Theare named after the twin cities of Minneapolis and St. Paul. And so the TC stands for Twin Cities.
T for Twin, C for Cities. For the twin cities of Minneapolis and St Paul.
a baseball with the word minnesota and the word twins. you know, its not that hard to find this information if you just search the internet. Did you not know there was a twins website? Some people's children...
In MLB and NCAA, at least, all team caps must have an official team logo on them. Most wear their team letter(s), but logo's can be used, like the redsox using the "2 redsocks" logo on their caps this year. The SD padres wear camoflauge uniforms for Sunday home games with their regular logo/letters on it. All uniform/caps must be approved by MLB/ NCAA before worn on the field.
The twins logo has a T overlaying a big C, meaning "Twin Cities" for example the nickname for St. Paul Minneapolis. However, the Twins have a new logo, which has red letters and a line "NS".
The "TC" on their hats and helmets stands for "Twin Cities." The "M" on their other hats and helmets obviously stands for "Minnesota."
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From what I understand - it means "Greatness"....
The Indians logo in Cleveland stands for their baseball team. The logo itself is called Chief Wahoo. Following the 1914 season, after a request from the club owner, the new name the Indians was choosen by the media.
The US flag in the logo of the party reflects the motto of its founder, Ross Perot: "United We Stand America."
It's the Chanel logo. It stands for Coco Chanel.
Every company has its unique logo which helps it stand out among the rest.
It stands for The St. Paul Colored Gophers. It was a team in the early 1900s that helped pave the way for desegregation in baseball. The Minnesota Twins have honored them 3 times by wearing replicas during games. More than one team wears uniforms in tribute to the negro leagues.. the Indians wearing 1946 Cleveland Buckeyes throwback uniforms, and the Twins dressing like the 1909 St. Paul Gophers.
Major League Baseball logo was created in 1969.
The Washington Senators used a "W" as their logo from 1901 to 1960 when they became The Minnesota Twins. A second Washington Senators was formed in 1961, but struggled to attract crowds and moved to Texas to become The Rangers in 1972.
The C logo on a nfl jersey stands for Captain.