Kansas City Athletics Primary Logo
Kansas City Athletics Primary Logo History
The Philadelphia Athletics started the process of moving from one coast to the other coast. They made a stop in Kansas City along the way. Their stay in Kansas City lasted for 12 years with only one logo. The alternate logo from 1963 - 1967 was the start of what is today logo for the Oakland Athletics as a roundel of a baseball with the initials of the city.
Kansas City Athletics Primary Logo 1955 – 1967
Kansas City Athletics
1955 - 1967
A carry over from Philadelphia and the final logo for Kansas City. A white with blue trim elephant standing on a white baseball holding a baseball bat with its trunk, a orange banner reading “A’s” in white on its back. The letter “A” stands for the team nickname Athletics.