Some Little Leaguers in Akron, Ohio, are about to be the coolest kids on the field.

Rock duo The Black Keys has sponsored a team from their hometown and supplied them with awesome jerseys, TMZ reports.

Drummer Patrick Carney tweeted and posted a picture to Instragram of the team's new threads.

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(Credit: Instagram/officerpatrickcarney)

Photos posted to the West Akron Baseball & Softball League Facebook page make it look like the kids are happy with their new duds.

And as an added bonus, according to TMZ, Carney and bandmate Dan Auerbach also told the players to mail them the jerseys after the season to have them each autographed.

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(Credit: Facebook/West Akron Baseball & Softball League)

H/T Consequence Of Sound

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