Mariners Primary Logo
In 1992 it came time to finally update the Seattle Mariners 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 bring it to life.
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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.