One hundred years ago, fine narrow pinstripes accentuated the uniform pants and the gray shirts, which featured a "cadet" collar and the BROOKLYN name displayed vertically in small capital letters down the button panel. Known as the "Superbas," the Brooklyn team played its second-to-last season in 1911 at Washington Park.
Among the many uniform designs of the 1930s, the 1931 Road Uniform was the only variety to sport a block capital "B" on the front of the jersey. The dominant trim color was blue with some accents of red.
With the advent of night baseball at Ebbets Field in the 1940s, this uniform style used a highly reflective satin fabric with the idea it would be more visible under the lights. The blue-colored uniform features the trim and DODGERS script in white.