The New York Mets will not wear camouflage uniforms at home in 2016, according to UniWatch's Paul Lukas.
New York worked with Wounded Warrior Project to salute U.S. servicemen and women with Military Mondays.
U.S. military personnel with active or retired military identification received complimentary tickets to Monday night home games for themselves and up to three guests, according to a 2013 press release, and the Mets would honor a "Veteran of the Game" at all 81 home games.
The Mets first wore camouflage-themed jerseys on April 21, 2014, a 2-0 win against the St. Louis Cardinals. That year, they went 4-1 wearing them.
New York will, however, wear 1986 throwback jerseys for Sunday home games.