Look good, play good. That's the motto of a baseball player from time to time, and that rings true if your uniform looks like it came straight out of a Nike catalog, swag and all.
Though uniforms are more indicative of the team that they represent, sometimes the unis can go to a new level, and produce a character of their own, allowing the fan base to instantly recognize what a team said article of clothing is made to represent.
D3 Baseball may not have many household looks, but after taking a look at our list of best uniforms in the game, maybe even the great combinations the Oregon Ducks have will start to float to the periphery, as D3 takes over your predeterminations about aesthetically pleasing uniforms.
Make sure you vote for your favorite one as well, or click 'other' to submit your own choice. It's up to you to decide who has the best uniforms in D3 Baseball. Polls close Thursday, March 2, at noon Pacific.
Baseball teams usually go with three jerseys: one home, one road, and one alternate that they can intertwine pieces to create different looks for different games. Well, the Giants took this concept a few steps further, with six different individual uniforms, and a total of 54 combinations when combining shirts, pants, and hats.
What stands out most from the above picture is the incorporation of the Giants font used by the San Francisco Giants. The cursive signature look stands out on an orange jersey that could pool over the accent pieces, but is perfectly combined with a classic look. The classic cream jerseys are also a stand out, and give a soft tone that harkens back to the days of old when the Giants were a New York ball club (look it up kids).
The national runner-up in 2016, Keystone has become a fixture at the D3 national stage, and they are definitely recognizable in what might be the best uniform combo in the division.
Geniuses can dress sharp too, as seen with the Engineer baseball team, in a classic two-piece rotation that features both a white and grey ensemble.
What makes these rather simplistic combinations stand out is the use of a futuristic writing style, and the numbers at the bottom right corner of the chest. The added lines in the back of the pants also bring a little bit of dimension to what could be characterized as rather bland in some eyes.
Well, those eyes aren't present here, as MIT sports some of the best uniform pieces in D3.
As a fan of the Major League's Pittsburgh Pirates, these uniforms speak straight to my heart with their nod to the Pirates font that has been popularized throughout the years, especially during the Roberto Clemente-era.
Where the Pirates of Southwestern take the game even further is with what I would call their alternate jerseys, almost a mixture of the Pirates jerseys and the "Tequila Sunrise" era from the Houston Astros. The colors flow without causing too much of a headache as yellow sometimes can, and the use of all other accent pieces make the uniform work very well.
While you may not be as big a fan of the Pittsburgh Pirates as I am, there may be no denying these uniforms ooze of swag when it comes to the baseball field.
Cal Lutheran Athletics
The vest style of jerseys may not be as prevalent during its hey day in the mid-2000's, but that does not mean it looks any less gorgeous when utilized properly. Such is the case with Cal Lutheran, who combine their purple and yellow color scheme with a white vest to produce a stunning presentation on the field.
The Kingsmen also have a traditional purple offering, as well as black, but it is their vest option that steals the show. In the California heat, I can only imagine how the added ventilation comes in handy when on the pitching mound in a tight situation. I guess you could say this combo comes in as both pleasing to the eye and useful for everyday attire.
In a crowded Western region in D3, Lutheran may not be a team you hear about a lot, but they will definitely catch your eye with their swaggy uniforms.
Now it's your turn to decide: Which D3 Baseball team has the best uniforms? Don't forget, polls close Thursday, March 2, at noon Pacific.