Found December 02, 2011 on The Outside Corner:
Logo month, day two. There are plenty of iconic logos in baseball that everyone is familiar with, from the Tigers' old English D, to the Yankees' interlocking NY, to the Phillies' liberty bell. But throughout baseball history, there have been logos that existed for long or short periods of time that just seem to fade away, and never seem to pop up on any throwback merchandise. In recent years, logos from recent years, like the Brewers' glove and ball or the Braves' lowercase A and feather, have begun to show up on retro merchandise, and populate avatars on Twitter and elsewhere. But what about those retro logos that don't seem to have much love thrown their way? Today, we're going to take a look at ten logos that you probably didn't know existed....not because you're ignorant, but just because they don't get around too much. Enjoy. Baltimore Orioles Alternate, 1965-1967I came across this one while looking at images of the Orioles old smilin...
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