The Dodgers are in the midst of a major overhaul.
They’re looking to go back to basics, and they’ve taken to the street.
“We’re trying to get rid of the flatter hat, the hat that’s not a flat bill,” Dodgers catcher and longtime Dodgers cheerleader Joe Mauer told ABC News on Monday.
“That’s the hat we have for the guys who wear hats that have no hats.
The Dodgers went to great lengths to make it look as though they’re in business on their current roster. “
The hat that we have is just a flat piece of paper with a smiley face on it.”
The Dodgers went to great lengths to make it look as though they’re in business on their current roster.
It’s a hat that they’re making a habit of.
The Dodgers’ mascot, a flat-haired loon with a hat in place of a mustache, has worn a variety of hats over the years, including a blue-and-white hat, a blue and white cap, and even a blue hat.
“I’m not going to be a big fan of hats that are flat,” Mauer said.
That’s how we like it.” “
But we like to make a statement with our hats, and if we do make a flat hat, we’re going to do it in a way that doesn’t offend.
That’s how we like it.”
So what does that mean for the Dodgers’ new hats?
“It’s going to come down to a decision on what they want to do,” Mauers dad, Dick Mauer, told ABC.
“If we think they’re going back to their roots and are trying to make hats that don’t have hats on them, then we’re not in the business.”