Superbas Primary Logo
The Brooklyn Superbas Primary Logo is one of the most iconic logos in baseball history. It has been a part of the team's identity since its inception in 1883, and it continues to be used today as a symbol of its legacy. The logo consists of two crossed bats with an interlocking “B” and “S” on either side. This design was created by former manager Ned Hanlon, who wanted something that would represent both his team and city at once.
Over time, the logo has undergone several changes to keep up with modern trends while still maintaining its original look and feel. In 1902, when they changed their name from the Brooklyn Bridegrooms to The Dodgers (which later became known as "Brooklyn Superbas"), they updated their primary logo accordingly by adding a blue background behind it along with changing some details such as making sure all letters were capitalized instead of just having one letter capitalized like before then. Since then there have been more subtle updates made over time including color palettes being changed or different fonts being used but ultimately keeping true to what makes this classic emblem so recognizable even now after almost 140 years!
Today you can find variations on this classic primary logo everywhere from official merchandise sold online or at stadiums across America; t-shirts featuring vintage versions; hats adorned with embroidered designs; keychains sporting tiny reproductions - no matter where you go these days chances are high that someone will recognize what those two crossed bats mean: loyalty & pride for not only an organization but also for an entire borough within New York City itself! No other sports franchise quite captures nostalgia like Brooklyn's own beloved mascot does – so long live our beloved BKLYN Superbas Primary Logo!
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The Superbas darkened the blue and put a baseball field around the letter “B” that is similar to the font Bruce Double Pica. The letter “B” is smaller.
In 1909, the Superbas made the blue a bit lighter and switched the “B” to a font that is similar to Bruce Double Pica.
1902 - 1908
In 1902, Brooklyn changed the olde english letter “B” in blue.
1899 - 1901
This was the Superbas’ first logo. It is an old english letter “B” in red.