Toronto Blue Jays: Top 5 Uniforms in Team History
#2: World Series Home Uniform (1989-1993)
It’s hard to argue that this era wasn’t the peak of Blue Jays hype. Star-studded rosters, back-to-back World Series wins, and incredible uniforms. This look defined a generation of Blue Jays and their fans and continues to inspire looks even today.
You start with the hat. The logo is placed on a white panel to go with a royal blue back and brim. The white panel front is something I wish was in the regular usage of Blue Jays hats today, as it was such a clean and fitting look during games at the Skydome in the 90s. Accompanied was the logo, a tri-coloured work of art. The royal and baby blue on the bird contrasts perfectly, while the red maple leaf fits right in. This is truly a timeless look.
The jersey itself makes use of these same colours, while also employing the classic ‘Blue Jays’ in a unique front across the front. Between the logo, the font, and the multi-colour sleeve ends, there isn’t a single gripe about this jersey.
Lastly, the pants provide suitable support to the rest of the ensemble. The only support needed is the two coloured piping, that being royal and baby blue. This is a combination that would bode well if seen more frequently on the jerseys of today.
All that being said, this is a great look, and I feel is subtly underappreciated in Blue Jays fandom.