The Mets evidently need to hire a style consultant or at least a go-fer who can hail a cab. They forgot uniforms for Tom Wilson and Jose Parra for their crosstown double header with the Yanks yesterday.
The Mets wore their road grays for the first game:
In the second, they went to the alternate road blacks:
However, Wilson and Parra wore their alternate home blacks--Note the familiar/home-ish "Mets" in script:
They had many other options as well. The home whites with pinstripes:
Then there's the second alternate home whites without stripes:
Or the we-don't-know-where-the-hell-we-are orange jerseys:
Or the we're-just-in-it-for-the-money orange BP jerseys:
Or the hockey jersey:
Or the green St. Pat's jersey:
Or the old pullover blues:
Or the old pullover greys with white piping:
Or the old pullover greys without piping:
To quote John Franco by way of my friend Murray, "I bleed whatever our colors are."
Of course, the Yankees had but one choice:
That kinda tells you a lot about these two franchises, huh? And they say the Yankees are all about the money?