Rancho Cucamonga Quakes Logo

Rancho Cucamonga Quakes Logo
The Quakes, a MiLB team, started playing in Rancho Cucamonga, California in 1993, but the franchise’s history goes back to 1966 when they were known as the Crushers and were based in Lodi, California. Over its lifespan the team has gone through a number of ownership changes as well as renaming and relocations.
Rancho Cucamonga Quakes Emblem


The name “Quakes” was suggested by fans, and it turned out to be fitting as their ballpark is located close to earthquake fault lines.

Logo History

Rancho Cucamonga Quakes Logo history
The 1993 logo incorporates a stylized wordmark “Quakes” in blue and black with a white fringing. It features an “earthquake fault line” across it. “RANCHO CUCAMONGA” in black capital letters is above and “PROFESSIONAL BASBALL CLUB” is positioned below.
The second logo of this era became current in 2001. The Quakes altered their previous mark adding more elements to it and colors.
Rancho Cucamonga Quakes Logo baseball
It is the same “Quakes” in “cracked” font but this time in beige against a blue background. It goes across a black circle with a white baseball in the center featuring beige seams. “Rancho” in white capital letters is written on the black outer circle above and “Cucamonga” is presented in the same color and format below.
The logo has a professional look, though it seems a bit distressing.