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 and two different logos. The final logo 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 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.