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  1. Here's my final post on this topic. Dodger Stadium: Normally, Dodger Stadium never put team logos on its outfield wall during this period, but when the stadium hosted the All-Star Game in 1980, there were team logos placed on the outfield wall for that game only. Unlike most stadiums during that period, Dodger Stadium put cap logos on its outfield wall as opposed to primary logos, NL team logos were located on the left field wall while AL team logos were located on the right field wall. Note that the Red Sox logo is much father away from the other AL team logos and is closer to the NL team logos for some reason. Left field from left to right: LA, HOU, ATL, STL, PIT, CIN, NYM, SD, PHI, MTL, SF, CHC Right field from left to right: BOS, CLE, DET, OAK, NYY, MIL, BAL, KC, TEX, CHW, TOR, SEA, MIN, CAL Conclusion: MLB team logos on stadium outfield wall peaked from the late 1970s to the mid 1990s where at least 7 stadiums had team logos from 1978 to 1995. This was mainly seen in the multipurpose/cookie cutter stadiums of the era, more often seen in the NL rather than the AL. In addition, nearly every stadium that had Astroturf featured put team logos on its outfield wall at some point. By 2000, only one team was still putting team logos on its outfield wall, the Expos. This came to an end when the Expos relocated to Washington (becoming the Nationals) after the 2004 season. pre-1976: no teams 1976 - 3 teams: PHI, PIT, HOU, (uncertain about TEX) 1977 - 5 teams: PHI, PIT, HOU, TEX, SEA 1978 - 7 teams: PHI, PIT, HOU, TEX, SEA, TOR, SD 1979 - 8 teams: PHI, PIT, HOU, SEA, TOR, SD, STL, (uncertain about TEX) 1980 - 9 teams: PHI, PIT, HOU, SEA, TOR, SD, STL, NYM, LA (all star game only)(uncertain about TEX) 1981 - 8 teams: PHI, PIT, HOU, SEA, TOR, SD, STL, NYM (uncertain about TEX or ATL) 1982 - 8 teams: PHI, PIT, HOU, SEA, TOR, STL, NYM, ATL 1983 - 8 teams: PHI, HOU, SEA, TOR, STL, NYM, ATL, SD 1984 - 8 teams: PHI, HOU, SEA, TOR, STL, NYM, ATL, SD (uncertain about CLE) 1985 - 10 teams: PHI, HOU, SEA, TOR, STL, NYM, ATL, SD, MIN, CLE 1986 - 9 teams: PHI, SEA, TOR, STL, NYM, ATL, SD, MIN, CLE 1987 - 10 teams: PHI, SEA, TOR, STL, NYM, ATL, SD, MIN, CLE, MTL 1988 - 10 teams: PHI, SEA, TOR, STL, NYM, ATL, SD, MIN, CLE, MTL 1989 - 10 teams: PHI, SEA, TOR, STL, NYM, ATL, SD, MIN, MTL, CAL (uncertain about CLE) 1990 - 10 teams: PHI, SEA, TOR, STL, NYM, ATL, SD, MIN, MTL, CAL (uncertain about CLE) 1991 - 9 teams: PHI, TOR, STL, NYM, ATL, SD, MIN, MTL, CAL 1992 - 8 teams: PHI, TOR, STL, NYM, SD, MIN, MTL, CAL 1993 - 9 teams: PHI, TOR, STL, NYM, SD, MIN, MTL, CAL, COL 1994 - 9 teams: PHI, TOR, STL, NYM, MIN, MTL, CAL, COL, PIT 1995 - 7 teams: PHI, TOR, STL, MIN, MTL, CAL, PIT 1996 - 6 teams: PHI, TOR, MTL, CAL, PIT, FLA (uncertain about MIN) 1997 - 4 teams: TOR, MTL, PIT, FLA 1998 - 3 teams: TOR, MTL, FLA 1999 - 2 teams: MTL, FLA 2000-2004: 1 team: MTL 2005-present: No teams Any final thoughts about this topic?
  2. Pro Player Stadium in Miami 1996 ------- the Marlins were a bit late in adding team logos on the outfield wall as several other teams began removing them from their outfield walls. The team logos were ordered alphabetically by league rather than division though the Marlins and Rockies logos are in the wrong place. Left Field (from left to right) ATL, CHC, CIN, FLA, COL, HOU, LA Right Field (from left to right) MTL, NYM, PHI, PIT, STL, SD, SF 1997 -------- The Pirates logo is updated Indians @ Marlins (1997 WS game 7) 1998 ------- The Brewers and Diamondbacks logos are added The Cardinals logo is updated to the 1998-present primary logo 1999 ------- The Reds logo was updated to the 1999-2006 primary logo The Marlins logo is slightly different the logos were removed entirely in 2000.
