New Hampshire Fisher Cats Logo

New Hampshire Fisher Cats Logo

Since 2004, when the New Hampshire Fisher Cats were granted their current name, they have had two logo updates. One of them involved the introduction of a completely new logo, while the other consisted of only a new color palette.

Meaning and history New Hampshire Fisher Cats Logo

New Hampshire Fisher Cats Logo history

The team started its history in 1993 as the New Haven Ravens. Today, they compete in the Eastern League and are affiliated with the Toronto Blue Jays.

Symbol

New Hampshire Fisher Cats symbol

The main character of the earliest New Hampshire Fisher Cats logo (2004) is a brown fisher cat (there’re a lot of them all over New Hampshire). The cat is holding a bat and ball and has its mouth open showing sharp fangs. There’s a forest on the background. The emblem was developed by Studio Simon.

Emblem since 2008

New Hampshire Fisher Cats emblem

The 2008 redesign carried out by Rickabaugh Graphics was supposed to make the emblem “a little friendlier,” pointed out Rick Brenner, the team’s General Manager. While the forest disappeared from the logo, it left a lot of green elements as a replacement. According to Brenner, the color shift of 2011 was meant to introduce patriotic motives brought about by the colors of the US flag.

Colors

New Hampshire Fisher Cats Logo baseball

Navy blue, red, grey, and white are all incorporated into the New Hampshire Fisher Cats logo.

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