Rangers Alternate Logo
The Texas Rangers' alternate logo has a long and proud history. The team first adopted the logo in 1994, when it was used as an alternative to their primary “T” logo. Since then, the Rangers have kept this iconic image of a cowboy on horseback with a lasso in hand to represent their team spirit and commitment to excellence.
In 2014, the Texas Rangers unveiled a redesigned version of their original alternate logo featuring modernized colors and design elements that reflect both classic western imagery as well as contemporary trends in sports branding. This new look features an updated silhouette of the same cowboy figure from before but now wearing blue jeans instead of traditional chaps; his hat is also changed to feature red stars rather than white ones like before. Additionally, there are subtle changes made throughout such as more detailed shading around certain parts or brighter hues added here and there which give this classic symbol even more life than ever before!
Overall, it’s clear that no matter what form they take on – whether old school or modernized – the Texas Ranger Alternate Logo will always remain part of our history forevermore! It stands out among other teams' logos due to its unique blend of Western heritage combined with current trends making it a one-of-a-kind representation for all who support them proudly each season year after year!
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2020 - Present
State of Texas map in blue with white and light blue trim with the initials “TX” in white with red and blue highlights and a white with red highlight star.
2003 - 2004
Red, white and blue letter “T” on white baseball with blue stitches inside red and blue ring with two white stars.
Primary logo without the wordmark.
2000 - Present
State flag of Texas blowing in the wind.
1994 - 2002
A wordmark “RANGERS” on a blue, sliver and red ribbon banner across a white and silver badge. All on top of a red roundel with blue and silver trim and nine white stars.
1981 - 1982
The initials “TR” in red with a star on a blue state of Texas inside a blue circle. Also worn on sleeves of both Texas Rangers home and road jerseys from 1981 – 1982. The letter “TR” stand for the Texas Rangers.
1981 - 1982
Texas Bicentennial shield patch in red, white and blue without years. Wordmark “RANGERS” in red at the top of the shield.