Remember the days when baseball teams had two uniforms — white at home and gray on the road? No? Well, they did. This season the Mets wore eight — count ’em, eight — uniforms. Five are part of their regular rotation, three were for special occasions. Here are photos of all of them, showing all the Mets jerseys, as well as their penchant for high fives.
We begin with the limited editions. This one celebrated Latino days at Citi Field.
This was a throwback jersey honoring the Negro Leagues. It also predicted this year’s World Series!
The awful, ugly camouflage uniforms worn on “Military Mondays” at Citi Field. A good cause, but poor execution.
Now to the regular jerseys. This is the classic — cream with pinstripes.
The home whites, unnecessary now that they have the pinstripes:
The alternate home blues. A fan favorite and definitely a good look.
However, the alternate road blues are not such a great look. The gray lettering just does not work, in my opinion. Let’s get rid of them and wear the home blues on the road as well.
Finally, another classic, the road grays.