The Arizona Diamondbacks are ready to don some unique equipment for Major League Baseball's Players’ Weekend.

Returning for its second year, the special weekend allows players to really showcase their personalities. Jerseys worn during the August 24-26 weekend with feature players' nicknames.

Paul Goldschmidt's will have "Goldy" on the back, David Peralta will have "Freight Train," John Ryan Murphy is "Choir Boy," Andrew Chafin is "The Sheriff," Archie Bradley is "Hollywood, A.J. Pollock is "Pollo," Zack Greinke is... well, he's "Greinke."

But there's one player who is doing something never seen before in the league. There won't be a name on the back of his jersey. Instead, he'll have two emojis.

A box and a burger. Get it?

D-backs pitcher Brad Boxberger will be the first player to have emojis for his name on the back of his jersey, according to the team.

The game-worn Players' Weekend jerseys will be auctioned off for charity.

Something tells us "📦🍔" will have a popular one.