Bowie BaySox Logo

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As of 2018, the Bowie BaySox compete in the Eastern League and are the Double-A affiliate of the Baltimore Orioles.

Meaning and history

Bowie BaySox Logo history

While the history of the team goes back to 1987 when it started playing as the Williamsport Bills, the current name was chosen during the “Name-the-Team” contest in 1993. The word “Bay” is a nod to the Chesapeake Bay located to the east of Bowie.

1993 — 1999

Bowie BaySox Logo 1993

2000 — 2001

Bowie BaySox Logo 2000

2002 — Today

Bowie BaySox logo

The focal point of the Bowie BaySox logo is a large letter “B.” Its generous curves seem to have been inspired by the ocean tide in the Chesapeake Bay. The core of the letter is black and orange with white and teal elements. The “B” is placed inside an ellipse. There’s also an orange banner with the text “Bowie Baysox” in white. The ocean theme continues in the wavy pattern below the banner.

Cap emblems

One of the cap insignias features the “tail” of the “B” logo against the black background. There’s also the name of the team on an orange banner below. Another version of the cap insignia sports the “B” with the white filling and black background.


Bowie BaySox Logo baseball

The color palette of the Bowie BaySox logo looks somewhat unusual among other baseball logos. The color scheme is based on the contrast of teal and orange, which was possibly inspired by the bright sun and ocean.