State College Spikes Logo

State College Spikes Logo

Based in State College, Pennsylvania, the minor league baseball team State College Spikes plays in the New York–Penn League at the Short-Season A level.

Meaning and history

State College Spikes Logo history

The history of the team started in 1958 in Auburn, New York. Initially, it was an affiliate of the New York Yankees. It has changed affiliations more than once until in 2013 it became an affiliate of the St. Louis Cardinals. The current name was adopted in 2006.

Primary symbol

State College Spikes symbol

The State College Spikes logo depicts a young white-tailed deer leaping over the word “Spikes” given in an unusual decorative script. The words “State College” are given on a red ribbon.

Alternate emblems

State College Spikes emblem

The cap insignia features a deer’s horn with a red ribbon. Another secondary logo showcases a deer’s muzzle with a fierce look on it.


State College Spikes Logo baseball

The main colors of the State College Spikes logo are navy blue, cardinal, old gold, and yellow, while white is used for the background.