The Senators alternate logo is a great looking antique logo. From the '70s the capital building with a Washington Senator player has a great color scheme and layout.
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1959 - 1960
A pitching politician with a wind up in black and white holding a glove with a red circle background and a black trim outline.
1955 - 1958
A green and cream Capitol building behind a baseball player catching a baseball on top of a yellow circle. A wordmark “WASHINGTON SENATORS” at the bottom in black and yellow.
1955 - 1958
The Senators continued with the same logo as the final logo from the Nationals.
1948 - 1954
New Nationals logo featured a yellow block letter “W” on top of the capital building on a arched light blue background.
1936 - 1956
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.
1926 - 1927
A red, white and blue United States of American flag laid out in a shield with yellow trim.
Worn on Nationals jersey sleeves in 1926 and 1927