Danville Braves Logo

Danville Braves Logo

As a farm team of the Atlanta Braves, the Minor League Baseball franchise the Danville Braves has always used a logo that is heavily based on the parent team’s emblem.

Meaning and history

Danville Braves Logo history

The Danville Braves started playing under their current name in 1993, after relocating to Danville, Virginia. They compete in the Appalachian League at the Advanced Rookie level. In 1982-1993, they were called the Pulaski Braves and played in Pulaski, Virginia.

Symbol in 1993-2009

Danville Braves symbol

The original Danville Braves logo consisted of two parts: the Atlanta Braves emblem, which was left unchanged, and a drop shape with a baseball inside.

The 2010 emblem

Danville Braves emblem

While this version still resembles the parent team’s logo, it has more unique features. For one, the red tomahawk has been slightly rotated. Also, the “Braves” script has been replaced by a large “D” in the same style.