Literally nothing about Jerry Narron is flamboyant.A proud native of Goldsboro, N.C., the baseball lifer speaks thoughtfully in a baritone drawl, every word measured and delivered with care. The 60-year-old former manager of the Texas Rangers and Cincinnati Reds is the kind of guy who seems content to blend into the background in just about any setting.MORE: Worst MLB uniforms of all time: National LeagueAbout the only quirky aspect of the well-respected coach’s personality in the game is a decidedly un-baseball skill: calligraphy, which he has long employed to create the most attractive lineup cards in the game.So it was something of a departure when Narron reported for his new job as manager of the Triple-A Reno Aces on Wednesday in a jacket that would not be described as understated.”I’m wearing this Aces jacket because I’m a believer in actions speak louder than words. I’m all in on the Aces.” – Jerry Narron Reno Aces (@Aces) January 4, 2017What an incredible suit by the new Manager of the @Aces – Jerry Narron! He is all in for Reno! Andy Smith (@AndySmith011) January 4, 2017If that isn’t an ironclad argument for a return to managers wearing more formal Evan Longoria Jersey attire in the dugout, a la Connie Mack, we don’t know what is.

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