Brewers say “back to the future” logo, look is all about the fans


Brewers principal owner Mark Attanasio unveils a redesigned version of the iconic
Brewers principal owner Mark Attanasio unveils a redesigned version of the iconic “Ball-in-Glove” logo.

The Milwaukee Brewers in 2020 will slide into their 50th year of baseball with a new-and-improved logo, uniforms, and championship optimism to boot.

The franchise on Monday unveiled the highly anticipated return of its iconic “Ball-in-Glove” logo in front of a crowd of community leaders, high-profile guests and baseball greats who gathered at Miller Park’s SKYY Lounge to celebrate the upcoming 50th anniversary season.

“Ball-in-Glove” has remained a fan favorite since it was first introduced in 1978. After some minor tweaking, a “modernized” version of that design is now the team’s primary mark as a tribute to its fans, said Mark Attanasio, principal owner of the Brewers. 

“For 50 years, we’ve had the support of the most loyal fans in baseball right here at home,” said Attanasio. “Our fans have a deeply rooted respect for the history of our team and the community bonds that we developed over the course of time.”

As part of this season’s new look, players will don a set of new uniforms featuring designs and accents from their historic uniforms and…

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