Loudmouth Golf Introduces New MLB Line of Apparel

Loudmouth golf, the brand that brought you Bill Murray’s Pabst Blue Ribbon shorts, will officially be bringing you MLB-themed apparel.

On Wednesday, Loudmouth announced that they’d reached a deal with Major League Baseball for a line of officially licensed MLB gear for the golf course or the ballpark.

“Loudmouth announced [on Wednesday] that they have come to terms on a license agreement with Major League Baseball to create a brand new collection of fashionable team fan wear for men and women. Under the agreement, Loudmouth, known for bold and bright-patterned apparel, will combine their famously unique designs with the iconic MLB Clubs.”

Hmm…no wonder John Daly was spotted wearing St. Louis Cardinals gear this week at St. Andrews:

Nice jacket, JD.

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“I’ve been going to ball games my whole life, so Loudmouth’s licensing deal with MLB hits close to home for me,” says Loudmouth President and CEO, Dennis Green. “We know Loudmouth MLB fan wear will appeal to baseball fans and golfers alike, allowing folks to take their favorite MLB team to the golf course or their favorite Loudmouth print to the stadium.”

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Whatever you’re baseball allegiance, LoudMouth has the gear you’re looking for to show your fandom.

Not all of MLB’s 30 teams are represented — yet.

Currently, the teams with merchandise available are the Boston Red Sox, Chicago Cubs, St. Louis Cardinals, New York Yankees, San Francisco Giants, Los Angeles Dodgers and Cincinnati Reds.

The line is currently available at in their made to order section, and will be availble at Major League Baseball stores and team sites in the near future.


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