New York Yankees Uniform

Unused Uniform (1973)

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Navy blue jersey with white pinstripes and white NY logo, an inverse of their existing home uniform -- reportedly proposed as a new road uniform for the 1973 season.

Image last updated on Tuesday, February 10, 2015

Notable Players of this era:

Graig Nettles

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An excerpt from the book "Now Pitching for the New York Yankees" by Marty Appel, former PR director of the Yankees: "In 1974 I walked into (then-General Manager) Gabe Paul's office to find samples of new Yankee road uniforms draped across his sofa. They were the opposite of the home pinstripes – they were navy blue with white pinstripes. The NY logo was in white. Gabe liked them. I nearly fainted. Although the drab gray road uniforms were not exciting, with the plain NEW YORK across the chest, they were just as much the Yankees' look as were the home uniforms. I think my dramatic disdain helped saved (sic) the day and saved the Yankees from wearing those awful pajamas on the field."



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