Toronto Blue Jays History

Toronto Blue Jays: Top 5 Uniforms in Team History

Evan Gignac
Philadelphia Phillies catcher Darren Daulton (L) walks off the field as members of the Toronto Blue Jays run out onto the field 23 October 1993 after Joe Carter hit a three-run home run in the bottom of the ninth inning to win game six of the 1993 World Series. (Photo by - / AFP) (Photo credit should read -/AFP via Getty Images)
Philadelphia Phillies catcher Darren Daulton (L) walks off the field as members of the Toronto Blue Jays run out onto the field 23 October 1993 after Joe Carter hit a three-run home run in the bottom of the ninth inning to win game six of the 1993 World Series. (Photo by - / AFP) (Photo credit should read -/AFP via Getty Images) /
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TORONTO, ONTARIO – OCTOBER 3: Vladimir Guerrero Jr. #27 of the Toronto Blue Jays smiles in break against the Baltimore Orioles during their MLB game at the Rogers Centre on October 3, 2021 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. (Photo by Mark Blinch/Getty Images) /

#1 New Blue Alternates (2020-Present)

This is what perfect looks like. This is the exact culmination of the best looks in Blue Jays history, inserted into one of the most talented cores in the city of Toronto as seen from their baseball team.

The hat introduces the colour navy into the fold. Instead of the royal and baby blue pairing we’ve seen in the past, baby blue is now contrasted with navy. This makes for a tasteful and unique look, unique in both Blue Jays and major league history. This shakeup works better than I would’ve first thought. The navy base and baby blue brim on the hat accompanies the unaltered logo very well.

The jersey, meanwhile, uses this contrast even better. The navy and white print, in that wonderful Blue Jays font, pop exceptionally well off of the baby blue. The ‘Blue Jays’ accompanied by the logo makes for one of the best jerseys in Major League Baseball.\

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The matching pants and socks do a great job as well. The navy and white piping accent perfectly and the navy socks finished the uniform with a look unlike any Jays’ uniform seen before. We’re fortunate to have gotten this look brought back to us, and we must cherish it for as long as we have it.

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