Lehigh Valley IronPigs Logo

Lehigh Valley IronPigs Logo

The Lehigh Valley IronPigs are a Minor League Baseball team based in Allentown, Pennsylvania. Its current logo perfectly fits the club’s name. The determined and aggressive look on the pig’s muzzle seems to imply that it’s not just an ordinary pig but an “iron” one.

Meaning and history Lehigh Valley IronPigs Logo

Lehigh Valley IronPigs logo history

The team was established in 1993 under the name of the Ottawa Lynx. Today, they compete in the International League. The IronPigs are the Triple-A affiliate of the Major League Baseball club Philadelphia Phillies.

Symbol

Lehigh Valley IronPigs Symbol

The Lehigh Valley IronPigs logo adopted in 2008 sports a pig’s head on top of the name of the team. The words “Lehigh Valley” are given in smaller letters in red, while the letters below are grey with a dark blue outline. In both cases, the font is a serif one, although the types themselves look different.

Alternative emblem

Lehigh Valley IronPigs emblem

In addition to the primary Lehigh Valley IronPigs logo, the club also has a secondary one, which features the same pig standing at full height.

Colors

Lehigh Valley IronPigs baseball logo

The dark shade of blue called Furnace Blue is primarily used to form the outlines of the design. It creates a vivid contrast with the cool steel color used for the filling. Red creates bright accents, while white is used for the background.

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