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by Aleta Saeger August 08, 2020 3 min read

The MLB baseball season this year looks a bit different than other years. Training started a bit later this year as well as the season itself. New rules for safety have been put into place, but we are excited the season has begun. Many of us wish to stay safe and have decided to avoid stadiums, but we still want to cheer our teams on this baseball season. So, we’re strapping up our favorite watch and watch band combos for the year. Rock these best styles for your baseball teams.

Starting in the Big Apple with the New York Mets baseball team, we could possibly see quite a few blue dialed Rolex Submariners with an orange rubber Everest watch band. Or, will we see more Rolex Milgauss owners strap up with the bold orange Everest watch strap? Either way, the bold custom look will surely cheer on the beloved New York Mets.

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Heading to the windy city, there may be a bit more of a subtle show of baseball fans wrist shots for the Chicago White Sox. A black dialed Rolex, like a Submariner or Daytona, would be fittingly matched with an Everest gray rubber deployant watch band. Order that Portillo’s to go and park yourself on the most comfy baseball bleachers in your living room. No need to head to the south side of Chicago to catch that perfect pitch.

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You don’t need to hop on the L to head to the north side. You will still hear the chanting “Go Cubs Go.” While we’re not visiting Wrigley Field this year, we are still ready to cheer on the Chicago Cubs. With some of the most loyal fans in America, the Cubs have won the World Series just 3 out of 11 times. With the Chicago Cubs team sporting blue, red and white, it's only natural to strap up the Rolex GMT Pepsi with a white rubber, ooh yes. 

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Up next, the Cubs’ biggest rival - the St. Louis Cardinals, in our hometown no other. Busch stadium sits in sight of the Arch. Hometown to Budweiser brewery, you’ll find us holding up a Bud Light with a Rolex Ceramic Submariner No Date on Everest’s red rubber watch strap. You may catch us rocking a MONTA hat anticipating a Cardinal’s home run from Yadier Molina, Adam Wainwright or Matt Carpenter. 

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Past the gateway to the west in St. Louis, we’re taking a closer look at the Kansas City Royals’ watch/watch band combo to rock. With their team colors being blue, gold and black, it’s natural you would find a Royals fan picking up a Rolex Yachtmaster on a blue Everest watch band.

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All the way out west in the Golden City of San Francisco, California, we find the Giants. An Explorer II 42mm on an orange rubber strap would be the perfect way to boast of your favorite team. We talk about this newest Everest release here. Orange, black and white, the Explorer II 42mm with its orange GMT hand is the combo of the summer and especially the perfect one for Giant fans.

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In Oakland, California we find the Oakland A’s decked out in green, gold and gray. This may be the job for a Rolex Air-King on a green Everest rubber deployant watch band. Or, if you choose the tang style Everest rubber watch strap, you can rock the newest gold buckle option. Either way, you’ll be screaming your team’s colors with this #wristshot combo.

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And lastly, but not least, what would you rock to show off your team colors for the Mariners from Seattle, Washington? Another green team, we may choose to strap up the Rolex Hulk or possibly the Rolex Milgauss on Everest green rubber. It’s time to thrust your fist in the air as your favorite coastal team slides into home base.

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There may not be a “take me out to the ball game” this year, but batter up, strap up this year for your favorite baseball team. We haven’t struck out because it’s the perfect time to flaunt your team colors with these team themed Rolex watches as envisioned by Everest. Tag us in your #strapsaturday #wristshot @everestbands or drop a comment below with your favorite team inspired combination.  

Aleta Saeger
Aleta Saeger



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