Aberdeen IronBirds Logo

Aberdeen IronBirds Logo

Part of the New York–Penn League, the Aberdeen IronBirds franchise is located in the city of Aberdeen in Harford County, Maryland.

Meaning and history

Aberdeen IronBirds Logo history

While the history of the franchise can be traced back to 1977, it was only in 2002 that it adopted its current name. The Aberdeen IronBirds are affiliated with the Baltimore Orioles and play as a Short-Season A classification team.

Symbol in 2002 – 2012

Aberdeen IronBirds symbol

The old Aberdeen IronBirds logo depicted a silver airplane on which the number “8” could be seen. While it’s the number of the team owner, the retired Oriole Cal Ripken, Jr., it’s also connected with the Aberdeen Proving Ground U.S. Army installation located not far from the franchise’s hometown.

The 2013 emblem

Aberdeen IronBirds emblem

The logo features one of the team’s mascots, the gray birds (Ferrous and Ripcord).


Aberdeen IronBirds Logo old

The five-color palette comprises black, orange, white, blue, and silver.