Senior Professional Baseball Association Logo

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Senior Professional Baseball Association is the name of a former baseball league, which was established in the USA in 1989, and only “survived” two winter seasons. The main thing about the league was the age of the players: from 32 for the catcher, and 35 for everyone else.

Meaning and history

Senior Professional Baseball Association was created for older players, and the idea seemed very interesting and perspective. In both seasons of the SPBA there were eight teams, split into Northern and Southern divisions, competing for the main trophy. St.Petersburg Pelicans are the league’s champions.

What is Senior Professional Baseball Association?
Senior Professional Baseball Association was the name of a winter baseball league, which was established in the United States in 1989 and ceased all operations in 1990.

As the League only operated for one year, the visual identity history of SPBA was not very intense, with just one logo created in 1989.

1989 – 1990

Senior Professional Baseball Association Logo

The Senior Professional Baseball Association logo was designed in 1989 and hasn’t changed by the second season. It was a simple yet bright geometric badge in the red and white color palette, with the ball as the central element. The white baseball ball with two red stitches set vertically was placed on a solid red rhombus in a double white and red framing. The serif “SPBA” abbreviation was written in red capitals between the stitches on the ball, also vertically. Simple, but recognizable and meaningful.