This was the Superbas' first logo. It is an old english "B" in red.
From '02-'08, Brooklyn made the "B" blue.
In 1909, the Superbas made the blue a bit lighter and switched the "B" to a font that is similar to Bruce Double Pica.
The Superbas darkened the blue and put a baseball field around the logo.
Brooklyn Trolley Dodgers
This logo was the same as the one in 1910, but the team was called the Brooklyn Trolley Dodgers.
The corners of the field connected, the logo was a tad bigger, and the team was the Brooklyn Dodgers, eliminating the "Trolley."
This was the same logo that the Superbas used in 1909.
This was the same as the 1912-1913 logo.
In 1928, the "B" was shrunken and a red circle was but around it.
The Dodgers switched to a sky blue and put a red border around the "B".
This 1930 logo looks similar to the current Boston Red Sox logo. The main differences are a slightly different font, the diamond in the "B", and the blue outline.
Los Angeles Dodgers
This logo lasted a while. The word "Dodgers" is wrote in script, and a baseball is flying overhead.
In 2012, LA bolded the logo. The blue and red became darker.
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