The defending National League pennant winners will have a new look next season.
The Diamondbacks revealed four new uniforms on Friday that will be worn during the 2024 season. The new looks include an off-white home uniform, a gray road set and black and “Sedona Red” alternate jerseys.
The biggest changes are to the home uniform, which was previously pure white with “D-Backs” across the front. The new home uniform is an off-white color, which the team says is closer to what Arizona wore in its inaugural season in 1998, with the franchise’s capital A logo on the chest. The red alternate jersey is the first to feature the full Diamondbacks name since 2000.
4 new unis for '24. 🔥 pic.twitter.com/2eBXtRjXCs
— Arizona Diamondbacks (@Dbacks) November 17, 2023
There’s a lot to like about the new uniforms. All the combinations are clean and cohesive. They’re an update to the team’s current look with a few tweaks that probably won’t even be noticeable to casual fans. But still, fans had one consistent problem with the announcement: The D-Backs aren’t bringing back their original purple and teal look.
Why do you keep depriving us of what we really want https://t.co/oBTeqdZiWk pic.twitter.com/tE2qUPE7uP
— Mets Legends (@MetsLegends) November 17, 2023
These jabronis change their uniforms every other year and *STILL* refuse to go back to the teal and purple look full time!!!! https://t.co/VXeN50FLvo pic.twitter.com/ynP5aYwjio
— Fitzy Mo Peña (@FitzyMoPena) November 17, 2023
REJECT MODERNITY EMBRACE TRADITION https://t.co/7seV5PSRRR pic.twitter.com/26AQKteihv
— 🐝 little boo attorney @ law✨👻🪨 (@BoyslnBIue) November 17, 2023
I need the direct line to whoever is in charge of decision making in the uniform department. Since 2007, fans have wanted one thing. #Cowards https://t.co/5MLhewdm8y
— Child Scott (@CSaboveDaRest) November 17, 2023
man what do they have against purple… there’s enough red teams https://t.co/owuUjkqs6N
— mark sales (@markymarksax) November 17, 2023
“The 2024 Arizona Diamondbacks uniforms feature the return of retro elements in a bold new fashion with a nod towards tradition,” D-Backs president and CEO Derrick Hall said in a statement. “As always, they were designed with feedback from our avid fan base, via surveys and focus groups, whose love for the Teal combined with Sedona Red makes it uniquely authentic to the Grand Canyon State.”