Cardinals are targeting home design
Cardinals’ design chief and owner Larry Fitzgerald believes the team’s home designs should incorporate the look of a traditional design.
The Cardinals are using a different look in their home uniforms.
The team’s official website says the uniforms are inspired by traditional designs like the “St. Louis” of St. Louis Cardinals owner Michael Bidwill, who was a baseball great.
The uniforms are also based on “traditional designs from around the world,” according to the website.
That could be a reference to the team wearing the uniforms for a recent home game against the Oakland Raiders.
The Cardinals also have worn the “Blue” jerseys with the “Red” logo.
Fitzgerald said he wants the uniforms to look more like the teams that won the World Series.
He also said the Cardinals’ home design should incorporate elements from other teams, like the Philadelphia Eagles, Pittsburgh Steelers and Dallas Cowboys.
“It’s important to me that the uniforms reflect the city and culture that we’re going to have here,” Fitzgerald said.
The team has been known to change uniforms for games, but this one is the first time it has been worn by a member of the team.
Fitzgerald said he was unsure what other changes the team planned to make.