The Giants have worn names on the backs of their road jerseys since the 1960s. During the 1994 season, San Francisco unveiled new cream-colored home uniforms that do not have have names on the backs. In short, there are names on the road and no names at home.
The Giants stopped wearing names a few years back and the Red Sox don't wear names on their home jerseys
The New York Yankees, Boston Red Sox, and San Francisco Giants do not display their players' names on their home uniforms. While the Red Sox and Giants have their players' names on their away jerseys, the Yankees do not display them on their road jerseys.
No, because they play as a team. It is a team effort.
The colors date back to the Giants' final decade in New York. The franchise wore various colors through the years until 1947, when they settled for the now-familiar black and orange. When the Giants moved from New York to San Francisco after the 1957 season, the uniform colors were carried over. When they play home games in San Francisco, the Giants now wear cream-colored uniforms without player names on the backs.
Tree rex,Bouncer,Crusher,Thump back,Eye brawl,Ninjini,Swarm and Hot head
Navy uniforms are based on very old traditions that go clear back to the 18th century. The flap behind the neck of the dress uniforms is a throwback to the days when sailors sometimes put tar in their hair to guard against salt spray.
The zippers are on the back.
On April 18, 1960, all MLB players had uniforms with the names on the back.
honoring the older athletes
Because they were to lazy to improve the Football Jerseys back then....... LOL