This iteration of the Chicago Cubs logo is easily one of best. It has been a continual evolution that started with this 1919 version of the logo. There are 6 different versions of the current classic logo of a "C" with "UBS" inside the "C." The Cubs have a total of 15 different logos going back to the Orphans first logo in 1870.
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1979 - Present
The giant “C” has become rounder inside the blue circle and more geometric while the outlines are thicker. The giant “C” has the “UBS” added inside the “C.” The blue circle has now become much thicker and bold.
1957 - 1978
The 1957 logo removed the form fitting blue “C” outline and made the outline a complete circle around the “C.” Continued with red “UBS” inside the rounded red “C” with a wide blue circle.
1948 - 1956
The 1948 Cubs primary logo was changed the blue outline around the letter “C.” The new outline is more jagged as it comes around the letters “UBS.” Continued with red “UBS” inside the rounded red letter “C” with the blue outline.
1946 - 1947
The Cubs changed their logo in 1941 with a form fitting outline of the rounded “C.” The “C” and the wordmark “UBS” is red with the form fitting outline in blue.
1941 - 1945
The brown head of an angry bear cub. Quite a change from the normal Cubs logo, more alined with the Chicago Bears logo.
1937 - 1940
The 1936 logo is now a rounded “C” in red with a thin blue trim and the wordmark “UBS” in the center of the “C” in blue.
1927 - 1936
In 1927 the Cubs added a blue cub image from the 1911 logo to the classic wishbone “C.” The wishbone “C” is red with a thick blue trim. The letter “C” represents the city of Chicago.
1919 - 1926
Back to a red with blue trim wishbone “C” and blue wordmark “UBS.”
The 1918 logo featured a tan, rectangularish “C” with blue trim; “UBS” is written inside in blue.
Chicago’s first wordmark only “CHICAGO CUBS” in blue.
In 1916, the Cubs redesigned the logo with a new cub design and in a blue with a red border. The “C” changed as well to a wishbone style “C” with a red and blue border. The letter “C” represents the city of Chicago.
1911 - 1914
In 1911 the logo changed to an all blue logo. The cub is now blue just like the “C.” The letter “C” represents the city of Chicago.
1908 - 1910
Chicago’s first logo with a bear, features a navy blue “C” with a brown and beige bear cub holding a baseball bat inside of the “C.” The letter “C” represents the city of Chicago.
Another version of an old english letter “C” in brown. The letter “C” represents the city of Chicago.
Next logo for the Cubs is a letter block “C” in brown. The letter “C” represents the city of Chicago.
1903 - 1905
The Cubs continued with the Orphan’s logo with an old english letter “C” in blue. The letter “C” represents the city of Chicago.
1898 - 1902
The Orphans logo is an old english letter “C” in blue. The letter “C” represents the city of Chicago.