Thanks to suggestions from readers, NCAA.com has found even more great throwback uniforms that have been donned on college diamonds. Here are seven of the best:
Texas A&M strikes back
Texas A&M baseball and former Cougar Nick Banks are rank #1 in the nation this week in the USA Today Coaches poll! pic.twitter.com/Uw2FBcM5s8— Tomball HS Baseball (@TomballHSBBall) March 28, 2016
The Aggies have more than one great throwback in their arsenal. This maroon jersey with beautiful white block sleeve stripes paired with traditional pinstriped pants make for a very handsome kit.
Arkansas' peachy cream
The DiamondHogs "peach"-tinted cream color pairs deliciously with their official cardinal, and the Olde English A is a fine example of artistry all by itself.
Ole Miss' baby blues
Loving the ole miss powder blue baseball jerseys pic.twitter.com/X5pP5OHTtk— Brandon (@BrandonLaing7) March 25, 2016
The 1970s Phillies? Nope, take a closer look. It's the Rebels of Oxford making a visual statement with a blast-from-the-past powder blue paired with a bold, eye-popping red.
Southern Mississippi keeps it simple
The Golden Eagles have a sharp, clean look with this throwback. The elegant script "Southern" across the chest paired with just the right amount of navy and gold striping create a simple look that's hard to beat.
Deja Virginia Tech
Yes, you saw the Hokies on the last list. Yes, you saw an Astros-inspired uni on the last list. But you didn't see the Hokies sport an Astro-inspired uni on the last list. You're welcome.
LSU goes way back
These very old school Tiger kits wouldn't be out of place a century ago, and, while it is a little weird to see the Bayou Bengals sans yellow, the turn-of-the-century design, block L and vibrant purple is a beautiful combination.
The Bulldogs are back at it again
Mississippi State is the third repeat offender on this list, and, while their classic maroon pinstripes are beautiful, this even earlier look has that beat. The vertical stripe, the colored pockets and the 3/4 sleeves make this outfit -- and this program -- an embarrassment of riches.