Mariners Alternate Logo
The Seattle Mariners are a professional baseball team based in Seattle, Washington. Since their inception in 1977, the Mariners have been known for having an iconic logo that has evolved over time to reflect the changing times and identity of the organization. The alternate logos they have used throughout their history is reflective of this evolution and provides insight into how far they’ve come as an organization since their early days.
The first alternate logo was introduced during the 1994 season when Ken Griffey Jr., one of baseball’s all-time greats, joined forces with Randy Johnson to form “The Dynamic Duo” on the field for Seattle. This new look featured a navy blue circle with two intersecting M's representing both players' initials inside it along with "Seattle" written across its top half and "Mariners" written on its bottom half - creating what many consider to be one of MLB's most recognizable logos ever created at that point in time.
In 2001, another updated version was unveiled featuring a more modernized design that included three interlocking parts: A larger teal circle containing an image resembling Mt Rainier; An outer ring made up entirely out white stars; And lastly within these circles were two bolded red letters “S” & “M". This new look lasted until 2013 when yet another update occurred featuring several different elements such as wave patterns inspired by traditional Northwest Native American art forms combined with classic imagery from previous versions like Mt Rainier & stars - making it easily identifiable while still maintaining some familiarities from past designs fans had grown accustomed too over years prior. Ultimately this latest iteration served as a perfect representation of not only what current-era Mariners stood for but also paid homage to where exactly came from before them – something any true fan could appreciate!
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2015 - Present
Mariners primary logo recolored in blue, yellow, and cream.
1993 - Present
Arced wordmark “SEATTLE” above navigation star that is on top of a white baseball above the wordmark “MARINERS” in blue.