St. Louis Browns Primary Logo
Most of the Browns logos over their 51 years in St. Louis are the acronym of the city of St. Louis. However, the last two were a change from the acronym to logos. The shield logo in 1936 is a great looking logo.
St. Louis Browns
1952 - 1953
Change of logo to Brownie the Elf in orange, black and brown.
1936 - 1951
This marks the first logo without a letter or city name. Statue of Saint Louis on horseback holding his sword mounted on top of a shield. The shield has brown stars on the top with orange and brown strips. On top of the strips is a white baseball with the wordmark “BROWNS.”
1916 - 1935
For this logo they drop the “t” to just have the letters “SL” in brown. The acronym “STL” stands for the city of St. Louis
1911 - 1915
A new combination of the city acronym “StL” again in brown. The acronym “STL” stands for the city of St. Louis
1908 - 1910
The Browns changed their logo to a brown fleur-de-lis logo.
1906 - 1907
A brown ‘STL’ inside a brown stick figure baseball diamond. The acronym “STL” stands for the city of St. Louis.
1902 - 1905
The first logo for St. Louis Browns was “ST.L” with the period being below the “T” in the color brown. The acronym “STL” stands for the city of St. Louis.