The Twins will wear a baby blue alternate uniform for 2020, replicating the team's road uniform worn from 1973-86.

The team will also wear a special logo commemorating their 60th season in Minnesota.

The alternate uniforms can be worn in home and road games and will paired with the team's navy blue cap.

"No uniform in the history of Minnesota Twins baseball drives more fan engagement than the old-school baby blues," Twins President and CEO Dave St. Peter said in a release.

The Twins will also wear the home whites, the red home alternate, the road grays, a navy road alternate and a navy home alternate that debuted last season.

After the team unveiled the uniforms on Twitter, former first baseman Kent Hrbek (@Hrbie14) responded: "Awesome. These baby blues bring back so many great memories of the early 80s. G-Man, Lauds, Puck, Viola, Bruno, Gags, and countless others. I will enjoy seeing the boys in Twins territory wear them with pride and continue on their quest for another championship!!!"

Another Twin of that era, shortstop Roy Smalley (@roysmalley5) tweeted: "The baby blues are back! I wore them proudly for 8 of my 9 Twins years. The uniform that seems to still get the most positive comments to this day."