Pittsburgh Pirates Primary Logo 1960 – 1966

Bret Miller

Pittsburgh Pirates Primary Logo 1960 - 1966

In 1958, the Pirates formally replaced their logo with a cartoon image of a stubbled buccaneer wearing a black hat with a red scarf with white dots, black patch and two gold erring. Below the pirate is two gold baseball bats crossed with a wordmark “PIRATES” in black. This logo was drawn by longtime Pittsburgh Press artist Jack Berger, Sr.