Skull and void! #CapsOn mandatory Monday
Monday was Opening Day and we hope you spent it the best way possible: Watching baseball all day long with your ballcap proudly displayed at school/work/inside your apartment. If you haven't yet, share a photo of yourself with the hashtag #CapsOn.
If you caught cap fever and weren't the lucky winner of @MLB's 30-cap giveaway, head over to MLBShop.com ASAP. After all, #CapsOn may have been Monday, but it's really a season-long event. You'll need one in order to make a great catch.
How did some celebrate the day? Glad you asked.
David Beckham made sure his cap was on:
Some fans went with some psychic predictions:
Caps are great for celebrating (and gloating):
Charlie Brown got in on the act:
Others needed their caps for their intended purpose: To block the sun:
While others simply rocked them in the office:
Need proof of just how good everyone looks in a cap? Gary Payton -- the glove -- has proof:
ESPN anchor Kenny Mayne went all in on the M's:
Benjamin Bratt made sure to get his Giants cap on:
Sporting Kansas City put together a stunning baseball tableau:
Russel Wilson wants #OpeningDay and #CapsOn to be a national holiday. We agree, Russ.
Even dogs celebrate Opening Day:
This prime doggo gets an 11/10:
And, really, could there even be a #CapsOn celebration without a goofy, cartoon bird?
Forgoing those puffy chef's hats, Iron Chef's Michael Symon showed off his Indians fandom:
You really don't want to be caught without your cap today. But you don't have to take our word for it -- just ask Roberto Alomar.