The Best- and Worst-Dressed Baseball Players of All Time
A photo gallery of the good, the bad, and the ugly in MLB fashion from the 1950s to the present.
Mickey Mantle (left), 1957
There are some dos and don'ts here by today's standards, though Mantle wears the outfit with cocky assurance. Pleats are back in, as are striped shirts, but we'd recommend a two-button jacket if you're going for a contemporary-retro look.