Best of vintage HS jerseys: which baseball team had the nicest ’90s uniform?

New Dorp was voted the best boys and girls basketball jersey in the first two weeks of the Best of HS vintage jerseys.

This week, we stay in the 90s, but we move on to baseball.

Unfortunately, New Dorp, St. Joseph by-the-Sea, Susan Wagner, St. Peter’s and McKee / Staten Island Tech are not included as we did not have these old photos in our archive.

Next week we will move on to softball uniforms.

Voting ends Wednesday at 5 p.m., so register!

Staten Island Advance

Tottenville

The first is Tottenville.

Winning pitcher Paul Stabile, second from right, leads his Tottenville HS teammates to the mound at Shea Stadium to congratulate former MLB pitcher Jason Marquis after taking out the last hitter to preserve Tottenville’s 3-2 victory over George Washington and the PSAL city championship on June 6, 1995.

Staten Island Advance

Port-Richmond

Port Richmond pitcher Brad Westlye in March 1999.

Although the jersey is not visible, you can see the hat, the color of the jersey and the writing on the front is red and gray.

Hilton flores

Curtis

Curtis outfielder Joseph Quinzi helps five-year-old John Flanagan with his glove job at a baseball clinic at Curtis High School for the Children of Snug Harbor LL on April 3, 1999.

Staten Island Advance

Monsignor Farrell

Go to CHSAA.

Bishop Farrell’s left-hander John La Mattina on April 16, 1990.

Like Tottenville, Farrell opted for V-neck jerseys.

Rob Sollett

catholic moore

Moore Catholic’s Jeff Mirto finishes a pitch in the baseball game against St. Peter’s played at Mariner’s Harbor Field on April 2, 1996.


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