Twitter isn't a place for embarrassing moments to happen. The social media platform is ruthless in never letting the subject forget, often times in hilarious fashion. The Chargers had one of those moments they would probably like back after revealing what the internet thought was their new logo after announcing the team's move to Los Angeles.
The team later clarified that the logo is meant as a marketing tool for the move. That didn't stop other professional sports teams from having fun with how laughably bad the logo was and how similar it was to the Dodgers logo.
It all started with this Tampa Bay Lightning tweet and continued from there:
*checks mentions*— Tampa Bay Lightning (@TBLightning) January 12, 2017
for the record, us & the @dodgers are just friends https://t.co/jBoJhZlYVD
new logo. hope this is cool, @dallascowboys pic.twitter.com/cCBPHjqWxP— Dallas Stars (@DallasStars) January 12, 2017
We're not ones to fall behind the times. pic.twitter.com/IUuKvO2KUk— Montgomery Biscuits (@BiscuitBaseball) January 12, 2017
.@BiscuitBaseball We've been sitting on these bolts since '08 #Chargers pic.twitter.com/coqsaZzVNG— Fresno Grizzlies (@FresnoGrizzlies) January 12, 2017
So you think the new #Chargers logo looks like the #Dodgers logo? Just be glad they didn't follow through on that rumored move to Rancho. pic.twitter.com/O2DY1E7SMQ— RC Quakes Baseball (@RCQuakes) January 12, 2017
"Everyone else was doing it" #Chargers pic.twitter.com/6K3FLLuYLO— Biloxi Shuckers (@BiloxiShuckers) January 12, 2017
January 12, 2017