Round Rock Express Logo

Round Rock Express Logo

The baseball team Round Rock Express competing in the Pacific Coast League has a logo inspired by the “train” theme, which perfectly fits its name.

Meaning and history Round Rock Express Logo

Round Rock Express Logo history

The team started its history in 1979 as Ogden A’s. After more than two decades spent under the name of Edmonton Trappers, the team eventually relocated to Round Rock, Texas, in 2005 and adopted its current name. By the way, it was inspired by the senior Ryan’s pitcher nickname, “The Ryan Express.”

Old symbol

Round Rock Express symbol

The original Round Rock Express logo featured the arched lettering “Express” in red with a railroad track (navy blue, grey) going around it. The text “Round Rock” can be seen above.

The 2010 emblem

Round Rock Express emblem

When the team was upgraded from Double-A to Triple-A and became an affiliate of the Texas Rangers in 2010, the brand identity was modified, too. The primary emblem developed by Louisville, KY-based Studio Simon placed the team’s name on the front part of a train.

Colors

Round Rock Express Logo old

The palette is based heavily on that of the Texas Rangers logo. Similar to the parent team’s emblem, the Round Rock Express logo features blue, red, and white. However, due to the addition of silver, their logo looks a bit softer and more subdued than the Ranger’s emblem.

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