‹trademark› a green cap worn by Australian Test cricketers, traditionally awarded to mark a player’s first appearance for the team
• he first donned the Baggy Green in the 1984 Boxing Day Test against the West Indies.
• Australians do not like losers, especially when they are wearing the treasured Baggy Green.
‹informal› an Australian Test cricketer
• with his talent, there’s no reason why he won’t join other Baggy Greens who have become household names over the years.