With every major holiday that occurs during the season, all MLB teams have their jerseys and hats tweaked to feature the colors associated with the holiday.
On Memorial Day, it's camo. On Mother's Day, it's pink. On the Fourth of July, it's red, white and blue.
For Father's Day, it's light blue, and that made for a slightly awkward situation Sunday in Los Angeles as the Giants' black hat was replaced by a light blue hat. Shirts underneath the jersey had to be light blue.
Appearing on KNBR 680 Monday morning, broadcaster Mike Krukow was asked about the Giants' wearing blue against the Dodgers.
"What is up with that? Serious business. And the boys were not too happy about that," Krukow said before the phone connection cut out.
Why do MLB teams wear blue on Father's Day? It's to raise awareness for prostate cancer and raise money for research to fight the disease.
So the Giants may not have been thrilled about wearing the color of their arch rival, but it was for a good cause.
After beating the Dodgers on Sunday, the Giants are back home Monday where they open a 10-game homestand against the Marlins.