Since 2010, the Minnesota Twins have primarily used the "TC" style of hat, both at Target Field and on the road. The team always had the option to wear the "M" hat as well, but rarely opted for the alternate look.
That is, until this week. Minnesota first donned the "M" hats on Memorial Day, albeit a special version in which the "M" was camouflage instead of the usual red color. After the Twins won that game against the Oakland Athletics, they wore them again the following game (this time, the normal navy caps with red lettering). Another win, and the "M" caps again made an appearance in Wednesday's series finale.
Yet even after a 7-1 loss at the hands of the Cleveland Indians on Friday, Minnesota stuck with the "M" hats for the remainder of the series in Cleveland. Those hats were a part of two more wins, as the Twins won the series. They capped it with Sunday's 6-3 win, with "M" hats on their heads.
According to Twins president Dave St. Peter, Minnesota last wore the "M" hats i...