Blue Jays uniforms go back to the future

Blue is back in the Blue Jays' uniforms and hats -- and so is the style the team wore when it won back-to-back World Series titles. AP Photo/The Canadian Press, Natyan Denette

TORONTO -- The Blue Jays are bringing back uniforms with a more vintage look, tweaking its old-school logo, tinkering with the lettering and giving the bird head a more stylized look.

Players will wear blue hats and blue shoes for all games next season, the team announced Friday. Black jerseys have been shelved in favor of white uniforms at home, light gray on the road and a royal blue alternate jersey.

The scripted lettering is gone. The uniforms resemble a version of the jerseys worn when the team won consecutive World Series titles in 1992 and 1993.

"Blue Jays" is spelled out on the home and alternate uniforms, while "Toronto" appears on the road jersey.