Detroit Tigers Logo
The Detroit Tigers are one of the most famous and successful professional baseball teams in the history of Major League Baseball (MLB). The franchise was established in Detroit, Michigan as part of the Western League in 1894. They have won four World Series championships and the American League pennant 11 times.
The Tigers’ current home stadium is Comerica Park in Downtown Detroit.
DESIGN ELEMENTS, HISTORY AND EVOLUTION OF DETROIT TIGERS LOGO
Shape and Font of the Detroit Tigers Logo
The Detroit Tigers logo is among the most popular and instantly recognizable logos in the history of baseball. It has undergone several modifications throughout the years. The current version of the logo was introduced in 2006. It comprises of a Gothic or Old English style “D” that symbolizes strength and pride of the team.
An alternative logo of the Detroit Lions features the team’s name in a handwritten typeface in royal blue and outlined in orange color.
Colors of the Detroit Tigers Logo
The navy blue color in the Detroit Tigers logo represents excellence, enthusiasm, unity and energy.
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