eloise pohlad, the wife of twins' owner carl pohlad, passed away in november of 2003, and the club added memorial patches to their right sleeves for the following season in memory of her. they were simple patches, with the first name of her signature stitched inside a color coded rectangle - one for the away grays, one for the alternate blues, and one for the home whites. you can see the gray patch on lew ford's 2005 fleer flair card
both of those cards are in my memorials binder, but i haven't been able to find a card that shows the white patch. there weren't too many baseball card photographers at the metrodome in 2004, i suppose. here's a picture of hunter at home from the 2004 alds against the yankees that shows the white patch.
and here's a better look at all three versions of the patch
had there been a white version to go with the home uniforms, we would have had a card showing it, as nick punto's 2010 upper deck card
features a photo from inside the metrodome with nicky wearing the 1983 throwback home whites. speaking of the metrodome, the patch above the 'carl' patch is the 'final season of the metrodome' patch. even old, multi-purpose dome stadiums got the commemorative patch treatment.
here's the patch on the alternate blue jersey of joe mauer, courtesy of his 2010 bowman card
looks like joe is on tatooine there.
here's francisco liriano's 2009 topps allen & ginter national pride insert showing the patch on the home white pinstripes
the patch shows up again, this time on the away grays, on alexi casilla's 2010 topps card
carl pohlad was the guy who bought the twins from calvin griffith in 1984 to keep them in minnesota, but he was also the guy who almost sold the team to a north carolina group in 1997, and the guy who was willing to let the team contract in 2001. still, he was the owner during their run to two world championships (1987 and 1991), and despite his willingness to sell or contract the team, pohlad oversaw the run of division titles in the 2000's, with the last under his watch coming in 2006.
the construction of target field began in 2007, and although carl pohlad did not live to see it completed, a statue of him and his wife was erected in the plaza outside gate 34 - the main entrance to the stadium.