These days MLB clubs -- and really all pro sports teams, this isn't limited to baseball -- have a whole bunch of jerseys at their disposal each season. It's not just home and road anymore. It's home, road, alternate, Sunday alternate, throwback ... it seems like every (non-Yankees) team has about five jerseys they cycle through during the summer.
So then you'll have to excuse Juan Uribe. He got confused Friday night and wore the wrong jersey in the first inning. He put on the team's "Los Angeles" top while everyone else was wearing their "Dodgers" top. Here he is wearing the wrong jersey in the first inning and the right jersey in the second:
Uribe went 1-for-4 on the night and played his typically excellent third base defense in their 3-0 win over the Padres. He had the right jersey on for eight of nine innings and that's close enough in my book.