Eastern League logo

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Meaning and history

Eastern League Logo history

1988 – 1997

Eastern League Logo 1988

The earliest Eastern League logo (1988-1997) depicted blue crisscrossed baseball bats with the letters “E” and “L” on both sides.

1998 – 2018

Eastern League Logo 1998
For some 20 years, they’ve used this logo instead. It depicts a grey shield with arched blue space on the top, as well as edges of the same color. The grey space contains two big, red ‘A’ letters, as well as ‘Baseball’ written in blue right beneath them. The blue bit instead said ‘Eastern League’ in white serif letters. There was also an image of a red ribbon near the bottom of the logo, which said ‘est. 1923’ in white.

2019 – Today

Eastern League logo

There’s certainly a pirate theme inspiration behind the Eastern League logo. For one, the crisscrossed baseball bats are reminiscent of the legendary flag (Jolly Roger). Also, there’re actually two flags on the top of the logo, which make the pirate theme even more prominent. Below the flags, there’s the lettering “Eastern League” in a white script. It is placed over a navy blue rhombus “standing” on one of its obtuse angles. This emblem was introduced in 2018.