  3. Mile High Stadium 1993 -------- Team logos were placed on the outfield wall in the Rockies debut season. The team logos were divided both by division and city/state name. Unlike most stadiums that put team logos on each side of its outfield wall. Mile High put all the team logos on its left field wall as there are no logos on the right field wall. Another more notable thing was that each logo featured a roundel that featured each team's city/state and name. This is most noticeable with the Cubs logo. Notable exceptions were the Cardinals and Expos logos which already were roundel logos and were not altered. All the team logos were primaries except the Marlins, which used an alternate logo instead. Left field wall from left to right: ATL (navy), CIN (red), COL (black), HOU (navy), LA (blue), SD (navy), SF (black), CHC (blue), FLA (orange), MTL (n/a), NYM (blue), PHI (red), PIT (black), STL (n/a) 1994 ------- The Astros logo is updated to the 1994 primary logo. However, the Giants logos is not updated to the 1994-1999 primary logo. In 1995, the Rockies moved to Coors Field, which did not put team logos on its outfield wall. Next up, Pro Player Stadium in Miami
  4. Here's Fulton County Stadium in Atlanta 1982-1984 --------------- Team logos were placed on the outfield wall in the 1982 season (maybe 1981 but not sure as there were no logos in the 70s or 1980 seasons). The NL East team logos were on the left field wall and the NL West team logos were placed on the right field wall. The team logos appeared to organized based on alphabetical order of city/state but there are some errors. The logos were white rectangular banners Left Field from left to right: CHC, NYM, PHI, PIT, MTL, STL Right Field from left to right: ATL, CIN, HOU, LA, SF, SD 1985-1986 -------------- The Giants 1983-1993 logo was not updated until the 1985 season The Padres logo would not be updated to the 1985-1990 logo Left Field from left to right: CHC, NYM, PHI, PIT, MTL, STL Right Field from left to right: ATL, HOU, SF, SD, CIN, LA bonus picture: NY Giants/Falcons NFL game photo from the early 80s (notice the Cubs logo in the background) 1987-1989 -------------- The wall padding changed from see-thru fence to a grayish-green shade The logo banners were now circular The Padres logo is updated to the 1985-1990 logo The Braves logo is updated to the 1987-present logo The Phillies logo is changed to the 1984-1991 primary logo The Pirates logo is updated to the 1989-1996 primary logo The team logos were reordered randomly rather than alphabetically Left Field from left to right: NYM, STL, MTL, PHI, PIT, CHI Right field from left to right: ATL, CIN, SF, SD, LA, HOU 1990 ------- The logos are the same, but the wall padding changed to blue Left Field from left to right: CHI, NYM, PIT, PHI, MTL, STL Right Field from left to right: ATL, SD, SF, HOU, CIN, LA 1991 ------- The Padres logo changed to the 1991-2003 primary logo. The Phillies logo changed to the 1971-1991 alternate logo Hank Aaron 715 HR banner is seen between the Mets & Pirates logos Late in the season, the logos moved to the wall behind the outfield wall. They would be removed entirely in 1992. 1991 Braves highlights Bonus: Not baseball, but somewhat related. During the early years of the Georgia Dome, there were logos of each NFL team helmets on the sidelines, Next will be Mile High Stadium in Denver. Stay Tuned
  5. Here's Three Rivers 1976-1982 -------------- Left field wall from left to right: CIN, ATL, HOU, PHI, PIT, STl, NL logo Right field wall from left to right: baseball logo, NYM, CHC, MTL, SD, LA, SF The Braves logo is different The Phillies logo is the 1971-1991 alternate logo above a script from the same period The Pirates logo is in a yellow circle rather than a yellow rectangle Reds @ Pirates (1979 NLCS game 1) 1983-1993 --------------- The outfield wall changed from light blue to royal blue in 1983. The team logos were removed and in the later years there were Pirates championship banners and retired numbers. 1994-1997 --------------- The team logos make a surprising return as this was also the year the Pirates hosted the all-start game. The team logos are put in a random order. Also, there were no white circular banners, resulting in some of the logos blending in with the wall (the Dodgers & Braves logos suffers the most from this) The logos were accurate and the Pirates logo was updated to 1997-2013 primary for the 1997 season. The Astros logo was not updated to the 1995-1999 logo as the 1994 logo was still seen. The team logos were removed altogether in 1998. Left field wall: from left to right: MTL, COL, SF, PHI, HOU, CHI, PIT, Right field wall from left to right: STL, FLA, NYM, CIN, SD, LA, ATL 1994 all star game Next will be Fulton County Stadium in Atlanta. Stay Tuned
