In 1992 it came time to finally update the team logo and give them something to stand out after nearly 20 years of blue and yellow and a trident. The team’s name with the nautical compass suddenly makes more sense in this context and the simple concept and execution of the logo brings it to life.
1993 - Present
The Seattle Mariners new logo design comprises of an 8-pointed compass that rests on a baseball. A wordmark “SEATTLE MARINERS” encircled in a northwest green ring with metallic silver, then white and then metallic silver outline. This logo was designed by the Mariners and Major League Baseball.
1987 - 1992
The “M’s” is the nickname of the Seattle Mariners which also featured in the team’s logo from 1987 – 1992. The “M’s” in blue with a yellow trim on a white baseball with blue seams.
1980 - 1986
The Mariners changed their logo to a large blue with yellow trim trident shaped as a letter “M” on a white with blue trim star.
1977 - 1979
The original Seattle logo, a wordmark “Seattle Mariners” and on the bottom “BASEBALL CLUB” with a blue trident “M” on a round circle yellow background.