Originally the Washington Senators which had 14 different logos. Since being in Minnesota they have only had two different logos with some variations.
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.”
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.
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.
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.
Here's the story behind the Twins' 'TC' logo
Going down the list, every logo's tie to its club is obvious -- except for one. The Minnesota Twins have an interlocking "TC" logo despite the letter "C" not appearing anywhere in the name. Why is that? Read More...
1957 - 1960
A caricature of a U.S. Senator winding up to throw a pitch and a wordmark of the team name “SENATORS” behind on blue and red circle. Washington Monument also in the background.
1955 - 1956
The Senators continued with the same logo as the final logo from the Nationals. The U.S. Capitol Dome busting out of a baseball and a blue baseball cap and a white baseball bat, worn for final two seasons using Nationals name and first two using Senators name which is why it is shown twice…
1953 - 1954
The U.S. Capitol Dome busting out of a baseball and a blue baseball cap and a white baseball bat, worn for final two seasons using Nationals name and first two using Senators name which is why it appears on this site twice…
1948 - 1952
A navy blue with red trim letter “W.”
1938 - 1947
A navy blue letter “W.”
1936 - 1937
A navy blue with thick red trim letter “W.”
1905 - 1935
New style of block letter “W” in blue.
1901 - 1904
A navy blue letter “W.”