Having allowed players to use pink bats, wristbands and cleats in the past, Major League Baseball is going all-out for Mother’s Day and Father’s Day this season.

What does that mean? Pink and blue will be worked into every team’s uniforms for each respective holiday.

Here’s a look at the uniforms:

It’s just another way for the league to pay tribute to the special occasions.

Major League Baseball has made a point to honor America in recent years with “Stars and Stripes” uniforms. This season will be no different:

Also of note, camouflage is being used for Memorial Day.

And just so we are all caught up on MLB uniform news, here’s the batting practice/Home Run Derby uniforms the players will be wearing during All-Star week, which will be held in San Diego in July:

Those uniforms, of course, are honoring the Padres’ old brown-and-yellow color scheme.

As for the All-Star Game caps:

How do all of these uniforms grade out?

[MLB, Darren Rovell]

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