More details to come soon.
The New York Mets have unveiled their new 2018 MLB and NBA uniform designs, the first since the team adopted a more streamlined look in 2015.
The uniforms will be introduced at the end of the regular season, with the first set of uniform colors set to debut on Sept. 10.
The 2018 MLB uniforms were revealed by MLB Commissioner Rob Manfred at the 2018 Fan Expo in Las Vegas, the second of four major league events held this year.
“It’s always nice to have some of the most iconic uniforms in sports history on display,” Manfred said.
“They’ve captured the essence of what our game is all about.
Our fans love them and they represent what we stand for.”
The MLB teams also unveiled new jerseys featuring a nod to the World Series in 2018, with new design elements like the traditional red “L” of the Brooklyn Dodgers on the front and the white stripes of the New York Yankees.
The teams also debuted their new baseballs.
In addition to the New Jersey Devils, the San Francisco Giants and Minnesota Twins, the league has announced three new teams, the Philadelphia Phillies, Boston Red Sox and New York Giants, who are the only remaining teams that do not have a traditional MLB uniform.
The new uniform designs are inspired by a look that was adopted in the early 1990s, when MLB adopted the sport’s traditional logo, with its traditional stripes and star.
Major League Baseball will release more uniform designs for 2018 later this month.