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Worse baseball uniforms: Turn Ahead the Clock or White Sox shorts?

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Could shorts and/or collared shirts technically still be worn in today's MLB?

the indians wore collared uniforms last season for a game

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Okay, I don't follow baseball very much, and I wasn't around to see the Sox in shorts anyways, so reading that Chicago wore shorts comes as a shock to me. I was aware of TATC, and someone said they were only done for money. That's exactly it, they didn't set out to make a nice jersey, whereas the Sox did, and failed(I've pulled up a picture of these uniforms. Man, these sucked). That's why TATC isn't as bad, in my opinion.

The rainbow Astros uniforms aren't bad, in my opinion. I know that's an unpopular opinion, obviously, but I do like them.

Another unpopular opinion is that I like the flannel jerseys.

Actually, I believe flannels are popular. It's just that nobody has enough money to buy one.

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TATC was intentionally bad.

Shorts were intended to be good, but ended up bad.

Shorts were worse.

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Turn-ahead-the-clock-Rockies.jpg

Best uniforms ever worn by the Rockies.

Hahaha, I knew I wasn't the only one who thought that!

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According to The Boss, the Yankees had the best turn ahead the clock uniforms. So I have to say the shorts were worse.

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This jersey wasnt terrible

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The backwards hat just completes the horrible look.

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This jersey wasnt terrible

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The backwards hat just completes the look.

it "wasn't terrible" for the seeing impaired maybe.

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I saw both in person, and the turn ahead the clock uniforms were actually in my store. The Chicago White Sox Shorts are quite possibly the worst uniform combo ever.. so hands down the Shorts.

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Okay, I don't follow baseball very much, and I wasn't around to see the Sox in shorts anyways, so reading that Chicago wore shorts comes as a shock to me. I was aware of TATC, and someone said they were only done for money. That's exactly it, they didn't set out to make a nice jersey, whereas the Sox did, and failed(I've pulled up a picture of these uniforms. Man, these sucked). That's why TATC isn't as bad, in my opinion.

The rainbow Astros uniforms aren't bad, in my opinion. I know that's an unpopular opinion, obviously, but I do like them.

Another unpopular opinion is that I like the flannel jerseys.

Yeah this is actually how i feel. The TATCs were designed to be "out there" they weren't trying to design a uniform for everyday use. Despite them looking like something out of Design Junkie's portfolio, they actually seemed to achieve what they were trying to achieve.

The shorts were just a bad idea that were supposed to be a legitmate idea. They failed at achieving what they were trying to achieve.

I'd rather be seen playing baseball in the TATCs than the shorts.

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Okay, I don't follow baseball very much, and I wasn't around to see the Sox in shorts anyways, so reading that Chicago wore shorts comes as a shock to me. I was aware of TATC, and someone said they were only done for money. That's exactly it, they didn't set out to make a nice jersey, whereas the Sox did, and failed(I've pulled up a picture of these uniforms. Man, these sucked). That's why TATC isn't as bad, in my opinion.

The rainbow Astros uniforms aren't bad, in my opinion. I know that's an unpopular opinion, obviously, but I do like them.

Another unpopular opinion is that I like the flannel jerseys.

Yeah this is actually how i feel. The TATCs were designed to be "out there" they weren't trying to design a uniform for everyday use. Despite them looking like something out of Design Junkie's portfolio, they actually seemed to achieve what they were trying to achieve.

The shorts were just a bad idea that were supposed to be a legitmate idea. They failed at achieving what they were trying to achieve.

I'd rather be seen playing baseball in the TATCs than the shorts.

ya my high school coach would make us do sliding drills if someone showed up in shorts to practice just to show them how stupid they were. and we had a fine gravel infield so it hurt a lot and would get scraped up if you had shorts.

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Kind of the opposite here, but it gave me an idea.

First day of high school football practise this year, one of my friends wore jeans in the middle of an August heat wave. The coaches didn't punish him, the heat was enough. He ended up quitting, but the guys who don't know him still recognize him as ''the pants kid''.

How bad would ankle-length pants look in the NFL?

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Kind of the opposite here, but it gave me an idea.

First day of high school football practise this year, one of my friends wore jeans in the middle of an August heat wave. The coaches didn't punish him, the heat was enough. He ended up quitting, but the guys who don't know him still recognize him as ''the pants kid''.

How bad would ankle-length pants look in the NFL?

look at the saints, ravens, and any other team that uses the "leotard look"

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No, not just the leotard look, I'm thinking worse; actual pants, without socks. It's like full sleeved jerseys in football or basketball instead of wearing sleeves underneath the jersey. But I do get your point.

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TATC gave us this...

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...so I'm going with the shorts.

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Kind of the opposite here, but it gave me an idea.

First day of high school football practise this year, one of my friends wore jeans in the middle of an August heat wave. The coaches didn't punish him, the heat was enough. He ended up quitting, but the guys who don't know him still recognize him as ''the pants kid''.

How bad would ankle-length pants look in the NFL?

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