Mariners Primary Logo
The Seattle Mariners' primary logo has been a staple of the baseball team since its inception in 1977. It is one of the most recognizable logos in all of the professional sports and has gone through several iterations over the years. The original logo featured a blue trident with an orange circle behind it, representing both water and fire, which were key elements to Seattle's maritime culture at the time. In 1992, this design was updated to feature a more modern look with silver accents replacing some of the colors from before while still retaining its classic feel.
In 2000, when Safeco Field opened up as their new home stadium, they unveiled yet another version that incorporated navy blue into their color scheme for added contrast against white uniforms or caps worn by players on game days; this iteration also included two interlocking "S"s within an orange circle to represent both city name initials as well as showing solidarity amongst teammates playing together on one field under one banner each season thereafter until 2017 when they decided to go back towards their roots by reintroducing teal into their palette alongside navy & white - making them stand out even further from other MLB teams who often stick solely with traditional red/white/blue combinations throughout league play.
Today’s current version features three different shades: light-teal (representing sea foam), dark-teal (symbolizing waves), and grey (which symbolizes mountains). This combination creates harmony between land & sea alongside unity among fans across all ages groups who come together during games held at T-Mobile Park located downtown near the Puget Sound waterfront area where many locals have grown up watching Mariner baseball games over decades past - thus creating lasting memories that will continue being shared for generations ahead no matter what changes may happen down the road ahead!
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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.