Minnesota Twins float redesign for Minnie and Paul logo
The Twins are coming out with new branding for next season, and that includes a tweak to the Minnie and Paul logo beyond centerfield.
Between the lines: One local doctor and consulting physician to the Twins has been pushing for a more diverse Minnie and Paul logo than the two white ballplayers shaking hands after home runs.
- A Twins spokesperson said the team wouldn't comment on "specific design elements until the entire system is unveiled."
What's ahead: The Twins plan to reveal new logos and jerseys after the season, according to the Star Tribune.
- The team and the Minnesota Ballpark Authority will also spend $30 million on a new video board in left field that is 76% larger than the current one.
💭 Nick's thought bubble: The Twins are missing out on a great mascot opportunity. They should ditch T.C. Bear and replace him with Minnie and Paul, a pair of mascots who team up on stunts, and also prank one another.
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