Baseball uniforms are the first uniforms worn by baseball players. Most baseball uniforms have the number and the wearer’s name attached to the shirt, usually on the back, to identify the different players. Baseball uniforms have different colors and logos to identify their teams, as well as to identify the players and ball certificates of the two teams. On April 4, 1849, the New York Knickerbockers Baseball Club became the first team to have a baseball uniform. The baseball uniform at the time consisted of blue woolen trousers with a white flannel top and straw hat. As a result, the ethos of uniforms spread rapidly, and all Major League Baseball teams had uniforms before 1900.
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