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Quakes Unveil New Home Uniforms
01/09/2012 6:18 PM ET
Rancho Cucamonga, CA -The Rancho Cucamonga Quakes will be sporting a new look at The Epicenter in 2012, as the Quakes have unveiled new home uniforms.

The new uniforms feature a handful of changes and will help to merge two brands together, the Quakes, as well as their major league partner, the Los Angeles Dodgers.

Arguably the most noticeable change will take place on the numbers in the uniform, as the 2012 uniforms will feature the Quakes' customary "fault line" running through the middle of each digit, giving it a unique and truly "Quake" look.

An addition to the 2012 uniform will feature a red number on the lower left-half on the front of the jersey, which is also a popular feature of the current Dodgers' uniform.

Quakes' jerseys will have sleeves in 2012, a change from the sleeveless style worn in years past. The jersey will no doubt be "Dodgerized", as the left sleeve will feature the traditional "LA" logo.

Missing from the pants this year will be any piping down the sides, as the new pants will be solid white, also emulating that of the Dodgers' home pants.

Finally, an alternative Quakes' cap will be introduced for 2012. This cap features the Quakes' primary "Q" logo, but is blue in color and will be worn during select Quakes' home games at The Epicenter.

"The Quakes are proud to be able to unite two great brands in our new home uniforms," said Quakes Vice President/General Manager Grant Riddle. "We believe that the changes that were made not only stay true to the Quakes' theme, but help to integrate the Dodgers as well."

The Quakes will don their new uniforms for the first time on Thursday, April 5th, as they take on the Inland Empire 66ers in the Home Opener!

Season Tickets, Mini-Season Tickets and Group Tickets are on sale by calling (909) 481-5000 or online at rcquakes.com. We hope to see you at The Epicenter very soon...Go Quakes!

This story was not subject to the approval of the National Association of Professional Baseball Leagues or its clubs.
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