New York–Penn League logo

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Meaning and history

New York–Penn League Logo history

1976 – 2008

New York–Penn League Logo 1976
The 1976 logo is an elaborate composition. In its base, there’s a green rhomb with a yellow outline and smaller, white rhombs on the corners. Its middle is held by a big baseball image with bats crossed behind it. Above, ‘New York-Penn’ is written in curved, red letters. Below, a little red ribbon features the words ‘class A’ in black.

2009 – Today

New York–Penn League logo
From the point of view of the color scheme and visual core, the New York-Penn League logo looks traditional. The combination of navy blue, red, and white has been used by many teams, to say nothing of the Major League and Minor League Baseball themselves. Also, there’s a white baseball with red seams.
What makes the logo recognizable is the hourglass shape of the lettering “New York-Penn” placed over the baseball. Its large ends stretch beyond the roundel creating a distinctive and memorable outline. Earlier, the League used a logo featuring crisscrossed bats and a baseball over a green square.
New York–Penn League logo