New York Yankees Logo

Primary Logo (1968-Pres)

What is the New York Yankees Logo?

The New York Yankees logo shows a patriotic Uncle Sam-style stovepipe cap with red, white, and blue stars and stripes placed on top of a red and white baseball bat. The bat forms the part of the k in the red scripted Yankees across a red and white baseball. This logo was first introduced in the 1940s but cleaned up slightly for this version in 1968. The Yankees used both logos concurrently up until 1980.


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Notable Players of this era:

Derek Jeter, Willie Randolph, Graig Nettles, Alex Rodriguez, Dave Winfield, Mariano Rivera, Mark Teixeira, Jason Giambi, Reggie Jackson, Alfonso Soriano, Wade Boggs, Rickey Henderson, Johnny Damon, Andy Pettitte, Bobby Abreu, Ron Guidry, Ichiro Suzuki, Gary Sheffield, Carlos Beltran, Goose Gossage, CC Sabathia, Mike Mussina, Tim Raines, Tommy John, Roger Clemens, Andruw Jones, Bobby Bonds, David Cone, Mickey Mantle, Catfish Hunter, David Wells, Jimmy Key, Kenny Lofton, Dwight Gooden, Randy Johnson, Phil Niekro, Kenny Rogers, Luis Tiant, John Olerud, Jim Kaat, Edwin Encarnacion, Jose Canseco, Kevin Brown, Ivan Rodriguez, Bartolo Colon, Rick Reuschel, Gaylord Perry, Dave Kingman, Lee Smith, Frank Tanana

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