Staten Island Yankees Logo

Staten Island Yankees Logo
The Staten Island Yankees logo delves upon the symbolism of the American flag both in terms of the shapes and the palette. The same approach has been used for the logo of the parent team, the New York Yankees.

Meaning and History logo

Staten Island Yankees Logo history


The franchise was formed out of the Watertown Indians and the Oneonta Yankees. It started playing in Staten Island in 1999. Today, it’s the Short-Season A classification affiliate of the New York Yankees.

Primary symbol

Staten Island Yankees symbol
The primary logo sports the word “Yankees” in a blue script imitating handwriting. There’re three red five-pointed stars above.

Alternative emblems

Staten Island Yankees emblem
On a larger logo, you can see a hat on a baseball bat behind the wordmark. Also, the text “Staten Island” can be seen inside the extended end of the “s.”
As for the cap insignia, it features the white “y” on the dark blue background.

Colors

Staten Island Yankees Logo baseball
The colors featured on the Staten Island Yankees logo are the colors of the United States flag – red, blue, and white.