Northwest League logo

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Meaning and history

Northwest League Logo history

1955 – 2016

Northwest League Logo 1955

The original logo depicts the acronym ‘NWL’, written in big, red letters. That being said, their left-most side is extended further into a rectangle of sorts. On this extended shape, they’ve put white silhouettes of a catcher and a hitter, ready to strike the ball. The ball itself is a little dot half-way into the acronym with a line that goes from it, across the letters and off into the right.

2017 – Today

Northwest League logo
The soft and transparent colors of the Northwest League logo make it highly recognizable and eye-pleasing. The emblem, which was introduced in 2017, depicts a tranquil landscape – a mountain, a forest, and a lake below the blue sky. There’s a baseball on the forefront, which creates a link to the sports theme.

The landscape is encircled by the lettering “Northwest League” in dark blue and “Professional Baseball” in green.

In comparison with the emblem used by the Northwest League in 1955-2016, the current one looks calmer and more peaceful. Also, it is more distinctive than its blue-and-red predecessor.

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