10 MLB Teams That Need to Get New Uniforms
With the Major League Baseball season winding down, two questions are on everyone's mind.
First, who will win the World Series?
Second, which teams need to get new uniforms?
Well, luckily for those clamoring for an answer to the latter, you're in luck.
Let's check out these 10 MLB teams who need some new duds.
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The Rockies sport three solid uniforms, but that's simply too much purple for one shirt.
Stick with the more standard options, Colorado.
San Diego Padres
I understand the support for the troops.
But they should wear a pin or a patch...not full camo garb on a baseball diamond.
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The Braves' home uniforms? Classic.
Their road unis? Timeless.
This navy blue nonsense, however, needs to go.
San Francisco Giants
Orange in that much quanitity is never a good thing.
New York Mets
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Only one New York team needs to wear pinstripes, and I think we all know who that should be.
The Mets' other home uniforms are more than suitable.
Get rid of these, lesser New York team.
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I've never been a huge fan of the Marlins' uniforms.
They need to do something to spice up the culture down there and put some fans in the stands.
A new uniform/logo definitely couldn't hurt.
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The Twins need to abandon this throwback-esque look and pick up their unis from the early '90s with big block red lettering.
The Kirby Puckett uniforms.
Better not stay on this slide for too long...we wouldn't want anyone's eyes to start hurting.
Move along, everyone. Nothing to see here.
Arizona Diamondbacks/Houston Astros/
Truthfully, I could have picked any one of two teams here.
The Astros and Diamondbacks both have all red uniforms, and while that's fine in doses, there's just too much of it from Houston to Phoenix.
The one team whose all reds I like are the soon-to-be World Series Champion Arizona Diamondbacks.
Tampa Bay Rays
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We can all agree that this is definitely a step up from their rainbow unis from years past, but I greatly prefer their dark blue tops to this "Columbia blue."
Regardless of what they're wearing, the Rays made a powerful statement in 2011.