Pittsburgh Pirates according to Howie Rose on WFAN during broadcast of Mets Game vs. Pirates on 8/18/08. They apparently switched to the double knits when they started playing in Three Rivers Stadium mid-1970 season.
The New York Knickerbockers were the first team to wear baseball uniforms in 1849. The uniform consisted of blue pants, white shirts, and straw hats.
San Diego Padres
The Cincinnati Reds were the first MLB team to wear St. Patrick's Day uniforms, caps, and helmets, when they replaced the red in their uniforms with green during Spring Training in 1978. The second team to do it was the Boston Red Sox, but that didn't occur until 1990.
The socks that the St. Louis Cardinals wear are red with red, white, and blue stripes. The team's home uniforms are white and its away uniforms are cream-colored.
so they know who is on their team
yes because the Japanese was the first person to make uniforms so of course they still make them wear uniforms
No particular reason except that most all personnel performing law enforcement and jailer-type duties wear uniforms.
NBA players have to wear a uniform to be recognized as to what team they belong at. It would be harder to distinguish if a team is wearing different jerseys. It is also a pride of a team to have their own uniform.
A ' C' on a uniform, typically in hockey, stands for 'Captain' of the team.
none. no kids like to wear uniforms.
Uniforms are cheaper.