3. 1997-Present Home
From Friday afternoon first pitches to day-night doubleheaders, this Cubs home jersey remains one of the more popular jerseys throughout the franchise's history. The blue pinstripes pair nicely with the pure white jerseys.
The Cubs clinched their first trip to the World Series in 71 seasons. Despite the historic success of this kit, Chicago also has sore memories while wearing these. In 2003, when left fielder Moses Alou leaped for a foul ball, the infamous event involving Steve Bartman took place.
Fast forward five seasons, a five-run second inning propels the Los Angeles Dodgers to a 2-0 series lead and eventual sweep in the 2008 NLDS. Seven seasons later, the Mets finished off a four-game sweep of the Cubs, crushing any hopes of breaking their World Series drought.