Ranking the San Francisco Giants’ Uniforms

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5. Standard Road (Away) Uniform

Aug 22, 2015; Pittsburgh, PA, USA; San Francisco Giants third baseman

Matt Duffy

(5) celebrates with shortstop

Brandon Crawford

(R) after scoring on a wild pitch against the Pittsburgh Pirates during the eighth inning at PNC Park. The Pirates won 3-2. Mandatory Credit: Charles LeClaire-USA TODAY Sports

The Giants standard road uniforms are anything but flashy, but add a solid look to a lineup of great uniforms. There isn’t a single bad jersey worn by the team these days, but out of all the jerseys, I’d say this is the least memorable.

It’s a simple concoction: gray jersey with San Francisco emblazoned on the chest in black with orange outline, black lines down the front, and orange trim on the bottom of the sleeves. The standard patch of the Giants baseball logo is on the left sleeve, and the World Series 2014 Champions patch is on the right.

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  • Also on the right sleeve, above the Champions patch, is a small round patch that reads “Lon”. This is honoring the memory of legendary Bay Area broadcaster Lon Simmons, who passed away earlier this season. The patch will be worn by the Giants for the remainder of 2015. A black belt and matching gray pants round out a basic road uniform for the Giants and quite a few other MLB teams.

    This exact jersey has been worn by the Giants since 2012. Prior to that, the uniforms did not have the black piping, or headspoon, all the way down the front and around the MLB logo on the back. This tiny tweak is one of the best examples of a small change making a large impact. The jerseys are vastly less boring and dull now that they have the black-piping across the front.

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