10. Minnesota Twins
I like the pin stripes on their home jerseys, and the navy blue and red go together very well on both tops.
9. Milwaukee Brewers
The colors are what make these jerseys as good as they are. The font that is used on the front of their jerseys is nothing unique, but it looks good.
8. Baltimore Orioles
A lot of teams have tried to pull off the orange and black look in sports (professional and collegiate), but the O’s own that look.
7. Cincinnati Reds
The thing with the Reds is that their logo has never really changed, and I like it a lot. I also like red and black together even though those are two prominent jersey colors throughout sports.
6. Detroit Tigers
The Tigers’ “D” logo is one of, if not the best, in baseball. It is a true classic logo. Their home jerseys have that old time, classic look to them that I love. The away jerseys aren’t bad either.
5. Chicago Cubs
The Cubs are one of the oldest teams in baseball to wear pin stripes. It is a very original, neat, classic look. Their alternate blue jerseys are great as well. The logo on the alternates is one of the better secondary logos in baseball.
4. Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim
I really like the font that they used on their jerseys. The colors are very attention-grabbing. The collars on their jerseys are different than just about every other team in baseball in that they have a trim color.
3. Pittsburgh Pirates
I love yellow and black together. The Pirates have been using those colors ever since day one, and for good reason. Their white home jerseys definitely have a throwback look to them, while their black ones also have a throwback look as well but with a modern logo.
2. St. Louis Cardinals
This is my favorite logo in the MLB. It hasn’t changed since they started using it decades and decades ago. Their color scheme is great as well.
1. New York Yankees
This is possibly the most recognizable logo in sports. Their home whites with the navy blue pin stripes are as classic that a jersey can get. Many players consider it the biggest honor in baseball to put on that jersey.