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What player had the most uniforms for one team


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Basically, like the thread title said, which player has had the most different uniforms with one team? At first I thought it may be Edgar Martinez mainly because during 90s, the Mariners tried a new alt every year, but I think there may be someone more: Bagwell and Biggio with the Astros.

Let's go head to head:

Martinez:

Late 80s M's jersies (2 -- home and away)

Early 90s (2)

Dark blue alt (home)

Teal alt (home)

Dark blue alt (away)

White vest

Grey vest

Blue vest (not sure about this)

Seattle Rainiers throw back

Seattle Pilots throw back

86 Mariners throw back

79 Mariners throw back (I think they were both home)

Two turn ahead the clock unis

So 15 off of the top of my head.

Bags and Bigs:

Late 80s Stros (2)

Early 90s (2)

Early 90s alt - dark blue

2000s uniforms (2)

red alt home

red alt away

black alt home

black alt away

white alt home

white alt star/Texas

Rainbow alts

Colt 45s alts

Shooting star alts

Turn ahead the clock

I count 17 off the top of my head.

Who would have more? Maybe Tim Salmon of the Angels? Certainly no one in the NBA, NFL or NHL.

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I'll try a football one:

Troy Brown

1. 1993 Pats home

2. 1993 Pats Road

3. 1994 Pats home

4. 1994 Pats road

5. 1994 Pats throwback

6. 1995-99 Pats home

7. 1995-99 Pats road

8. 2000-present Pats home

9. 2000-present Pats road

10. 2002 Pats Thanksgiving throwback

11. 2003-present Pats silver alternate

and just some anecdotal info...Troy Brown first wore #6 in his rookie training camp, then switched to #80 during the season...and wore #86 during the 1994 season, before he went back permanently to #80...we may soon see him in a new number in 2005 if he switches to cornerback full-time...

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How about two NBA ones?

Reggie Miller

1. Rookie year white

2. Rookie year blue

3. Flo-Jo designed white

4. Flo-Jo designed blue

5. Current pinstripe white

6. Current pinstripe blue

7. Current pinstripe yelloe

8. ABA throwback

9. 04-05 throwback (looks like the rookie year blue but not exactly the same)

Allen Iverson

1) Rookie year white

2) Rookie year red

3) Rookie year blue PHILA throwback

4) 97-00 white (SIXERS in gold, narrow shoulders)

5) 97-00 black (SIXERS in gold, narrow shoulders)

6) 2000-present white (SIXERS in black, wide shoulders)

7) 2000-present black (SIXERS in white, wide shoulders)

8) 2000-present blue

9) 1983 throwback red

10) 1966 throwback white (PHILA underneath the number)

11) 1955 throwback red (Syracuse nationals)

Not sure if all star game jerseys count, but if they do, 12) would be the #6 jersey he wore in the 2002 ASG. That was the last year that players wore team jerseys in the game, as opposed to specific ASG uniforms, which were revived in 2003.

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I always figured Carlos Delgado was a front runner with the Blue Jays.

1993 - 1996 Home

1993 - 1996 Road

1994 - 1996 Blue Alternate

1996 Canada Day Jersey

1997 - 2000 Home

1997 - 2000 Road

1997 - 2000 Blue Alternate

1997 Blue Jays Unused Alternate*

1997 Canada Day Jersey

1998 Canada Day Jersey

1999 Canada Day Jersey

1999 Retro 1977 Roads at Minnesota

2000 Sleeveless White Alternate

2001 - 2002 Home

2001 - 2002 Road

2001 - 2002 Blue Alternate

2001 - 2002 Sleeveless Alternate

2002 Canada Day Jersey

2001 Retro 1977 Homes vs Chisox

2001 Negro Tribute Jersey - Chatham All-Stars at NY Mets

2002 Negro Tribute Jersey - Chatham All-Stars vs Boston

2002 Canada Day Jersey

2003 Home

2003 Road

2003 Blue Alternate

2003 Sleeveless Alternate

2004 Home

2004 Road

2004 Black Alternate

*-does it count? he was the only one modelling it in the pic

That's 29, Carlos trumps the Astro Twins

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I always figured Carlos Delgado was a front runner with the Blue Jays.

