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What jersey in Wizards history would you be most likely to go Chris Sale on?

As you’ve probably heard by now, White Sox pitcher Chris Sale was sent home from a game and later suspended after cutting up his team’s throwback jerseys because he felt they were uncomfortable and would affect his performance.

This got us thinking: The Wizards have gone through plenty of uniforms through the years, and just about all of them are attached to some rough performances over the years. So we ask you: If you could go back in time and destroy one uniform before it came out, which would it be?

The sleeved Baltimore Pride pajamas

New York Knicks v Washington Wizards Photo by Rob Carr/Getty Images

From the back, it looks like the stripes are making a big L, which seems fitting.

The Arenas-era Gold Alternate Jerseys

Washington Wizards v Cleveland Cavaliers, Game 1 Photo by Gregory Shamus/Getty Images

It’s fitting that these uniforms are so tightly tied to the Gilbert Arenas era, since it sure feels like it’s something he would have designed. "Make it gold! Throw some black stars on it! Make it sparkle! Hibachi!"

The original pajama throwback

Chicago Bulls v Washington Wizards Photo by Jamie Squire/Getty Images

It’s been almost a decade since the Wizards wore these uniforms and it’s still hard to believe it actually happened.

Baltimore Bullets Orange

PlayStation Skills Challenge Photo by Ezra Shaw/Getty Images

If you love throwbacks, you were probably a big fan of these jerseys, but if you hate orange well, this was probably your worst nightmare.

The original Wizards uniforms

Juwan Howard #5...

What these jerseys lacked in style they more than made up for in longevity.

The Malone-era super striped jerseys

BOSTON, MA - 1986: Dan Roundfield #5 of the Washington Bullets drives against Larry Bird #33 of the Boston Celtics during a game circa 1986 at the Boston Garden in Boston, Massachusetts.
Photo by Dick Raphael/NBAE via Getty Images

The uniforms the Bullets wore during their heyday in the 70’s were classics. The modified version they wore in the 80’s with all the extra stripes were not, unless you’re a fan of stripes.