Toronto Blue Jays Logo

Primary Logo (2003)

What is the Toronto Blue Jays Logo?

The Toronto Blue Jays T-Bird logo was first introduced as a Batting Practice logo in 2000 before it quickly found its way onto their alternate uniforms and then eventually as the primary team logo for a single season in 2003. The logo featured a blue jay bird holding a yellow baseball bat and tossing a baseball while sporting a maple leaf tattoo on its arm, wrapped around a large red letter T. This logo was always intended to bridge the gap between identities as the club had planned and delivered a major rebrand for 2004.

Unveiled on Tuesday, February 1, 2000
Last worn Sunday, September 28, 2003
Image last updated on Tuesday, December 26, 2023

Notable Players of this era:

Carlos Delgado, Roy Halladay

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