The Master Plan is split into three sections: Fundamentals, Diamond Classics, and Script Rotation.
The Fundamentals all feature the MS logo on the chest and the custom "Starkville" block number font. All of the Fundamentals have been worn within the last few seasons, and are some of the most recognizable looks for Mississippi State baseball.
The Diamond Classics all feature the classic 1985 font for the numbers and NOB. The white and maroon diamond classics feature the 1985 wordmark as well, while the cream and anthracite diamond classics feature the MS logo on the chest. Versions of the white, maroon, and cream Diamond Classics have been worn recently; the anthracite is an original idea,
The Script Rotation uniforms all feature a script font on the front with the "Starkville" number font. They would rotate one of their above counterparts (White MS Pinstripes, Maroon MS or 85, and Gray Pinstripes) every few years.
White MS Jerseys
First worn in the late 1980s, the White MS jerseys were a staple of the Bulldogs' look in the Ron Polk years of the 1990s and then again in the early 2000s. After an absence from 2005 to 2014, these were brought back in 2015 and worn again throughout the 2016 SEC Championship season.
Anthracite MS Jerseys
Most concept-y uniform in the Master Plan. Anthracite uniform with thin MS logo on the chest, 85 number font and white-maroon-white piping. Bulldogs have worn anthracite once, in the 2014 SEC Tournament, but it was an awful Adidas template. I think it would be cool to try something like this out; it would at least work much better for baseball than any black jersey has.