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St. Louis Cardinals Uniform History 1962-1997
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1962-70

The Cards become the first NL team to use names on back. Front numbers added as well.

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A new red cap introduced for home games in 1964.

Navy cap dropped as the red cap is worn home and away starting in 1965.

NOB missing.

1971-75

Double knits arrive. The Cards adopt the pullover style. The road jersey is a very light grey.

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Jerseys now have tails instead of a straight cut.

1976-78

Road jersey follows the powder blue trend.

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NL Centennial sleeve patch on 1976 jerseys.

1979-80

Numbers moved from front to sleeves.

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1981-84

Numbers return to front, sleeve numbers removed.

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1985-88

Road jersey returns to grey.

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1989-91

NOB now on nameplates.

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1992-97

Button-downs return. Sleeve cuffs and collar trim dropped. Road cap returns to navy.

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100th anniversary sleeve patch worn in 1992 on both sets.

Ozzie Smith had flat-hemmed jerseys made which he used in games and sold through his marketing company.

Jackie Robinson patch worn in 1997.



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