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Miami Marlins Day-Glo Orange Uniforms Have Leaked

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The Marlins don't officially reveal the full details of their branding makeover until Friday, but on the heels of the leak of the new logo and hats, it appears that details of the new uniform have also found their way online early. And if they're accurate, you can say goodbye to teal, and hello to ...orange?

Here's the mock-ups of the new uniforms obtained by MarlinManiac.com from an unnamed source:

Orange you glad to see these? The color is already an official jersey color for the Miami Dolphins and the Miami Hurricanes.

It's also ironic that the Marlins played in a stadium with orange seats for their entire existence, and only decided to embrace the color on their move to a stadium with blue seats (which just so happens to sit on the grave of the Orange Bowl).

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