New York Mets Uniform History 2009-present
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Road black "NEW YORK" jersey dropped, black "Mets" jersey now the alternate both home and road.


Citi Field inaugural season patch worn at home in 2009.


The all-white jersey becomes the main home jersey, now worn mainly with the all-blue cap and blue accessories (but still on occasion with the black/blue cap and black accessories). Home pinstripe jersey changes to cream and again is relegated to home alternate.



Pinstriped jersey becomes the main home jersey. Sleeve patch modified for 50th anniversary. Black drop shadow is eliminated and lettering material returns to solid orange and blue, as the zig-zag pattern is discontinued on every jersey except the black alternate which is worn just twice. Black crown/blue visor cap dropped.



New home and road alternates debut, along with a blue crown/orange visor cap. Sleeve patch modified again for 2013 All Star game. Black "Mets" jersey is dropped, though it still was an official alternate.



Camo jersey is introduced for regular military appreciation dates. "Mets" sleeve patch returns, plus Mr. Met added to blue alternates.



Solid white jersey is dropped. Pinstriped jersey changes back from cream to white. New high tech cap introduced for use with blue road alternate.



Camo jersey is dropped. 1986 throwback introduced and worn weekly to commemorate the 1986 World Series team, along with a lighter blue shade cap. Flex Base jerseys debut.



The traditional sleeve patch replaces Mr. Met on both alternate jerseys. Home alternate cap visor changes to blue.


Return to New York Mets 1962-1996

Return to New York Mets 1997-2008


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