Seattle Mariners Uniform History 1977-2006
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Seattle returns to the AL in 1997 after an eight year absence.


The Mariners jump on the pullover/powder blue bandwagon.

Wilson (home), W.A. Goodman & Sons (road)


Trim changes from white to gold. Road jersey sleeve cuffs and neck trim change.

Wilson (home), Rawlings (road)


Sleeve patch added.

Wilson (home), Rawlings (road)

Willie Horton had a 2-button jersey made just for himself.

Showing 2 different jerseys here.


Racing stripes replace sleeve cuffs and an additional blue trim is added around lettering. NOB is now on a nameplate. New cap design.

Rawlings (home), Wilson (road)


NOB now straight across instead of arched and has yellow trim. Some have nameplates, some don't.

Rawlings (home), Wilson (road)


NOB trim removed and letters are arched again.

Rawlings (home), Wilson (road)


Road jersey turns grey and the wordmark changes to "Mariners".


This one may be a spare used for 1987 spring training - it has no NOB nameplate.


Button-downs replace pullovers.



Russell Athletic (home, road), Rawlings (home alternate)

New owners, keeping the team from moving to Tampa, hold another "Season Opener" on July 16 with this alternate jersey.


New owners rebrand the team with a color change to navy, teal and silver.

Russell Athletic


Teal alternate introduced, along with a teal cap, which is only used at home.

Russell Athletic

MLB 125th anniversary patch worn in 1994.


On teal alternate, white lettering outline is dropped.

Russell Athletic

Negro League patch worn in 1995.

Teal alternate worn only at home now, mostly with home cap.


Teal alternate dropped. Instead the navy batting practice shirts are used as alternates on occasion. Plus, an alternate home vest joins the set, with another new cap.

Jackie Robinson and team 20th anniversary patches worn.

Russell Athletic (home, road, vest), Majestic (alternate)


The players liked the home vests so much, they cut the sleeves off one set of road jerseys. I don't have a jersey here (anyone have one?), but the Russell Athletic logo was missing because it was on the cutoff sleeve. Russell logo was on the back collar on home vests.

Teal billed cap is used less and less, the compass cap only once or twice.

Russell Athletic (home, road, vests), Majestic (alternate)


The road cut-off-sleeve vest doesn't return. To celebrate the move to Safeco Field, a new navy (almost black) alternate with piping and "Seattle" on the front debuts at the new home. Later, it's used on the road as well. The compass cap is not used.

Russell Athletic (home, road, vest, dark navy alternate), Majestic (alternate)


The former BP-turned-alternate jersey is dropped. The teal-billed cap is rarely used.

Russell Athletic


Home vest and dark navy alternate dropped. A new navy jersey, lighter in shade with "Mariners" across the front, introduced.

Russell Athletic

AL 100th anniversary and all star game patches worn on home & road jerseys; only the all star patch worn on alternate.

25th anniversary patch worn in 2002.


The alternate jersey is changed again, to a dark navy color and different number font. Teal-billed cap dropped.

Russell Athletic

Alternate jerseys worn only at home from 2004-06.


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