Tampa Bay Rays Are Wearing The Most Swagged Out Throwback Uniforms This Season, And It’s Absolutely Glorious

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Oh man, I’ve gotta get me one of these bad boys.

The Tampa Bay Rays announced Feb. 16 what they plan on doing to celebrate their 25th anniversary season, which will include the team wearing a 25th anniversary jersey patch on the Rays‘ hat and jersey sleeves throughout the season. Here’s the best part: they’ll be wearing the most swagged out throwback uniforms from the days when they were known as the Devil Rays on opening day and at every Friday home game, according to a news release from the team.

The Rays will also launch their own Hall of Fame, where they will honor former players, managers, coaches, executives and broadcasters who made an impact with the franchise. The first members of the Rays’ Hall of Fame will be former players Wade Boggs and Carl Crawford, as well as former senior advisor Don Zimmer.

Now onto the uniforms … just check out these beauties:

I remember these from when I was a kid, so swagged out. I’ve totally gotta get me one of them. (RELATED: Deion Sanders Accomplishes Earth-Shattering Ticket Sale Increase For Colorado Buffaloes Football)

And by the way, check out how the 305’s very own Miami Marlins are bringing back their classics as well:

Looks like I’ll be doing some shopping very soon.