  6. Here's the final AL park that had put team logos on its outfield wall: Cleveland Municpal stadium Team logos were placed on the outfield wall as early as 1985. The banners were squared rather than circular. AL West team logos were on the left field wall and AL East team logos were on the right field wall. Indians retired number banners next to the AL West team logos and championship banners were next to the AL East team logos 1985-1986 --------------- the team logos in 1986 Left field from left to right: TEX, SEA, KC, OAK, CHW, MIN, CAL The Mariners logo has a wordmark below the logo The Angels logo was updated to the 1986-1992 primary logo Right field from left to right: CLE, BAL, DET, MIL, BOS, TOR, NYY The Indians logo had a wordmark "Cleveland Indians" below Chief Wahoo in 1985 but was removed in 1986. 1987-1988 --------------- the team logos were reorganized again in a random order the team logos in 1988 left field from left to right: KC, CHW, SEA, CAL, OAK, TEX, MIN Strangely, the Angels logo reverts back to the 1972-1985 primary logo right field from left to right: CLE, NYY, BAL, MIL, BOS, DET, TOR Not certain about the 1989 or 1990 seasons, but by 1991 the team logos were removed from the outfield wall. Cleveland in 1991 Bonus: Major League (1989 movie) The classic 1989 baseball movie was filmed in County Stadium in Milwaukee rather than Cleveland. County Stadium never put team logos on its oufield wall but the logos were added to make the stadium look a bit more like Cleveland Municipal. The team logos were ordered differently. In addition, the squared banners looked much smaller than the ones at Cleveland Next up: Three Rivers Stadium in Pittsburgh
  7. 1977-1978 --------------- AL team logos were first placed on the outfield wall in 1977 (the Mariners debut season). The AL East team logos were placed alaphabethicall by city while the AL West team logos were placed randomly Left Field from left to right: KC, CHW, CAL, SEA, MIN, TEX, OAK The Royals logo is an alterante as there is no wordmark The Angels logo is the cap logo rather than the 1972-1985 primary logo The White Sox logo is the 1976-1990 alternate logo The Twins logo is different as it has the "Twins" wordmark in front of state of Minnesota The A's logo is the 1968-1970 primary rather than the 1971-1981 primary logo Right field from left to right: BAL, BOS, CLE, DET, MIL, NYY, TOR The Orioles logo is a cap logo rather than the 1967-1991 primary logo The Red Sox logo is the 1960-1975 logo rather than the 1976-2008 priamry logo The Tigers logo is the head only 1967-1977 alternate logo rather than the 1964-1993 primary logo the feather on the Indians' Chief Wahoo logo is white instead of red 1979 -------- The Mariners hosted the all-star game that year. NL team logos were now placed on the outfield wall for that game. Note that the NL team logos were much smaller than the AL team logos Left Field from left to right: KC, ATL, CHW, CIN, CAL, SF, SEA, LA, MIN, SD, TEX, HOU, OAK The Reds logo is different Right field from left to right: BAL, PHI, BOS, NYM, CLE, MTL, DET, STL, MIL PIT, NYY, CHC, TOR The Phillies logo is a script rather than the 1970-1983 primary logo or even the 1971-1991 alternate logo The Cubs logo looks off-model 1980-1981 --------------- Not sure about these seasons, but the NL team logos were likely removed. 1982 ------- The logo banners were much smaller than they were in 1979. the team logos were still in the same order as the ones in 1979 (sans NL logos) The Royals logo is off model The A's logo changed from white to yellow. The Angels logo has an inverted color scheme as the California shape is red with white letters The Twins logo is still different The Tigers logo is the 1964-1993 primary without the roundel Indians' Chief Wahoo logo looks slighty off model 1983-1984 --------------- Not sure about these seasons 1985 -------- The logos are mostly the same, but the wall padding changed from green to light blue (may had changed in either 83 or 84) The Rangers logo changed to the 1984-1993 primary logo The Athletics logo changed to a yellow "A's" logo The Twins logo changed to the 1972-1986 primary logo 1986 -------- The circular banners were replaced with pennants (similar to those in Shea Stadium at the time) Left Field from left to right: KC, CHW, MIN, OAK, SEA, CAL, TEX Right Field from left to right: DET, NYY, BOS, TOR, BAL, CLE, MIL 1987-1990 --------------- Some of the team pennants (like the Twins and Mariners) were updated with the then-newer primary logos KC: 1969-2001 alternate logo next to curvise "Kansas City" script CHW: 1976-1990 alternate logo next to "Chicago" script found in the 1976-1990 primary logo MIN: 1987-2009 primary logo next to "Minnesotat" script found in the 1987-2009 primary logo OAK: the A's