If you have seen some rather ugly Major League Baseball uniforms in your lifetime, then sit back and relax while I give my take on the five ugliest Major League Baseball uniforms of all time.
5 - Chicago White Sox (1980s)
The White Sox have had some pretty nice uniforms during their existence, but imagine white jerseys and black pants. Oh brother! That is U-G-L-Y! I give the White Sox a lot of credit for making black jerseys and white pinstripe pants fashionable, but the white jersey/black pants combo was all in bad taste!
4 - Washington Redskins
Imagine a burgundy jersey/burgundy pants combo for a Monday Night game against the Pittsburgh Steelers. You have got to be kidding. That had to be the worst combo I had ever seen in my life. It's a good thing they're not wearing this combo when the 2010 exhibition season rolls around because it was so doggone ugly! Of course, Washington lost that game, 23-6.
3 - Baltimore Ravens
A purple jersey/white pants combo is fine with me, but picture the Ravens in black jerseys and black pants. Come on, you guys! What do you think it is, Halloween? I caught one of the Ravens games on TV and when I saw this color combo, I almost lost my lunch. Hey Ravens! Lose the black on black combo and get back to purple on white at home and whilte on white on the road.
2 - Philadelphia Eagles
Kelly green jerseys and white pants are nice, but when you see the Eagles wearing black jerseys and black pants, I think these guys are taking a page from the Baltimore Ravens book on ugly unis. Lose those unis and stick to kelly green and white.
1 - Jacksonville Jaguars
I have always thought that teal jerseys and white pants are a nice combo, but when it comes to teal jerseys and black pants, I say no way! In fact, I caught a Jaguars game on TV and saw them dressed in all black (jerseys and pants). That is when this longtime NFL fan says, drop the all black unis. What the heck is this, the Old West? Get back to fashion sense, Jacksonville, and stick to teal and white.
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