The Astros have used some version of the new logo for the better part of 30 years. The Astros have had 7 different logos over their history, never using a letter or city name only till the current logo.
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2013 - Present
The current logo is a slightly beveled white “H” that is on top the orange star on a blue circle with two orange rings and a wordmark “HOUSTON” and “ASTROS” on top and bottom of the “H” and star.
2000 - 2012
In 2000 the logo featured a scripted wordmark “Astros” in black with brick and tan trim and with swash underneath and the endless layers of colored strokes. A brick and tan star above “Astros” script.
1995 - 1999
Getting ready to leave the Astrodome, as the dome is removed from the logo. The new variation of the logo is a shooting gold star with the wordmark “ASTROS” in blue with a white trim. A wordmark “HOUSTON” about the star in blue.
New logo design with a shooting gold star and a wordmark “HOUSTON” in white and inside the star. Below the star is a wordmark “ASTROS” in gold with white trim, inside the navy blue Astrodome.
1975 - 1993
The Astros logo in 1975 slightly changed with a new smaller image of the Astrodome in blue and white with four baseballs rotating around the stadium. The wordmark “ASTROS” is now below and angled around the stadium on a orange background.
1965 - 1974
An image of the Astrodome in white and blue with four baseballs rotating around the stadium. A wordmark “ASTROS” in blue with white trim on a orange circle background.
1962 - 1964
The only logo for the Colt 45’s is a blue gun with smoke forming the letter “C” of the word “Colt” scripted above the gun and a wordmark “.45s” underneath the gun. A wordmark on top “HOUSTON” in blue.