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Brooklyn Superbas

1899-1901

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This was the Superbas' first logo. It is an old english "B" in red.

1902-1908

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From '02 to '08, Brooklyn made the "B" blue.

1909

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In 1909, the Superbas made the blue a bit lighter and switched the "B" to a font that is similar to Bruce Double Pica.

1910

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The Superbas darkened the blue and put a baseball field around the logo.

Brooklyn Trolley Dodgers

1911

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This logo was the same as the one in 1910, but the team was called the Brooklyn Trolley Dodgers.

Brooklyn Dodgers

1912-1913

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The corners of the field connected, the logo was a tad bigger, and the team was the Brooklyn Dodgers, eliminating the "Trolley".

1914-1925

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This was the same logo that the Superbas used in 1909.

1926-1927

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This was the same as the 1912-1913 logo.

1928

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In 1928, the "B" was shrunken and a red circle was around it.

1929

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The Dodgers switched to a sky blue and put a red border around the "B".

1930

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This 1930 logo looks similar to the current Boston Red Sox logo. The main differences are a slightly different font, the diamond in the "B", and the blue outline.

1931

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1932-1936

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1937

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1938-1951

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1952-1957

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Los Angeles Dodgers

1958-2011

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This logo lasted a while. The word "Dodgers" is written in script, and a baseball is flying overhead.

2012-present

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In 2012, LA bolded the logo. The blue and red became darker. The 'o' was also slightly modified.


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