Columbus Clippers Logo

Columbus Clippers Logo

The logos of the baseball team Columbus Clippers are notable for the fact that they feature a stylized depiction of a clipper ship. The ship hasn’t always looked the same, though, – it evolved together with the logo.

Meaning and history Columbus Clippers Logo

Columbus Clippers Logo history

The club belongs to Minor League Baseball and competes in the International League. The Clippers have the status of the Triple-A affiliate of the Major League Baseball club Cleveland Indians. Currently, the team is based in Columbus, Ohio.

Old symbol

Columbus Clippers symbol

The 1996 Columbus Clippers logo featured a ship sailing out of a large blue “C.” Stylized waves could be seen below the ship, and there was also the word “Clippers” in light blue letters.

The 2009 emblem

Columbus Clippers emblem

In the following version of the Columbus Clippers logo, the clipper ship grew a good deal smaller. The large “C,” which looks entirely different now, has become part of the word “Clippers.” The word features an astounding script imitating handwriting. In an alternative logo, the clipper is sailing over the full name of the team.

Colors

Columbus Clippers baseball logo

The palette incorporates two shades of blue (navy and light blue), which seems a perfectly natural choice for something that is connected with the ocean. Gray and white add the finishing touch.

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