On Episode 2 of The Cookie Club, Steve Gelbs was joined by Dominic Smith and J.D. Davis to discuss a number of issues, including one that relates to the team's wardrobe.
Yes, the Mets' black uniforms are very polarizing. You either love them or you hate them, and there seems to be no middle ground.
But a good number of people want to see the black jerseys brought back, and it sounds like Smith and Davis are 100 percent on board.
"I mean, the old-school black, that's obvious, like that should already be in the rotation," said Smith. "I say we need to bring back maybe the Los Mets ones, the all-orange. I like the orange unis, those were pretty sick, or even the old school 1986 team, the pinstripes, I mean I like that one too. We need a rotation of like five unis so we can swag out. We need the orange. I even like the camo every Sunday for military appreciation night. We gotta swag it out!"
The Mets wore black alternate caps and jerseys from 1998 to 2011, and Smith and Davis are just the latest current members of the team to support the uniforms' return, joining Pete Alonso and Marcus Stroman.
"My least favorite ones are the grey ones. I love the white pinstripes. I love the blue ones, home or away it doesn't matter, but we need to get those black jerseys back, that's for fact," said Davis. "I wish we didn't ever have to wear the grey jerseys because I would just rock the blue ones all the time."
Check out the full version of The Cookie Club's second episode above.