OPI announces the launch of seven new limited edition nail lacquers inspired by Major League Baseball (MLB), marking the first-ever professional sports league licensing agreement for the company. Featuring a range of red, orange, blue and white hues, MLB Collection by OPI shades are ideal to mix, match and wear while fans cheer on their favorite MLB team.

 “Enjoying a baseball game is one of America’s most celebrated pastimes,” explains Suzi Weiss-Fischmann, OPI Co-Founder & Executive VP.  “For many years, men dominated the stands, but today, more and more women can be found in the crowds. Baseball boasts a lot of female fans looking to demonstrate their love of the game through fashion – from trendy, feminine sports apparel to themed accessories. Now, women can wear the limited edition MLB Collection nail lacquers to show support from head (and fingers) to toe!”

“Major League Baseball understands the importance of female fans in the growth and success of our sport, and so we continuously seek new opportunities to diversify our portfolio of licensed offerings to target this extensive fan base,” said Howard Smith, Senior Vice President, Licensing, Major League Baseball.  “We are beyond thrilled to partner with OPI, a premium brand in a unique category of business, to launch this new line of exclusive nail polish, giving fans yet another colorful way to show off their team pride at the start of the 2014 baseball season.”      

MLB Collection by OPI includes the following shades:

Short–STOP!

Go for it! This rich crème red is a real catch.

Love Athletes in Cleats

This shimmery red and a man in uniform…now that’s romantic.

 Orange You Going to the Game?

This bright and playful orange is the ticket for fun.

 Right Off the Bat

This frosty navy blue is a definite home run.

7th Inning Strrretch

Take this steely grey blue out to the ballgame.

 Umpires Come Out at Night

Friday night at the game is perfect for this deep midnight blue.

 Girls Love Diamonds

Whether on the finger or on the field, this pure white is totally engaging.

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