|The Ugliest Throwback Uniforms In MLB|
|Tuesday, 24 July 2012 00:26|
As one of the oldest sports betting online leagues in the world, the MLB has had many different uniforms for the teams of the past and present. On occasion, teams currently residing in the league will pay tribute to either past decades of their franchise, or past incarnations of their teams. For instance, the LA Dodgers will occasionally where Brooklyn Dodgers uniforms. However, for every nice retro uniform there are plenty of ugly ones. Today we’ll look at some of the ugliest uniforms in the MLB’s history.
Chicago White Sox 1976 – In 1976, then owner of the Chicago White Sox Bill Veeck wanted to see what the team’s uniforms with an alternative addition would look like. Rather then have a full white look or a full black look, Veeck chose to have his players where shorts. As a matter of fact, the White Sox retro look in 1976 was golf shirts with a black collar, black letters on the front, and black shorts. As many online horse betting enthusiasts can attest too, baseball and shorts are illogical. Opening your legs up to the risk of an injury by wearing shorts, quickly nixed the idea from the White Sox uniforms full time.
Houston Astros – Before new owner Jim Crane announced that the Astros would be honoring the Colt 45 gun company with their new pistol logo jerseys, they had one of the ugliest retro uniforms out there. Keeping their current Astros logo on the helmet, the betting software baseball team would use orange and yellow trim on the sleeves and on the stomach of the jersey just underneath the Astros letters. With Houston set to switch to the American League in 2013, one has to wonder if the Colt 45 logo will become a full time mantra of the club. The Houston Pistols sounds far more intimidating then the Houston Astros.
|Last Updated on Wednesday, 25 July 2012 00:57|