MLB

New York Mets

In 1962, the New York Metropolitans began play in Queens in an effort to reestablish the National League's presence in the Big Apple after the departure of the Dodgers and Giants following the 1957 season. Their classic caps were also born out of this concept, borrowing...

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Arizona Diamondbacks

The Arizona Diamondbacks started their major league journey in 1998, alongside the Tampa Bay Devil Rays. Their original color palette of purple, turquoise, and copper was shaped by the fashions of the time, as well as their original owner's proclivity for the grape-like hue. Their...

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Miami Marlins

The Marlins franchise was born alongside the Colorado Rockies in 1993. In their inaugural season they were the first MLB team to wear teal, before the Mariners and Diamondbacks would also adopt the shade. The Florida Marlins wore teal caps with teal pinstripes at home...

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Baltimore Orioles

The first iteration of the Baltimore Orioles was a charter American League team that would play two seasons in Charm City before moving north and eventually becoming the New York Yankees. The most notable uniform of the first Orioles team was an all-black getup with...

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Toronto Blue Jays

The Blue Jays began play in the American League in 1977, along with the Seattle Mariners. They were Canada's second MLB team after the Montréal Expos but the only one remaining after the Expos moved to Washington DC. The Blue Jays first logo placed a...

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Minnesota Twins

The Minnesota Twins organization has been around since 1894, although they would not play a single inning in the Twin Cities until 1961. Before then, they were known as the Kansas City Blues of the Western League until 1901, when they would relocate to Washington...

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Boston Red Sox

The Red Sox, or Boston Americans as they were known at the time, began play in 1901 as a charter member of the newly formed American League. The Americans were blue and white, but that changed in 1908 when Boston's AL team changed its name...

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Kansas City Royals

Upon joining Major League Baseball in 1969, the Kansas City Royals have been a model of branding consistency. The primary logo has been tweaked over the years but has also continued to employ a gold crown over a blue banner. The original version featured a...

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Colorado Rockies

Contrary to the other MLB team born in 1993, the Colorado Rockies have had the same branding elements since their inception, only switching their CR cap logo to primary logo status before the 2017 season. The Rockies' color palette has been just as consistent with...

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Houston Astros

Houston first became a major league city in 1962, but the team would not be known as the Astros until 1965. For those first three seasons, Lone Star baseball was known as the Houston Colt .45s. They wore navy caps with ".45s" on them in...

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