Baseball Uniforms Worcester, MA
Baseball Uniforms Worcester, MA. Searching for custom baseball uniforms for your Worcester, MA team this season? You know the kind, the ones that can withstand just enough dirt to show mom you played — along with a possible mixture of blood, sweat, and tears — yet still look sleek enough to catch the glistening eye of that special someone in the front row? At STL Shirt Co., we concentrate on designing and printing top-tier baseball uniforms for little league, high school, college, travel league, and senior beer league throughout the Worcester, MA area.
STL Shirt Co. has been printing baseball uniforms for Worcester, MA customers since 1975, going above and beyond to guarantee your team looks great. We offer custom baseball uniform fittings at our centrally located store in St. Peters, or you can develop your own from the comfort of your couch in Worcester, MA, on our custom baseball uniform builder. You can customize every facet of our baseball uniforms, from the style of pants to the type of buttons on the jersey. We’ll even talk about rubbing some dirt on there, just so you can show mom you played.
If you are located in or near St. Louis County, we would love to have you stop by our store and meet with us to design the ideal custom baseball uniforms. If you happen to live in Worcester, MA, or any other great locale across the country, no sweat. We are happy to virtually meet you and look forward to becoming your go-to stop for baseball uniforms. Submit your request for a quote or give us a call to secure your Worcester, MA order today at 636-926-2777 and take advantage of our prioritized shipping.
Worcester, MA Baseball Uniforms: Whatever Your Team’s Style, STL Shirt Co. Has It
Baseball is America’s pastime and we take that to heart with our Worcester, MA custom uniforms. STL Shirt Co. is a union store utilizing only the best American-made moisture-wicking materials. We take great pride in providing the best styles and the quickest turnaround times on all Worcester, MA orders. Are you and your Worcester, MA team more traditional or are you more modern? Do you prefer a sleek, crisp style or a loose, laidback-and-baggy setup? Along with polyester, or a cotton-poly combination, Worcester, MA uniform fabrics can include:
- Dyna Dry — This performance fabric is a flat-backed mock mesh that does a good job in wicking away moisture on Worcester, MA baseball uniforms. 100 percent polyester.
- Flex Dry — This fabric offers a two-way stretch that’s lightweight and breathable. It also provides moisture management. 90% polyester, 10% spandex.
- DryTec — As a microfiber selection, DryTec is a lightweight and pique moisture wicking fabric. It has a smooth, flat face without texture. 100% polyester.
- Durafiber — Looking for a heavyweight material for your Worcester, MA team? Opt for the double knit Durafiber. This fabric is incredibly durable, but breathable, and will effectively wick away moisture. 100% polyester.
- Aerofiber — Aerofiber uses leading methods in its lightweight fabric makeup. It’s made with open pinhole mesh, making it stretchy and breathable. 90% polyester, 10% spandex.
Whether it is a vintage, V-neck pullover, ala the Houston Astros, or a contemporary, reversible raglan-sleeved top, our custom baseball uniforms keep you and your squad at the top of your league’s standings. Baseball pant styles encompass pinstripe, piped, or solid styles, in power open bottom or knicker pants, also called knee breeches, to show off the stirrups. (See also: How to Wear Baseball Pants and Stirrups.) Other styles of Worcester, MA uniform tops include:
- Crew neck jersey
- 2-button jersey
- Full button-up jersey
- Vest (sleeveless) jersey
- Lightweight jersey
- Long sleeve jersey
In addition to baseball uniforms, STL Shirt Co. provides the following for our Worcester, MA customers:
- Custom Hats
- Screen Printing
- Custom Jerseys
- Custom T Shirt
- Embroidery Near Me
- T-Shirt Printing
- Rush T-Shirt Orders
- Union Print Shop
Worcester, MA Baseball Uniforms From STL Shirt Co.: What is Sublimation?
We count on sublimated designs and logos on our baseball uniforms that will never crack, peel, or fade on breathable, flexible, and moisture-wicking material. No matter the Worcester, MA temperature or conditions. Sublimation printing, also called “all over printing” as it lets you use a design or logo that goes from seam to seam, uses heat to essentially bring ink and fabric together as one. To begin in Worcester, MA, your design or logo is printed on our special paper. The inks coalesce with the fabric, after being heated and turning into gas. The heat opens the pores of the fabric and then, with the activated pressure, the ink cools and returns to a solid form. The sublimation process is often compared to a tattoo, clearly exchanging baseball uniforms for your skin.
This technique is ideal for our custom baseball uniforms in Worcester, MA, which are lighter and softer than some competitors’ jerseys, because the fabric remains smooth due to the printing melding with the fabric, contrary to feeling the dried, prickly ink on your skin on those competitors’ jerseys. There’s nothing worse than standing out in the field with the sun grilling you amidst a Worcester, MA summer scorcher, replete with a 113 heat index, only to feel the displeasure of ink melting to your skin. That’s humiliating, particularly seeing as baseball uniforms cost money. We can hope, for your sake, those inquisitive eyes of your special fan didn’t see that.
Worcester, MA Baseball Uniforms: A Brief History
Oh, how far baseball uniforms have come. When they first began, back in 1849, baseball uniforms were made of wool pants, white flannel shirts, and straw hats. Seems great for one of those Worcester, MA sizzling summer days, right? By 1882, uniforms were based on position rather than team. Each first baseman, for example, wore the same scarlet-and-white-striped shirt and bowtie, no matter which side of the field they were on. This idea didn’t quite take off brilliantly, surviving just a year prior to being called clown costumes and getting ditched.
In 1929, numbers were introduced to the back of major league baseball uniforms. It took another couple of decades for numbers to be put on the front, too. Batting helmets were not introduced until 1939, but were not required until 1971. Wool uniforms and caps, or at the very least wool blends, were utilized until 2007. Along the way, there were many alterations and adaptations. The Chicago White Sox, at the instruction of quirky owner Bill Veeck, donned Bermuda shorts in 1976. The Philadelphia Phillies rocked zippers on their jerseys in 1979. And the list goes on. And on.
Worcester, MA Baseball Uniforms From STL Shirt Co.: Tossing a Perfect Game in Design
Your team has a distinct personality, and your custom baseball uniforms should definitely echo that personality. The issue can often be locating a design that shows the world what you already know. That’s where the pros at STL Shirt Co. step in. We want to take the time to help you bring your team’s vision to life in the Worcester, MA area. We are experts so you don’t have to be. Read what our customers have to say about our work.
Our Worcester, MA design team realize which color schemes work well together and, most importantly, those which shouldn’t coincide. We enjoy what we do. Give us a call at 636-926-2777 or reach out to us online.
We can also place your logo and color patterns on your squad’s:
- Compression shirts
- Tech tees
- Shirts & Polos
- Gear bags or cinch sacks
- Gloves/Batting gloves
- Arm or leg sleeves
- Cooling towels
- Arm, shin, or foot guards
- Team flags
With a nice stockpile of custom baseball uniforms and all of your gear, STL Shirt Co. can get you started with your own complimentary web store to supply fans with an avenue to buy their favorites, providing a nice fundraiser for your team.
Swinging For the Fences With Worcester, MA Custom Baseball Uniforms | STL Shirt Co.
Our staff at STL Shirt Co. can help your Worcester, MA squad flourish in the field, and look good doing so. Our custom baseball uniforms turn heads all over the diamond — from the umpires, the competition, the front row, and beyond.