Though Babe Ruth was known to enjoy a cigar after a roll in the hay, some of these uniforms make it hard to believe baseball players got any action. The New York Giants rocked some investment banker plaid in 1916, and the 1976 Houston Astros were pretty hard to miss in their multicolored disco stripes. They’re just a couple of gems from Pop Chart Lab’s Visual Compendium of Baseball Uniforms, available on canvas or framed starting at $35. The hand drawn record of 121 uniforms measures 24” x 36”, perfect for a living room or man cave. Underdog favorites like the Chicago Cubs sit side-by-side with (thankfully) forgotten mascots like the Ethiopian Clowns. Check it out for trends developed or left behind—we bet players were happy to bid farewell to the bowtie.