The Rocket City Trash Pandas have unveiled their uniforms for the 2020 season. The team is currently still playing under the Mobile BayBears moniker but will move to the Huntsville area after the 2019 season.
The unveiling of the Trash Pandas branding happens in stages. In September 2018, the name of the club was announced and a month later, the logos were presented. And now the uniforms have been unveiled. The team will sport five different uniforms: A home uni, an alternate home uni, a road uni, an alternate road uni and a camo uniform.
The home uni will sport a playful script on the front, that says Trash Pandas. A striped tail runs from the S underneath a part of the word Pandas which refers to the raccoon, that is also called Trash Panda. The road jersey has the same playful script on the front saying Rocket City. Both alternative jerseys sport the alternate RC logo that has a rocket shape, on the left chest and black sleeves.
All jerseys have a triangular shape logo on the left sleeve which shows the Trash Panda waving the US flag and sports the name of Madison at the bottom. Four out of five jerseys sport piping that runs up along the buttons, around the neck, down along the buttons again.
It is hard to say which caps will be combined with these jerseys as the Trash Pandas’ web store doesn’t tell if any of the five caps shown there are home, road, alternate or BP.
Here are some good shots of some of the new unis (photos: Eric Schultzemail@example.com)
The Trash Pandas will start the 2020 season with a home opener on April 15 at their brand new ballpark. They will be the first professional team in the Huntsville area after the Huntsville Stars left for Biloxi in 2014 where they continued to play under the Shuckers moniker.