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Jerseys

Here you can find detailed information about all jerseys worn by the Diamondbacks.  I have arranged them in the order that they were introduced.  Slight changes were made to many of them, such as changes to number colors, but if they basic style of the jersey stayed the same, I have grouped them all together as one.  To date, 13 different jerseys have been worn during regular season games, plus 5 different batting practice jerseys.  Click on any photo to see more information, including game photos and which caps each jersey was paired with.

Jersey Year(s) Home/Road Front Numbers Back Numbers Player Names Manufacturer
1998-2000 Home Purple/Teal Purple/White/Teal Teal/Purple Russell, Rawlings
1998-2000 Road Teal/White Teal/White/Purple Purple/White Russell, Rawlings
1998-2006 Home Alternate None Purple/White/Teal Teal/Purple Russell, Rawlings, Majestic
1998-2002 Home & Road Alternate Teal/Gold
Gold/White
Teal/Gold/White
Gold/Teal/White
Teal/White
Gold/Whites
Russell, Rawlings
1998-2000 Home & Road Alternate None Teal/White/Purple Purple/White Russell, Rawlings
1999 (2 games) Home & Road
Turn Ahead the Clock
None Gold/Teal/White Gold/Teal/White Russell
2001-2006 Home None Purple/White/Teal Teal/Purple Rawlings, Majestic
2001-2006 Road None Purple/White/Gold/Black Drop Shadow  Purple/White Rawlings, Majestic
2001-2006 Home & Road Alternate None Purple/White/Gold Purple/White Rawlings/Majestic
2007- Home None Black/Red Red/Black Majestic
2007- Road None Black/Red Red/Black
Majestic
2007- Home & Road Alternate None Tan/Black
Black/Tan
Black/Tan
Tan/Black
Majestic
2007- Home Alternate None Red/Tan Tan/Red Majestic
2008- Los D-Backs Hispanic Heritage Night None Red/Tan Tan/Red Majestic

Batting Practice Jerseys

Jersey Year(s) Back Numbers Player Names Manufacturer
1998 Teal/White/Purple Purple/White Majestics
1999-2000 Teal/White/Purple Purple/White Majestic
2001-2002 Teal/White/Purple Purple/White Majestic
2003-2006 Teal/White/Purple Purple/White Majestic
2007-2010 Tan/Black
Black/Tan
Black/Tan
Tan/Black
Majestic
2011- Black/Tan Tan/Black Majestic

White vs. Cream

Were the home "whites" actually white?  It is hard to tell from most pictures, but from the beginning the Diamondbacks used a slightly off white, cream color.  This was often used back in the flannel uniform days, prior to the 1970's, but they were the first to bring back the old tradition.  The Giants would follow a few years later, using much more of a yellowish tint.  I have a few authentic jerseys, and it seems like the cream became closer to white once Majestic took over in 2003, but the early jerseys definately were not white when compared to other teams' jerseys of the time.  With the change in 2007, cream was no longer used, as standard white took over.

Another way of noticing the tint of their jerseys is during All Star games where the National League teams wear their home uniforms.  It is less noticable in some pictures, but often times there is a clear difference.

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2004


Home White, Purple Pinstripes

Years Worn 1998-2000
Front Numbers Purple/Teal
Back Numbers Purple/White/Teal
Player Name Teal/Purple
Sleeve Patch Inaugural (1998, Left); Snake logo (1999-2000, Left)
Manufacturer Russell (1998-1999); Rawlings (2000)
Notes MLB logo added to back collar in 2000

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Road Gray, Purple Pinstripes

Years Worn 1998-2000
Front Numbers Teal/Purple
Back Numbers Teal/White/Purple
Player Name Purple/White
Sleeve Patch Inaugural (1998, Left); Snake logo (1999-2000, Left)
Manufacturer Russell (1998-1999); Rawlings (2000)
Notes Worn with teal billed cap 1998, all black cap 1999-2000
MLB logo added to back collar in 2000

Home Alternate Vest, Purple Pinstripes

Years Worn 1998-2006
Front Numbers None
Back Numbers Purple/White/Teal
Player Name Teal/Purple
Sleeve Patch Inaugural (1998, Left); Snake logo (1999-2002, Left)
Manufacturer Russell (1998-1999); Rawlings (2000-2002); Majestic (2003-2006)
Notes

Russell logo on back collar 1998-1999
MLB logo added to back collar in 2000
Rawlings logo on most undershirts 2000-2002
Majestic logo on most undershirts 2003-2004, jersey shoulder 2005-2006
Officially an alternate jersey, though worn more often than standard home jersey some years
White and teal caps worn sparingly in 1998, all other years with purple only
Always worn with purple undershirt

Home and Road Alternate Purple

Years Worn 1998-2002
Front Numbers Teal/Gold/White (1998), Gold/White (1999-2002)
Back Numbers Teal/Gold/White (1998), Gold/Teal/White (1999-2002)
Player Name Teal/White (1998), Gold/White (1999-2002)
Sleeve Patch Inaugural (1998, Left); Snake logo (1999-2002, Left)
Manufacturer Russell (1998-1999); Rawlings (2000-2002)
Notes Worn for all Spring Training games 1998-2002 except for 2000 road games
MLB logo added to back collar in 2000

Home and Road Alternate Black

Years Worn 1998-2000
Front Numbers None
Back Numbers Teal/White/Purple
Player Name Purple/White
Sleeve Patch Inaugural (1998, Left); Snake logo (1999-2000, Left)
Manufacturer Russell (1998-1999); Rawlings (2000)
Notes Worn during road games 1998-2000, with the occasional home game as well
Worn with teal billed cap in 1998, all black cap 1999-2000
MLB logo added to back collar in 2000s

