The Orioles will be the very first team in all of US sports to wear a jersey completely in Braille and it's so awesome that this is happening.
The National Federation of the Blind recently moved its headquarters to Baltimore, Maryland and to honor that the Orioles will be hosting National Federation of the Blind Night on September 18.
All the coaches and players will wear jerseys with their names spelled in Braille. Fans in attendance will also be given a Braille alphabet card, which will be distributed by volunteers from the NFB too!
Check out what the jerseys look like below.
On Sept. 18, we'll recognize the 40th anniversary of @NFB_voice moving their headquarters to Baltimore and become the first American professional sports team to incorporate Braille lettering into our gameday uniforms when we host National Federation of the Blind Night at OPACY. pic.twitter.com/vU8ZDlXGOr— Baltimore Orioles (@Orioles) September 5, 2018
Tickets are on sale HERE and we think this is a great night to teach the kids something and we hope other teams do this as well!