Toronto Blue Jays Logo

Primary Logo (1977-1993)

What is the Toronto Blue Jays Logo?

The Toronto Blue Jays original logo introduced for their 1977 expansion season and worn for two World Series championships. The logo featured a double-blue side profile of a blue jay bird head on a red baseball and a maple leaf symbolizing Canada to the side. The team name in blue split-style lettering surrounds it. A minor update was made to this logo circa 1993-94 as part of the digitization of MLB graphics.


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Unveiled on Friday, October 8, 1976
Image last updated on Tuesday, December 26, 2023

Notable Players of this era:

Fred McGriff, John Olerud, Joe Carter, Roberto Alomar, Dave Stieb, Jimmy Key, David Wells, Paul Molitor, Dave Winfield, Jack Morris, Rickey Henderson, David Cone, Phil Niekro, Carlos Delgado

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