Home and Road Alternate, Turn Ahead the Clock Night

Years Worn 1999 - Augst 20th (road), September 11th (home)
Front Numbers None
Back Numbers Gold/Teal/White
Player Name Gold/Teal/White (sideways down the jersey)
Sleeve Patch None
Manufacturer Russell
Notes Worn as part of an MLB promotion

Home White, Purple Pinstripes

Years Worn 2001-2006
Front Numbers None
Back Numbers Purple/White/Teal
Player Name Teal/Purple
Sleeve Patch Snake logo (Left)
Manufacturer Rawlings (2001-2002); Majestic (2003-2006)
Notes Officially the home jersey, though worn less frequently than the alternate vests some years

Road Gray Vest, Black Pinstripes

Years Worn 2001-2006
Front Numbers None
Back Numbers Purple/White/Gold/Black Drop Shadow
Player Name Purple/White
Sleeve Patch Snake logo (2001-2002, Left)
Manufacturer Rawlings (2001-2002); Majestic (2003-2006)
Notes Rawlings logo on most undershirts 2001-2002
Majestic logo on most undershirts 2003-2004, jersey shoulder 2005-2006
Always worn with black undershirt

Home and Road Alternate Black

Years Worn 2001-2006
Front Numbers None
Back Numbers Purple/White/Gold
Player Name Purple/White
Sleeve Patch Snake logo (Left)
Manufacturer Rawlings (2001-2002); Majestic (2003-2006)
Notes Worn almost exclusively on the road, only once for sure at home in 2001

Home White

Years Worn 2007-
Front Numbers None
Back Numbers Black/Red
Player Name Red/Black
Sleeve Patch DB snake (Left); 10th Anniversary (2008, Right)
Manufacturer Majestic
Notes Snake sleeve patch altered slightly in 2008

Road Gray

Years Worn 2007-
Front Numbers None
Back Numbers Black/Red
Player Name Red/Black
Sleeve Patch DB snake (Left); 10th Anniversary (2008, Right)
Manufacturer Majestic
Notes Snake sleeve patch altered slightly in 2008

Home and Road Alternate Red

Years Worn 2007-
Front Numbers None
Back Numbers Tan/Black (2007); Black/Tan (2008-)
Player Name Black/Tan (2007); Tan/Black (2008-)
Sleeve Patch DB snake (Left); 10th Anniversary (2008, Right)
Manufacturer Majestic
Notes Worn for all Tuesday and Sunday games
Snake sleeve patch altered slightly in 2008

Home Alternate Black

Years Worn 2007-
Front Numbers None
Back Numbers Red/Tan
Player Name Tan/Red
Sleeve Patch DB snake (Left); 10th Anniversary (2008, Right)
Manufacturer Majestic
Notes Worn for all Saturday home gamess
Snake sleeve patch altered slightly in 2008

Los D-Backs Hispanic Heritage Night

Starting in 2008, the team celebrated Hispanic Heritage once a year with special jerseys that said "Los D-Backs" on them.  Other than the logo on the front, they were identical to the regular black alternates.


Batting Practice

Black "A" Logo

Years Worn 1998
Back Numbers Teal/White/Purple
Player Name Purple/White
Sleeve Patch Inaugural
Manufacturer Majestic
Notes I believe this jersey may have only been worn before road games, but more research is needed.  In the photo above, the jersey itself is authentic, but replica black lettering was applied to the back, which can be seen through the mesh.  All batting practice jerseys have used the same name and number fonts as the regular jerseys.

Black "Diamondbacks" Logo

Years Worn 1999(?)-2000 - Some sources list it being worn during 1998, but I have not found any photographic evidence
Back Numbers Teal/White/Purple
Player Name Purple/White
Sleeve Patch Inaugural (1998), Snake logo (1999-2000)
Manufacturer Majestic
Notes There appear to be several version of this jersey out there.  Some are full button up, some only have two buttons at the top.  The color of the logo also varies, as some have "Diamond" predominantly in purple and "Backs" mostly in teal.  Some have the colors swapped, while others have both in purple.  Either way, the back always looked the same, other than the addition of MLB patches to the back collar in 2000.

Black "D" Logo (1)

 

Years Worn 2001-2002
Back Numbers Teal/White/Purple
Player Name Purple/White
Sleeve Patch Snake logo
Manufacturer Majestic
Notes This was the first version with the "D" logo, which really only differed from the next version by the material and the subsequent elimination of the sleeve patch.

Black "D" Logo (2)

Years Worn 2003-2006
Back Numbers Teal/White/Purple
Player Name Purple/White
Sleeve Patch None
Manufacturer Majestic
Notes MLB made all teams wear the same template starting in 2003 and introduced a new thinner material used on both the jerseys and caps.  These jerseys were worn for all Spring Traning games starting in 2003, the first time the Diamondbacks had done so with a BP jersey.  These jerseys (but not the caps) were also worn during a regular season road game in 2005.

Red "D" Logo, Black/Tan Sides

Years Worn 2007-2010
Back Numbers Tan/Black (2007); Black/Tan (2008-2010)
Player Name Black/Tan (2007); Tan/Black (2008-2010)
Sleeve Patch None
Manufacturer Majestic
Notes Another new MLB template was introduced in 2007.  These jerseys were always worn for all Spring Traning games.

Red "D" Logo, Black Sides

Years Worn 2011-
Back Numbers Black/Tan
Player Name Tan/Black
Sleeve Patch None
Manufacturer Majestic
Notes A new template with options for colored areas.  Some teams used different colors for the side of the jersey and the inner sleeve.  There was also a panel on the back of the shoulders that could be colored, but the Diamondbacks chose to use solid red for the rest of the jersey.