Philadelphia Phillies Alternate Logo
Philadelphia Phillies Alternate Logo History
For over 125 years, the Phillies have a nice collection of alternate logos. The letter "P" with a baseball in the center from 1971 -1991 is one that is a classic. The current alternate logo has a wordmark "Phillies" with a ball coming around the wordmark.
Philadelphia Phillies Alternate Logo 1998 – Present
1998 - Present
Scripted wordmark “Phillies” in red with blue trim and a ball streaking around the script. Two blue stars for the dot on the “i.”
Philadelphia Phillies Primary Logo 1984 – 1991
1984 - 1991
The 1984 Phillies logo is a white baseball with red seams in the background. On top of the baseball is a wordmark “PHILADELPHIA” in blue with a blue circle around the baseball. At the bottom is the Philadelphia tower. Finally, a wordmark scripted “Phillies” in red.
Philadelphia Phillies Alternate Logo 1973 – 1986
1973 - 1986
A maroon letter “P.” The letter “P” represents the team nickname Phillies.
Philadelphia Phillies Alternate Logo 1944 – 1945
1944 - 1945
In 1944 the Phillies had a nickname contest via a local newspaper in which fans could submit their ideas for a second team nickname — Blue Jays was the winning choice and, while the team was still known as the Philadelphia Phillies officially, they wore this blue jay logo on their uniform sleeves.
Philadelphia Phillies Alternate Logo 1927 – 1932
1927 - 1932
A red old-english style letter “P” inside a red shape diamond. The letter “P” represents the team nickname Phillies.
Philadelphia Phillies Alternate Logo 1921 – 1922
1921 - 1922
A red block letter “P” inside a black and white circle. The letter “P” represents the team nickname Phillies.