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MLB players, coaches and fans broke out the green to celebrate St. Patrick's Day

On Saturday, Major League Baseball celebrated St. Patrick's Day throughout the day, with teams adding more green than usual into their uniforms. Adrián Beltré busted out some green suspenders and the Phanatic congratulated a newly-engaged couple in green, but that wasn't all baseball had to offer.
The traditionally purple Charlie Blackmon strode to the field in a different shade:

MLB busted out the shamrock bases:

The Reds stayed with tradition:

Cubs fashion connoisseur/strength and conditioning coach Tim Buss worked his magic again:

The White Sox wore some stylish hats:

Their fans looked pretty good, too:

Amed Rosario, Travis Shaw and Mike Clevinger all flaunted fashionable footwear

The A's already wear green as a primary color, so when Sheldon Neuse homered against the Giants, it was all green everywhere:

Meanwhile, the D-backs' social media team celebrated a Paul Goldschmidt dinger as only they could:

The Tigers spared no expense:

At the end of the day, though, no one looked cooler than Lorenzo Cain:

Happy St. Patrick's Day!