San Quentin Prison adds clever patches to donated MLB jerseys

Tuesday November 18th, 2014

San Quentin State Prison has an uncommon tradition of allowing its inmates to play baseball, the only prison in California that does so.

During the game the two teams wear uniforms donated by the Oakland Athletics and San Francisco Giants, but with one minor, very clever difference in the league logo on the sleeve.

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While the patches may look cool, it is not really worth the cost, considering you have to go to jail just to get one.

- Brendan Maloy

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