Milwaukee Brewers Present New Uniforms For 2020 Season

Milwaukee Brewers starting pitcher Chase Anderson #57. Photo by John Fisher/CSM/Shutterstock (10361500i)

The Milwaukee Brewers have revealed a new look that they will debut in the 2020 season to ring in the next decade.

The Brewers made a surprise announcement on Monday night that they were revamping their logo and uniforms for the 2020 season. Gone is the old logo and gone are the old uniforms and jersey fonts, and in is a new take on a classic logo and a whole net set of duds.

Milwaukee has chosen two logos, one that is a reworking of the classic “doggy paw” logo that the team debuted in the 1970s, while the other features a navy M on a gold outline of the state of Wisconsin.

The NL Central club debuted four uniforms on Monday.

The first new uniform is a classic home white set, featuring “Brewers” and blue and gold trim. Another option is a similar white set that includes navy blue pinstripes and looks to already be a fan favorite.

For road games, the Brewers also have two new uniforms featuring the word “Milwaukee.” The first one is a classic grey uniform, while the second one is navy blue and it has writing in an alternative font.

The Brewers will look to return to the playoffs in 2020 after missing out last season in their new and improved unis.