Blues Primary Logo
The Cleveland Blues' primary logo has a long and rich history that dates back to the early 1900s. The original logo was designed in 1910 when the team joined the American League as an expansion franchise. The design featured a large blue letter “C” with two white stars on either side of it, which represented Cleveland's status as one of Ohio's major cities at that time. This iconic logo would go on to become synonymous with baseball in Northeast Ohio for nearly 90 years until 1999 when it was replaced by another version featuring a more modernized look and feel.
Throughout its tenure, there have been several slight variations to this classic design over the years including changes to color schemes and font styles used within each iteration of the logo. In addition, some versions also included additional elements such as banners or flags behind or around the "C" symbol itself which further enhanced its visual appeal while still maintaining its core identity throughout all these modifications made over time.
Today’s version is slightly different from what fans remember from decades past but still pays homage to those who came before them by keeping some aspects similar such as using blue colors for both background text along with white accents found within various parts of this new iteration making sure that everyone knows they are looking at an official piece representing their beloved hometown team; The Cleveland Blues!
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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.”