2. Original powder blues (1977)
The Blue Jays were not very good in 1977, but they did rock some all-time classic uniforms.
The only jerseys to feature the city’s name on the front at the time, these powder blue beauties were used as the team’s primary road look.
In keeping with the era, this jersey didn’t feature buttons, and was part of a monochromatic look, with matching powder blue pants completing the outfit.
The cap that went along with these threads deserves some love too. It featured two white panels on the front, and a dark blue on the back that matched with the hints of dark blue on the sleeves and collar of the jersey.
While the team did win only 54 games in its inaugural season in the majors, these uniforms have proven timeless. The white panelled hat made a return in 2017, and the powder blues made a comeback in 2020 (more on this remake later.)
Overall, this uniform provided the poppy start that an expansion team needs to grab both attention and market share, and has remained relevant to this day.