Budweiser baseball cans arrive just in time for opening day

It’s not baseball season without Harry Caray’s favorite beer, an ice cold Budweiser, and this year Anheuser-Busch is bringing the wildly popular “my team can” concept to the MLB with their new Budweiser baseball cans. Why just drink when you can pretend your consumption is in some way helping the team?

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Designed in partnership with local artists and baseball enthusiasts, Budweiser’s MLB team design cans bring to life the true ambition and personality of each team and its hometown, featuring some of the most iconic elements of each city like the palm trees in Los Angeles to the Gateway Arch in Budweiser’s hometown of St. Louis.

Each artist was hand-selected to create the unique, locally-inspired designs, based on their personal connection to their team’s ambitious history and the fans that support the home team. The cans will each be wrapped in one-of-a-kind, personalized artwork to celebrate Budweiser’s commitment to the game while offering fans a way to support their teams from the first pitch to the last out.

Budweiser baseball cans in the wild

Anheuser-Busch is the official sponsor of the MLB, but they aren’t the sponsor of every team, with Coors Light, Miller Lite, and Constellation all claiming some teams. That is likely the reason that only a select few get their very own Budweiser baseball cans. 15 sets of fans will be drinking in style as their team gets crushed by the Detroit Tigers.

Baltimore Orioles Budweiser Can

Boston Red Sox Budweiser Can

Chicago Cubs Budweiser Can

Cincinnati Reds Budweiser Can

Houston Astros Budweiser Can

LA Dodgers Budweiser Can

Minnesota Twins Budweiser Can

New York Mets Budweiser Can

New York Yankees Budweiser Can

Oakland Athletics Budweiser Can

San Diego Padres Budweiser Can

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St. Louis Cardinals Budweiser Can

Tampa Bay Rays Budweiser Can

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Texas Rangers Budweiser Can

Washington Nationals Budweiser Can

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