1993 - 1996 Home

1993 - 1996 Road

1994 - 1996 Blue Alternate

1996 Canada Day Jersey

1997 - 2000 Home

1997 - 2000 Road

1997 - 2000 Blue Alternate

1997 Blue Jays Unused Alternate*

1997 Canada Day Jersey

1998 Canada Day Jersey

1999 Canada Day Jersey

1999 Retro 1977 Roads at Minnesota

2000 Sleeveless White Alternate

2001 - 2002 Home

2001 - 2002 Road

2001 - 2002 Blue Alternate

2001 - 2002 Sleeveless Alternate

2002 Canada Day Jersey

2001 Retro 1977 Homes vs Chisox

2001 Negro Tribute Jersey - Chatham All-Stars at NY Mets

2002 Negro Tribute Jersey - Chatham All-Stars vs Boston

2002 Canada Day Jersey

2003 Home

2003 Road

2003 Blue Alternate

2003 Sleeveless Alternate

2004 Home

2004 Road

2004 Black Alternate

*-does it count? he was the only one modelling it in the pic

That's 29, Carlos trumps the Astro Twins

i can see why he left. :blink::wacko: he was having a fashion crisis

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Heres on Bobo Newsom, A pitcher who switched teams 15 times from 1929-1953

1929 - Brooklyn - Home/Road

1930 - Brooklyn - Different Road Jerseys

1932 - Chicago NL - Home/Road ( Not sure what variation of cubs jerseys he wore)

1934 - 1935 - St Louis AL - Home/Road

1935 - Washington - Home/Road

1936 - 1937 - Washington - Home/Road

1937 - Boston AL Home/Road

1938 - St Louis AL - Home/Road

1939 - St Louis AL - Home/Road

1939 - 1941 - Detroit - Home/Road

1942 - 1943 Brooklyn - Home/Road

1943 - St Louis AL - Home/Road

1943 - Washington - Home/Road

1944 - 1946 - Philadelphia AL - Home/Road

1947 - Washington - Same as 1943

1947 - New York AL - Home/Road

1948 - New York NL - Home Road

1952 - Washington - Home/Road

1952 - 1953 - Philadelphia AL - Home/Road

I hope I got all of these correct. He wore something like 33-37 different uniforms.

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Heres on Bobo Newsom, A pitcher who switched teams 15 times from 1929-1953

1929 - Brooklyn - Home/Road

1930 - Brooklyn - Different Road Jerseys

1932 - Chicago NL - Home/Road ( Not sure what variation of cubs jerseys he wore)

1934 - 1935 - St Louis AL - Home/Road

1935 - Washington - Home/Road

1936 - 1937 - Washington - Home/Road

1937 - Boston AL Home/Road

1938 - St Louis AL - Home/Road

1939 - St Louis AL - Home/Road

1939 - 1941 - Detroit - Home/Road

1942 - 1943 Brooklyn - Home/Road

1943 - St Louis AL - Home/Road

1943 - Washington - Home/Road

1944 - 1946 - Philadelphia AL - Home/Road

1947 - Washington - Same as 1943

1947 - New York AL - Home/Road

1948 - New York NL - Home Road

1952 - Washington - Home/Road

1952 - 1953 - Philadelphia AL - Home/Road

I hope I got all of these correct. He wore something like 33-37 different uniforms.

Too bad you forgot to read the topic title "What player had the most uniforms for one team" ;):)

Anyways, here's my quick collage of a few different Delgado Jays Jerseys

delgado.jpg

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1997 Blue Jays Unused Alternate*

2000 Sleeveless White Alternate

Ca 't remember any of those two. Any pics?

I got pics SOMEWHERE but nothing on the computer.

1997 Unused was sleeveless navy blue vest with teal undershirt, BLUEJAYS across the chest in teal, numbers also in teal.

2000 Alternate was a sleeveless white vest with a navy blue undershirt, BLUEJAYS across the front in LIGHT BLUE split lettering with navy blue as the inner colour of the letters and numbers, the Blue Jays logo on the front of the jersey underneath the script (it looked terrible!)

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1997 Unused was sleeveless navy blue vest with teal undershirt, BLUEJAYS across the chest in teal, numbers also in teal.

2000 Alternate was a sleeveless white vest with a navy blue undershirt, BLUEJAYS across the front in LIGHT BLUE split lettering with navy blue as the inner colour of the letters and numbers, the Blue Jays logo on the front of the jersey underneath the script (it looked terrible!)

Thanks CC. I can see why the 1997 Alt was unused :puke: and the 200 alt had a short shelf life. I'll try to google the pics.

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