Boston Red Sox jersey 1908-1932
In 1908, the team decided to change their name to Red Sox; because of this, a change in uniforms and colors was obviously in order. The lettering and socks were changed from blue to red and for this year only, a new logo was unveiled: a large red stocking with the word BOSTON in white letters written within it.
The sock logo went away after 1908 and the uniforms had BOSTON in red letters across the chest, both home and away. Jerseys were also changed from collared pullovers with lace-up necks to button front.
In 1912, the wordmark on the chest was changed to RED SOX, but only on the road uniforms. The white home uniforms, now blank, adopted red pinstripes and white caps with red pinstripes. Apart from a few minor tweaks, these uniforms remained unchanged until the end of the 1932 season.