Erie SeaWolves Unveil New Logos

Written By:  •  Saturday, November 3, 2012

The Erie SeaWolves, Double-A affiliate of the Detroit Tigers and a member of the Eastern League, unveiled their new logo set yesterday at a press conference in Erie, Pa.

A much needed upgrade over their previous set, the new logos continue the SeaWolves “Pirate Wolf” theme but in a much more modern and clean way.

Comparing the old and the new Erie SeaWolves logos

“We are proud to start a new chapter in SeaWolves history… Our new logos, colors and uniforms will enhance the ballpark experience and give fans a new reason to cheer. We’re really excited to share our new look with the fans of Erie.” – SeaWolves Team President Greg Coleman

The whole package, new primary on the right and alterate logos on the left

The new logo set was designed by Studio Simon, a design studio responsible for a large amount of solid Minor League Baseball identities including two other Tigers affiliates – the Toledo MudHens and Connecticut Tigers.

“Studio Simon did a tremendous job creating a new look that fans and players will wear with pride,” added Coleman.

Erie SeaWolves new uniforms for 2013

Erie will wear three in-game uniforms in 2013, a white home, road grey, and a red alternate.  Accompanying these three jerseys are two caps.

New to the identity is an alternate logo paying tribute to Erie’s role in the War of 1812 – a flag with a red ‘E’ on it flying from a baseball bat.  Also a nod to Erie’s nickname “Flag City”.

Alternate cap on the left, Home/Road cap on the right

New merchandise is already available for purchase courtesy the Erie SeaWolves online shop.

 

 



Article Categories:

Share This Article

Related News

About Author

Chris Creamer

Chris Creamer is the founder of SportsLogos.Net and has been maintaining it since June 1997. You can follow him on Twitter at @sportslogosnet or contact him via email at ccreamer@sportslogos.net