Brooklyn Dodgers Primary Logo
Brooklyn Dodgers Primary Logo History
The origin of the Dodgers started back in 1912, when the then Brooklyn team started calling themselves as the "Brooklyn Trolley Dodgers" something that happened in Brooklyn at the time. The name was shortened in 1932 to just the "Dodgers." The Dodgers started with the typical letter "B" logo till 1938, when the wordmark "Dodgers" was created and is still used today. The final logo is the wordmark within a diamond shape orange background.
Brooklyn Dodgers Primary Logo 1952 – 1957
1952 - 1957
The “Dodgers” wordmark on a bronze diamond with a baseball above the letter “g.”
Brooklyn Dodgers Primary Logo 1938 – 1951
1938 - 1951
The original wordmark “Dodgers” scripted logo with the tail on the “S.”
Brooklyn Dodgers Primary Logo 1937
This is the last logo with a letter for the Dodgers. The Dodgers went to a block letter “B” in dark blue.
Brooklyn Dodgers Primary Logo 1932 – 1936
1932 - 1936
The Dodgers switched back to the font that is similar to Bruce Double Pica and the royal blue with a triangle in the middle of the letter “B.”
Brooklyn Dodgers Primary Logo 1912 – 1913
1912 - 1913
The corners of the baseball field are connected, the logo was a little bigger, and the team was now called the Brooklyn Dodgers, eliminating the name “Trolley.”
Brooklyn Trolley Dodgers Primary Logo 1911
Brooklyn Trolley Dodgers
The team logo carried over from the logo in 1910, as the team was now called the Brooklyn Trolley Dodgers.