why there’s a box in the first place.

Example?  The Toronto Blue Jays.  The Blue Jays’ baseball cap features a stylized maple leaf as its logo.  Got that?  Good.

Well, for St. Patrick’s Day, the Blue Jays have offered a green version of their baseball cap.  You know, a perfect hat for the St. Patrick’s Day Blue Jays fan.  Right?  Right.

Take a look at the St. Patrick’s Day cap.

torontogreenhatUm…

Er…

I’m not sure, but that logo doesn’t look like a maple leaf any more.  In fact…

It kinda looks like…

Well, let’s just put it this way.

You could wear this hat on March 17th…

And you could wear it again on April 20th.

Woah.

Wait, wait, here’s another one.

Will the Canadian National Anthem be performed at Blue Jays games by Cypress Hill?

Or better yet… oh please let this be true…

Can the ceremonial first pitch be thrown out by former Montreal Expos pitcher Bill “Spaceman” Lee, who when asked one time if he preferred grass or turf in his playing career, he said, “Grass, because I’ve never smoked turf.”

Thank you, I’ll see myself out.  😀

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