The “W” has been part of the Nationals’ identity since the beginning when it appeared as the logo as early as the 1900s.
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2011 - Present
The new current Washington logo is a red curly “W” with a blue outline in the middle of a white background and inside a blue circle with red outlines, two red stars, and a wordmark “WASHINGTON NATIONALS” in white.
2005 - 2010
The new Nationals logo is a wordmark “NATIONALS” in white with gold beveling and a red outline on blue background with a white and red seams baseball and 9 white stars below and red ribbon above with the wordmark “WASHINGTON” in white.
1992 - 2004
The “eMb” or “M” logo in red, white and blue on top of a white with red seams baseball inside a red and blue ring with a wordmark “MONTREAL EXPOS” in white lettering.
1969 - 1991
For almost 40 years the team held on to this awesome logo because it was smart and looked great from Expos de Montreal Baseball. Interwoven script pieces all come together to abbreviate the full name of the team. “eMb” in red white and blue forming a “M.” A wordmark “expos” in blue at the bottom.