Minnesota Twins Primary Logo
Minnesota Twins Primary Logo History
Originally the Washington Senators which had 14 different logos. Since being in Minnesota there have only had two different logos with some variations.
Minnesota Twins Primary Logo
2010 - Present
Wordmark “Twins” in red with blue trim and underscore highlighting of “win” with blue and gold on a baseball inside a navy blue circle and a white and navy blue outline reading “MINNESOTA BASEBALL CLUB.”
Twins Logo Comments
Minnesota Twins Primary Logo 1987 – 2009
1987 - 2009
The Twins logo in 1987, featured a red with blue and white trim scripted wordmark “Twins” and with underscore highlighting “win” on a white with red seams baseball. On top of the baseball is a wordmark “MINNESOTA” in blue.
Minnesota Twins Primary Logo 1976 – 1986
1976 - 1986
The twins Minnie and Paul shaking hand over the Mississippi river with “Win! Twins!” in red on top of a white with red seams baseball. The state of Minnesota is now a dark blue.
Minnesota Twins Primary Logo 1961 – 1975
1961 - 1975
Illustrator Ray Barton 1930 – 2010 created the iconic image of Twins “Minnie” and “Paul” wearing baseball uniforms bearing the initials of Minneapolis and St. Paul shaking hands over the Mississippi river on a light blue design of the state Minnesota late in 1960. Whatever the case, Griffith decided to turn the drawing into the team’s official logo. Barton was paid $15 for his artwork.
Washington Senators Primary Logo 1959 – 1960
1959 - 1960
The final Senators logo is a pitching politician with a wind up in black and white holding a glove with a red circle background and a black trim outline.
Washington Senators Primary Logo 1955 – 1958
1955 - 1958
The Senators continued with the same logo as the final logo from the Nationals.
Washington Nationals Primary Logo 1948 – 1954
1948 - 1954
New Nationals logo featured a yellow block letter “W” on top of the capital building on a arched light blue background.
Washington Nationals Primary Logo 1936 – 1947
1936 - 1947
The Nationals first logo that is not a letter. A wordmark under the logo “WASHINGTON” in black and “NATIONALS” in red. The logo is a white baseball with the capital building bust in out of the baseball and a Washington cap hang at the top. Also, a baseball bat behind the baseball.
Washington Nationals Primary Logo 1929 – 1935
1929 - 1935
Yet another block letter “W” changed back to blue.
Washington Nationals Primary Logo 1928
The Nationals made a major change with a thicker block letter “W” in the color red.
Washington Nationals Primary Logo 1912 – 1927
1912 - 1927
A new block letter “W” again in blue.
Washington Nationals Primary Logo 1907 – 1911
1907 - 1911
Another old english letter “W” in blue.
Washington Nationals Primary Logo 1906
Another old english style letter “W” in blue.
Washington Nationals Primary Logo 1905
New style of block letter “W” in blue.
Washington Senators Primary Logo 1904
Back to the wordmark “WASHINGTON” in blue.
Washington Senators Primary Logo 1903
The follow year the Senators changed to an old english letter “W” again in blue.
Washington Senators Primary Logo 1902
The Senators changed logos to a block letter “W” in blue.
Washington Senators Primary Logo 1901
Like most teams before the 1900’s the logo was just a wordmark of the city “WASHINGTON.”