Akron RubberDucks Logo

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Akron RubberDucks Logo
The logo of minor league baseball team the Akron RubberDucks, as well as its name, was inspired by the rubber history of its home city.

Meaning and History logo

Akron RubberDucks Logo history

The history of the franchise began in 1980 in Lynn, Massachusetts. The club has gone through more than five names, from the Lynn Sailors to the current one, which was adopted in 2014. Today, it is a Double-A affiliate of the Major League Baseball’s Cleveland Indians.

Primary symbol

Akron RubberDucks symbol
When the franchise was looking for a new identity, they decided to dwell upon the reputation of Akron, Ohio, as the Rubber Capital of the World. At the beginning of the previous century, all of the country’s big rubber companies were located here. The rubber theme can be seen everywhere, from the way the duck’s neck is depicted on the Akron RubberDucks logo (it reminds a tire), to the tire trace behind the word “RubberDucks.”

Cap and jersey emblems

Akron RubberDucks emblem
The two main parts of the logo are used independently on the team’s uniforms. There’re also two versions of the “A” logo.


Akron RubberDucks Logo baseball
While the palette of the Akron RubberDucks logo appears to be rather complex, at first glance, in fact, it consists of only five colors – black, blue, orange, yellow, and white. The motley effect isn’t due to the variety of colors but due to the abundance of small elements.