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Moment of Levity: The Big Picture

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COMING SOON TO A DESERT NEAR YOU

Somehow, we thought the Padres had dropped the desert camp uniforms, but we were clearly wrong, as Kevin Kouzmanoff proves here. Sure, they're a nice homage to San Diego's rich military history and connection with nearby military bases, but do they have to be so literal? It's like having an Army mascot named "tough guy". A little over the top, no? (Denis Poroy/AP)

By Cameron Smith  |  May 19, 2009; 4:36 PM ET
Categories:  Padres  
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No knock on the military heritage, but those are some ugly unis. Also, R. Lee Ermey would make a good mascot, IMO, except that he's Marine Corps, not Army.

Posted by: natsfan1a1 | May 20, 2009 9:59 AM | Report abuse

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