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Baseball Logos: Rankings 1-10

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10. Arizona Diamondbacks

This one is controversial. Some say it sucks. Others say it’s great. I say it is good. The “A”, admittedly blocky, and overall the logo might look better on football helmet, but I’m a sucker for hidden thing in logos. And the fact that the “A” doubles as a snake is so awesome. A+ for creativity.


9. Chicago Cubs

This logo is also super iconic. And even though it might be for how bad the Cubs traditionally are rather than how good, it still counts. The Cubs “C” might feel boring, but when you sit back and look at is, it really is awesome.


8. Miami Marlins 

The Marlins logo is the MLB’s newest, and it might be too early to tell, but I think they did pretty well. The “M” font is cool, and the black Marlin is the best we’ve seen yet. Overall, pretty good job.


7. Toronto Blue Jays

This is usually higher on other people’s lists. I never found the jay as intriguing as others have, but I still think it’s really cool. It is much better than the old one and the Maple Leaf is a great nod to Canada.


6. Los Angeles Dodgers

The Dodgers logo is the most iconic of any. The logo itself is solid but it doesn’t just represent the Dodgers. The fact that they’ve successfully made the “L-A” the symbol of that city is very impressive.


5. Chicago White Sox

Personally I love this logo. The font is awesome and it is the only logo to really have a word on it it rather than just a letter or a symbol. The “S-O-X” is a perfect blend of creativity and simplicity. Hats off.


4. Milwaukee Brewers

To be clear, I am talking about the glove, not the “M”. Although the “M” might be their true logo, I couldn’t leave out glove. Not only does it hide an “M-B” in it, it’s creativity might be tops in the league. The only thing about this logo that is stupid is that it isn’t the Brewers primary logo.


3. Baltimore Orioles

The Orioles past couple years have been lousy. The one thing they’ve done right is the switch back to the oriole bird. The bird is kid friendly, super creative, and well representative of that franchise. Congrats O’s, this is the highest up on a list you’ll be in a long time.


2. Detroit Tigers

This is the best font in the game. The “D” is so cool and it’s fun to draw. It has also been the Tigers logo forever making it super iconic. Overall great logo.


1. St. Louis Cardinals  

This is the best of the best. It isn’t super creative because it doesn’t need to be. Its legacy and perfect simplicity are awesome. A true work of art.


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Baseball Logos: Rankings 11-20

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20. Atlanta Braves

The Braves logo is pretty weak. It isn’t as boring as Cinci, because it uses a cool font, but it’s still boring.


19. Washington Nationals

The Nats “W” is actually pretty slick. The font is is cool, and it doesn’t try to do too much. In fact this should be top-half logo. But, it’s also the Walgreens logo. Ouch.


18. Oakland Athletics

The A’s logo is very similar to the Braves. It’s kind of boring with a semi-cool font, and represents some history. The one thing that puts it ahead of Atlanta is the “s” at the end. That’s a nice touch.


17. Philadelphia Phillies

In their defense, this logo is pretty slick. The font is cool and is always associated with the Phils. But still, it would’ve been cool to see them dawn a logo more significant to their city (like their spring training caps).


16. Cleveland Indians

It’s pretty much official by now, the Indians are done with Wahoo Sam. And although that is clearly the right choice, their new logo is decidedly less interesting. The new “C” font is cool, but still nothing special.   


15. Pittsburgh Pirates

The Pirates logo represents their name very well and the font is pretty cool. The yellow is iconic and fun to have on a cap. It’s truly a solid logo and just good enough to crack the top fifteen


14. San Francisco Giants

The Giants logo is basically the Pirates except with different letters. The orange is cool and the font, as we’ve already established, is pretty nice. Once again, nothing too special, but a very solid logo.


13. Los Angeles Angels

This logo is carried by the halo. Without the halo this is for sure out of the top twenty. The “A” is blocky and the back is weird, but the halo. Perfect. In fact, it really shows what can happen if you use one piece of iconic head gear (cough, cough Royals).


12. Boston Red Sox

This logo completely rides legacy. It’s nothing special, and the font is a little off, but no one cares. The Red Sox “B” is too iconic to change. Straight up too much history.


11. New York Yankees

This last two are virtually interchangeable. The yankees “N-Y” is so iconic, it sometimes can represent baseball. It will, like the Boston “B”, never change. The only reason it’s eleven is because I think it is a bit better of a logo, but it really doesn’t matter.



Baseball Logos: Rankings 21-30

A logo can truly make or break you. A good, creative logo can improve your brand, while a bad logo can cripple a company into mediocrity. The same is true in baseball. The best logos make a team more intriguing, while the worst give that team a sense of boringness. So, we decided to create a list ranking each teams logos.

30. Seattle Mariners

I have always hated this logo. It feels so crammed. The font of the “S” sucks and the compass is just a terrible touch. They tried their hand at creativity and failed miserably.  


29. Houston Astros

This is one of the newest logos in the league and also one of the worst. The tacky “H” fits much better in a cartoon than on a cap. At least the team is good.


28. Tampa Bay Rays

This is another horrendous logo. The “T-B” combo doesn’t work in that font and it has no creativity. It doesn’t even look like they tried.


27. Cincinnati Reds

This is hands-down the most boring logo in the league. It’s just a white “C” with a spike at the end. I would say it gets points for legacy, but to be honest, it’s not even that iconic because the Reds suck.


26. Texas Rangers

This logo feels blocky. They tried to make it 3D, but it just messed with the color scheme and made more of a shadow than a side. Overall, it just feels botched.


25. Minnesota Twins

I will say, the color on this logo is actually not bad. But past that, it’s just the Reds logo with a “T” going through it. Boring.


24. Colorado Rockies

This logo isn’t so much bad as it is disappointing. I feel like they could do so much more with the mountains and the landscape, like they did on their spring training caps. That’s a step in the right direction, but for now the logo just a “C-R” in a boring font.


23. Kansas City Royals

Like the Rockies, this logo isn’t awful, but it could be so much more. Unlike the Rockies, they only have to do one thing: Put a crown on the K. For the love of God put a crown on the K!  


22. San Diego Padres

The Padres most certainly have the least history of any team, making their logo not iconic at all, and instead just a white “S-D”. Not ugly, just lame.


21. New York Mets

Without the history behind this logo, the Mets would jump back 5 spots or so. But this is for sure one the league’s most iconic logos. The problem: it looks like a pile of orange peels.


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