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The Shoe Game at Yankee Stadium Today via WPW Godsend @GeminiKeez

The must-follow Instagram account of Gemini Keez provides us with a ground floor look at the footwear in today’s Rangers at Yankee game.  Keez took enough great shots to warrant a post over an Instagram photo.

Above is a look at Phil’s Hughes Under Armour cleats, a shoe we figured out thanks to you commenters and @SandlotSpikes on Twitter.  It is a UA Nitro Icon Low, a football cleat—a WPW first.

Above is Robbie Cano‘s exclusive trainer based of the Nike Air Huarache 2kFresh cleat.  These aren’t available as far as we know.

Derek Holland’s exclusive Under Armour Yard 5/8 ST cleat.  Also notice the toe protection, a polyurethane coating that keeps the toe of the shoe from fraying.  We only know of one company who makes a product like this, the Tuff Toe Pro, so we’re assuming that’s where the Dutch Oven got his from.

Mariano Rivera’s Nike Air Cooperstown, the three-piece suit of cleats.  Its Mo’s way of saying, “I was doing this when you were in diapers and I’m still better than you.”

Texas Reliever Neil Cotts here, who must have lost a bet.  What a contrast from the last shoe.  This UA Cam Highlight is the clown suit to the Air Cooperstown’s three-piece.  Seriously though, that shoe is a joke, right?

Yu Darvish‘s Asics Gel-DS Racer 9 in exclusive Ranger colors.

Nike Lunar TR1 on Adrian Beltre with that same gradient look that Andrus and Kinsler have on their cleats.

And lastly, CC Sabathia’s Jordan RCVR 2.  These look navy to me, but I wouldn’t be surprised if they were black.  The black version is available, but if these are navy then they’re exclusive.

Thanks again to @geminikeez for these awesome pictures.


  1. Phil Hughes’s Cleats are a rendition of the Under Armour Nitro Icon Low MC Football Cleats

  2. Phil Hughes’ Under Armour cleats look a lot like the UA Nitro Icon football cleats. Is it possible he is wearing a football model?

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