Pacific Coast League logo

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Meaning and history

Pacific Coast League Logo history

1980 – 1989

Pacific Coast League Logo 1980
The original logo was a black-and-white drawing of a baseball with a round frame around it. Furthermore, several lines of various lengths stretched from it to both sides. The frame held the league’s name: ‘The Pacific Coast Baseball League’.

1998 – Today

Pacific Coast League logo

The centerpiece  of the Pacific Coast League logo is the lettering “Triple A” in white and “Baseball” in yellow. The first part of the text is given in bold block letters, while “Baseball” features a curvy and soft script.

The lettering is placed over a dark red square “standing” on its angle. There’s also a baseball “orbiting” around the emblem. You can even see a light blue trace behind it.

This version was adopted in 1998. Earlier, the League used a black-and-white logo featuring a baseball with eight horizontal streaks on either side. The baseball was encircled by the name of the organization.