If you grew up in the late '90s and early 2000s, or if you had kids who grew up over that 10-15 year span, then I'm sure you're familiar with Blue's Clues.

The educational and interactive children's show aired from 1996-2006 and featured beloved host Steve Burns through 2002. The success of the show created toys, decorations, clothing, and spin-off shows that made a lasting impression on America in the last 25 years.

A couple of weeks back, a professional minor league baseball team named the New Hampshire Fisher Cats decided to wear special, Blue's Clues-themed uniforms and then auctioned them off after the game.

I mean, seriously, look at how adorable these jerseys are!

What's even cooler for those in Western New York is that the New Hampshire Fisher Cats are the Double-A affiliate of the Toronto Blue Jays; so I guess the Blue's Clues jerseys make sense.

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For those who don't normally follow minor league baseball, it's a long-lasting tradition to have special "one-off" jerseys and usually, they go hand-in-hand with charities.

Minor league baseball teams always have fun promotions and don't mind going off-the-beaten-path for entertainment. You can also add minor league hockey teams in that theme as well. Minor league sports always make sure fans have fun and honestly, isn't that why we fell in love with sports anyway? To have fun.

These Blue's Clues uniforms are the best!

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