This evolution of the image of the cub has come from a cuddly cub to a more ferocious looking cub. The change to the red, blue and white in the 1979 alternate logo was a great move to what is now a classy looking primary logo.
Sports Logo History thanks you for visiting our logo site. If you are using any of our logos for news, blogs, flyers, posters, or social media graphics, please give credit to SportsLogoHistory.com.
1997 - Present
Angry blue cub walking inside of red letter “C.” The letter “C” represents the city of Chicago.
1994 - 1996
A blue cub head facing straight on in a red circle.
1979 - 1993
A cutie blue cub head facing straight on in a red circle.
1972 - 1978
A blue cub head with a yellow face, worn on the Chicago Cubs home and road jersey sleeves from 1972 – 1978.
1962 - 1971
A navy blue bear cub head with yellow face and rounded ears. Worn on sleeve of Chicago Cubs jerseys from 1962 – 1971. Altered slightly for 1972 season to make ears less rounded.
1949 - 1961
Red cub head over scripted “Cubs” with the letter “C” in red and “ubs” in blue.
1950 - 1956
A brown bear cub head.
1950 - 1956
A brown and black bear cub head within a yellow shield.
1934 - 1937
A red bear cub standing and holding a blue baseball above its head inside of a red and blue border letter “C.” Worn on Chicago Cubs alternate home jerseys from 1934 – 1937. The letter “C” represents the city of Chicago.
1909 - 1910
Large navy blue letter “C” with “UBS” written inside of it, worn on the Chicago Cubs road uniform from 1909 – 1910.