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Thread: Do the Tigers still use the Tiger in the Old English D logo?

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    Do the Tigers still use the Tiger in the Old English D logo?

    I have noticed that on many websites (including ones for Sports Logos) that the Detroit Tigers are using just the plain Old English D as their main logo, and it does not have a tiger in the logo (like the 1950's one, the one the Tigers used when they won the 1968 and 1984 World Series, or the Tiger in the D logo).

    My question is: Do the Tigers still use the Tiger in the D logo as its main logo or is it just the Old English D?

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    They do still have the tiger through the "D" logo listed as a secondary mark, but the "D" from the jersey is now listed as the primary logo. They will likely keep it that way rather than completely get rid of it, just because of how extensively it is used throughout Comerica Park.
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