The Ever-Changing Padres Uniform

Serious question. I’m not sure how to phrase it. Here goes. Has there ever been a team in the history of Major League Baseball that has worn uniforms that were more different than these in a 3-game home stand? Awful wording there, but you get the point.


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5 Responses to The Ever-Changing Padres Uniform

  1. Dex says:

    I can’t see how it’s possible. There could be a tie. There aren’t any overlapping colors at all except white and black.

  2. Jerry says:

    And there’s a bonus for not wearing the regular home uniform.

    The bumblebee Pirates could also wear three different colors of pants, but the jerseys were similar enough that I’d say these Padres have them beat.

  3. Pete says:

    And they didn’t even break out the 1972 all-gold, with all-caps block-letter PADRES and all-brown caps. Or the 1998 pinstripe, with orange-shadowed blue PADRES in yet another style and interlocking white and orange S and D on the cap.


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