CHICAGO, IL - JULY 4: Joey Svec walks in a 4th of July Parade on the field before the game between the Chicago White Sox and the Baltimore Orioles on July 4, 2013 at U.S. Cellular Field in Chicago, Illinois. (Photo by David Banks/Getty Images)
Happy Birthday, America!
Minnesota Twins mascot TC Bear gets into the spirt of the July 4 holiday with an Uncle Sam look at Target Field in Minneapolis.
Pirates fan Ed Sweeney waves a Bennington flag, which symbolizes the original 13 American colonies.
A fan waves a miniature US flag given out at Minute Maid Park in Houston during the Astros' July 4 game against the Tampa Bay Rays.
Eyes of America
New York catcher John Buck sports USA eye strips and a red, white and blue necklace during the Mets' game with the Arizona Diamondbacks at Citi Field.
A fan holds up an American flag during a game between the Red Sox and the San Diego Padres at Fenway Park in Boston.
Several players, coaches and managers wore red, white and blue necklaces on July 4. Oakland's Coco Crisp (left) and Kansas City's Salvador Perez were just two of the many who did.
This unidentified Philadelphia player wears his pants high enough so fans can see the famous Liberty Bell on his red stirrups. The Bell, an iconic symbol of American independence, isn't just worn by the Phillies on the Fourth, it's been part of their uniforms for some time now.
White Sox fan Joey Svec is obviously proud to be an American on July 4 at US Cellular Field in Chicago.
Baseball celebrates July 4 with special hats on Independence Day. Here, the 'W' on the Washington Nationals hat features red, white and blue with stars.
Stars and stripes
American flags are on display at Minute Maid Park on July 4, in Houston, Texas.
Thank you, veterans!
Major League Baseball used bases honoring the country's veterans on July 4.
Red Sox players stand during the national anthem as a large American flag is displayed in front of the Green Monster at Fenway Park.
Wearing with pride
An Astros fan dons his ballpark promotional US flag on the back of his cap.
Field of dreams
The Washington Nationals display a large American flag in the shape of the United States before their game with the Milwaukee Brewers at Nationals Park on July 4.
Donning a red, white and blue hat, Bob Behravan takes pictures as the Los Angeles Angels take batting practice before a home game against the St. Louis Cardinals.
High-5's on the 4th
Jayson Werth (28) and the Washington Nationals enjoy their 8-5 victory over the Milwaukee Brewers at Nationals Park.
North of the border
Center fielder Colby Rasmus and the Toronto Blue Jays didn't wear the red, white and blue hats like the US teams, but they did sport a unique cap for Canada.