1. Chicago White Sox

Season(s): 1976

Chicago White Sox owner, Bill Veeck, was known to do just about anything to get a draw. This included everything from sending a little person up to the plate to holding a Disco Demolition Night at Comiskey Park. But perhaps his greatest contribution to the game of baseball were his uniforms during the 1976 season. Featuring tops with plunging necklines and collars suited for playing craps at Caesar's Palace during that era, they were paired with shorts and high white socks. The look was as iconic and as bad as uniforms come.