Adam Rubin and Matt Cerrone both posted the same photo of this mysterious black Mets jersey found at a Sports Authority.
Taking a look at the shirt, it's as if the Mets thought that the black jersey wasn't ugly enough, and they decided to make it look even more detestable. It seems both Rubin and Cerrone believe this may be the rumored "changes" to the jersey that have been coming.
I think they've both been taken. There are things called "fashion" jerseys, and not only are they ugly, but they seem to be very popular. In fact, they have their own category in the Mets shop. That shirt isn't in there, but it's not in the official section either.
Why would a Sports Authority have the new uniform before the Mets even announced it? It just makes no sense. Many companies (outside of Majestic or Nike) make their own Mets uniforms that aren't "official." This seems like one of those shirts.
It's just another ugly jersey, not the Mets new uniform. At least, I hope so.
Update: I was right. Thanks to some snooping, commenter NYMetsGrrl94 and Ryan Punzalan sent in this: Majestic New York Mets Charcoal Fashion Replica Jersey. $79.99 for that? No thank you.