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Toronto Blue Jays Logo

Primary Logo (2004-2011)

What is the Toronto Blue Jays Logo?

The Toronto Blue Jays logo used from 2004 to 2011 was a great departure from anything the team had used previously. The logo featured a mostly black and silver colour scheme with blue relegated to a trim colour and the head of the bird. A blue jay head is shown facing the left next to a stylized JAYS in white with silver bevelling and an underscore. This was the only Blue Jays logo not to include the colour red nor a maple leaf. This logo was in use for eight seasons before being replaced with a modernized version of their original logo and colours in 2012.

Designer

Brandid

Unveiled on Tuesday, September 2, 2003
First worn Monday, April 5, 2004
Last worn Wednesday, September 28, 2011

Notable Players of this era:

Edwin Encarnacion, Scott Rolen, Frank Thomas, Roy Halladay, Carlos Delgado

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