Albuquerque Isotopes Logo

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The logo of the baseball team the Albuquerque Isotopes, which belongs to the Pacific Coast League, shows how a designer can give a “sporty” feel even to a chemical concept.

Meaning and history

Albuquerque Isotopes Logo history

The Albuquerque Isotopes, which are now the Triple-A affiliate of the Colorado Rockies, were founded in 1971 under the name of the Salt Lake City Gulls. The current name was adopted in 2003, following the club’s relocation to Albuquerque from Calgary. It was then that the team unveiled its iconic “atom” logo.

Albuquerque Isotopes logo


Albuquerque Isotopes Symbol

The Albuquerque Isotopes logo is a combination of the capital letter “A” (the initial of “Albuquerque”) and a stylized depiction of an atom, where neutrons move at an unbelievable speed. One of the neutrons is actually a baseball, which makes the logo more relevant.

The logo is connected with the name of the team – isotopes are variants of the same chemical element with equal numbers of protons but a different number of neutrons. So, an isotope was depicted on the logo in the form of one of its atoms.

Alternative emblems

Albuquerque Isotopes emblems

The club uses cap logos featuring the same shape but different colors schemes. They also have a capital “I” logo with a neutron revolving around the letter.


Albuquerque Isotopes baseball logo

The Albuquerque Isotopes logo features red, black, grey, and several shades of orange and yellow on the white background.