Wisconsin Timber Rattlers Logo

Wisconsin Timber Rattlers Logo

The snake on the Wisconsin Timber Rattlers logo seems to promise a tough game.

Meaning and history Wisconsin Timber Rattlers Logo

Wisconsin Timber Rattlers Logo history

The franchise started its history in 1958 under the name of the Appleton Foxes. Currently, it’s part of the Midwest League and has the status of the Class-A affiliate of the Major League Baseball team Milwaukee Brewers.

Old symbol

Wisconsin Timber Rattlers symbol

The logo adopted in 1995 was based on a wordmark. The lettering “Rattlers” was given in a black script with the red outline, while the word “Timber” in a traditional sans serif type could be seen above.

The 2011 emblem

Wisconsin Timber Rattlers emblem

The redesign was performed by the sports branding firm Studio Simon. The centerpiece of the updated Wisconsin Timber Rattlers logo is a curled-up snake having a menacing look at its muzzle, which is only reinforced by its sharp fangs. The word “Wisconsin” in white can be seen on a cardinal banner above, followed by “Timber” in grey and “Rattlers” in white.

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