Tri-City ValleyCats Logo

Tri-City ValleyCats Logo
Although the Tri-City ValleyCats are affiliated with the Houston Astros, the teams’ logos don’t reflect this connection.

Meaning and History logo

Tri-City ValleyCats Logo history


While the history of the Tri-City ValleyCats officially started in 2002, the team actually traces its roots to 1977. Its original name the Little Falls Mets was replaced by the Pittsfield Mets in 1989, then by Pittsfield Astros in 2001 and eventually by the current one.

Primary symbol

Tri-City ValleyCats symbol
The Tri-City ValleyCats logo showcases an anthropomorphized cat holding a baseball bat in its paws. It’s one of the team’s mascots, called Southpaw. He is depicted above black firs on the dark green background, and there’s also the team script in red below.

Alternative emblems

Tri-City ValleyCats emblem
The cap insignia depicts Southpaw’s muzzle over interlocking “C” and “V.” There’s also an alternative emblem depicting Southpaw’s head without any additional elements.

Colors

Tri-City ValleyCats Logo baseball
The palette is somewhat complex. In addition to scarlet, black, tan, silver, and green, it also comprises black and white.