Dodgers Wordmark Logo
The Brooklyn Dodgers are one of the most beloved teams in baseball history, and their iconic logo has been a part of that legacy for decades. The original logo was designed by sports artist Ray Gatto in 1938 when the team was still known as the Brooklyn Robins. The design featured an interlocking "BR" with a robin perched atop it. This symbolized both the team's name and its home borough - Brooklyn.
Over time, this logo evolved to become more closely associated with the Dodgers brand itself rather than just representing its home city or nickname; it eventually became simply two intertwined letters “B’s” within a circle containing several stars on top of crossed bats – also known as “the Batterman Logo". It is believed that this updated version was created by graphic designer Walter Goldwater sometime during World War II to represent not only strength but also unity among Dodger fans everywhere who were separated due to military service at that time period.
Today, while other teams have come and gone from New York City over time - including those who once shared Ebbets Field with them - there is no mistaking which team belongs where: thanks largely in part to their classic wordmark logo which remains virtually unchanged since 1942! Whether you're catching a game at Coney Island or watching from afar on television screens around the world – there will always be something special about seeing those two intertwined letters proudly displayed across all sorts of merchandise: reminding us all why we love our beloved boys in blue so much!
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1938 - 1944
Slanted scripted wordmark “Brooklyn” in blue with an underscore and scripted wordmark “Dodgers” in blue with an underscore.Font: Unknown