Boston College baseball gave fans a little preview of their special Wounded Warrior uniforms, which the Eagles are set to debut in this weekend's game against Maryland. BC teamed up with the Wounded Warrior Project to create a jersey to honor current and previous veterans for their military service, and hopefully gain some money, and awareness to this very important organization.

Prior to the game, BC will host numerous events paying homage to those who fought for our country, and will have retired Army Staff Sgt Erick Millet throw out the first pitch for Saturday's game. The uniforms were designed by Under Armour, the official sponsors of Boston College, and feature all the American touches a Wounded Warrior uniform should have. This isn't the first time Under Armour created a American flag uniform for the Eagles as just a few years ago, the BC football team teamed up with the Wounded Warrior Project for a similar look.

Check out Boston College in their game this weekend against Maryland where they will debut the Wounded Warrior uniform, and stay tuned to Sneaker Report for more updates, as BC has previously auctioned off the uniforms to help gain more money for this very important cause.


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