Two men at the river

by Sheri Croll | January 22, 2019 6:45 am

Minnesota twins are the professional basketball team present in Minneapolis, Minnesota. They compete in the central division of American league and it is named after the area that contains Minneapolis and St. Pauls, also known as the twin cities. The world series of 1924 was won by them as Washington D.C. Senators. They shifted from Washington D.C. to Minnesota for the start of the season in 1961. From 1961 to 1981, the Twins played in Metropolitan Stadium and Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome since 1982 to 2009. The Twins tie is named after this glorious team. The team’s logo has 2 men, one in a St. Paul’s uniform and the other in a Minneapolis Millers uniform, shaking hands across the Mississippi river with the outline of the state of Minnesota.

There are currently 2 variants of the Twins tie[1]. They are a hundred percent woven polyester. The tie is 57 inch long and 3.5 inch wide. They are officially licensed to use the logo and it is prescribed to dry clean only.

The first variant has checker patterns all over the body of the body of the tie. Red, grey and blue stripes run across each other to produce the checks. At the 2/3rd level of the tie, the Twins logo comprising of a capital lettered “T” in white colour is placed. The other variant is a grid pattern. Three light grey stripes are present on the upper part of the tie which has an overall navy blue background. Three other blue coloured stripes are placed in opposite direction overlapping the previous stripes. These are outlined by red stripes, precisely 2 in number. At the lower end of the tie, the Twins logo is present comprising of the previously stated white letter “T” with a red “C”. This tie has the same dimensions and wash-care as the previous one.

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