The Cleveland Blues were charter members in the upstart American League in 1901. The Blues have three logos in their short existence, one that was a wordmark and two that is the letter "C."
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Final Blues logo is a letter block “C” now in red. The letter “C” represents the city of Cleveland.
1902 - 1903
The Blues change to a block letter “C” in blue. The letter “C” represents the city of Cleveland.
Like most teams before the 1900’s the logo was just a wordmark of the city “CLEVELAND.”