Brewers Primary Logo
The Milwaukee Brewers have a long and storied history, dating back to their inception in 1900. The team has gone through several name changes over the years, but one thing that remains constant is its iconic primary logo. This logo has been used in some form since the early days of Major League Baseball and continues to be an important part of the team’s identity today.
The original version of this logo was first introduced in 1901 when the team changed its name from “the Seattle Pilots” to “the Milwaukee Brewers” for marketing purposes. It featured a simple blue circle with white lettering spelling out ‘Brewers' inside it; however, there were no other images or graphics included in this design at that time. Over time, as technology improved and graphic design became more sophisticated, so did this classic emblem which now features a baseball glove encircled by two crossed bats above it along with bold text reading 'Milwaukee'.
Today's iteration of this timeless symbol also includes additional elements such as stars around its perimeter which represent each championship won by the franchise throughout its existence; these include both World Series titles (1982 & 2019) as well as American League pennants (1981). Additionally, there are small details like red stitching on either side of the glove signifying America's pastime while simultaneously honoring those who make up Wisconsin's strong fan base - all coming together to create an instantly recognizable mark that will continue representing one MLB organization for many years to come!
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Like most teams before the 1900’s the logo was just a wordmark of the city “MILWAUKEE.”