logo inside the 1982-1992 primary log next to "Oakland" script that similar to the font in the 1982-1992 primary log SEA: 1987-1992 primary logo next to "Seattle" CAL: 1986-1992 primary logo next to "California" TEX: 1984-1993 primary logo next to "Texas" in script similar to the team's 1986-1993 road uniforms DET: the tiger head from the 1964-1993 primary logo next to "Detroit" script NYY: the primary logo next to the script "New York" similar to the one seen on the still-current road uniforms BOS: the 1976-2009 primary (w/o roundel) next to "Boston" in font similar to the one on the primary logo TOR: 1977-1996 alternate logo next to "Toronto" in font seen on the team's road uniforms BAL: the Bird with a bat in the 1966-1991 primary logo (w/o roundel) next to "Baltimore" bold font CLE: Chief Wahoo next to "Cleveland" script seen on the Indians 1986-1988 & 1989-1993 road uniforms MIL: 1978-1993 logo next to "Milwaukee" next to script seen than their 1978-1989 road uniforms in 1991, the team pennants were removed entirely. Next up, Cleveland Municipal Stadium
  8. Yes. Arlington was one of those stadiums that shocked me the most after watching old episodes of TWIB. The outfield wall was green rather than blue (during the 80s and the Nolan Ryan-era in the early 90s) 1977-1978 -------------- Team logos were placed on the outfield wall as early as the 1977 season. The AL West team logos were on the left field wall and the AL East team logos were on the right field wall. The logos were ordered in alphabetical order by city/state. Left Field from left to right: MIN, CAL, CHW, KC, TEX, OAK, SEA Right Field from left to right: BAL, BOS, CLE, DET, MIL, NYY, TOR Some notable quirks/inaccuracies: The Angels logo is the cap logo rather than the 1972-1985 primary logo The White Sox logo is the 1976-1990 alternate logo rather than the 1976-1990 primary logo The Twins logo is the script "Twins" in red in front of the light blue shape of Minnesota rather than the 1972-1986 primary logo The Athletics logo is the 1968-1970 primary logo instead of the 1971-1981 primary logo as the logo is white instead of yellow The Orioles logo is the cap logo rather than the 1966-1991 primary logo The Red Sox logo is the 1970-1975 primary rather than the 1976-2008 primary loog The Indians logo logo is the 1973-1978 alternate logo rathen than the 1973-1979 primary The Tigers logo is the 1968-1976 alternate logo (head only) rather than the 1964-1993 primary better shot of the Twins logo I am uncertain about the 1979, 1980, or 1981 seasons. By 1982 (after watching episodes of TWIB from that season), the team logos were removed entirely. Next will be the Kingdome. stay tuned.
  9. Here's Jack Murphy (Qualcomm) Stadium in San Diego 1978 ------ the Padres hosted the all-star game that seasons. Team logos were placed on the outfield wall, but instead of primary logos, the cap logos were placed on the outfield wall instead. Each banner was squared rather than circular In addition, not only there were NL team logos, but AL team logos as well. The left field wall featured all the cap logos of the NL teams. The teams were divided based on division and in random order. There is also an NL logo in a red boarded and the 78 all star game logo above the NL West team logos From left to Right: PIT, CHC, STL, MTL, NYM, PHI, SD, ATL, LA, HOU, CIN, SF. The right field wall featured all the cap logos of the AL teams. The teams were divided based on division and in random order, but for some strange reason, the Tigers logo is closer to the AL West team logos than to the other AL East team logos. An AL logo in a red boarded is above the Angels logos. From left to right: KC, OAK, CHW, SEA, CAL, MIN, TEX, DET, BAL, BOS, MIL, NYY, CLE, TOR Below is a mockup of the logo lineup due to the blurry images 1979-1981 -------------- The AL team logos were removed entirely as the NL East team logos moved to the right-field wall. Furthermore, NL team primary logos were now added next to each team's cap logo Left Field From left to right: ATL (cap), ATL (Primary), HOU (cap), HOU (primary), SD (Cap), SD (Primary), CIN (cap), CIN (Primary), LA (Cap), LA (primary), SF (Cap), SF (primary) Right Field From left to right: STL (cap), STL (Primary), CHC (cap), CHC (primary), PHI (Cap), PHI (Primary), PIT (cap), PIT (Primary), NYM (Cap), NYM (primary), MTL (Cap), MTL (primary) 1982 ------- The team logos were removed 1983-1984 -------------- The team logos returned but they were placed above the wall behind the outfield wall (similar to Veterans stadium). The banners were also different as each team logo (Except the Padres) was behind a colored diamond banner. The NL West team logos were at left field while the NL East team logos were at right field, much like in 1979 to 1981. The NL logo was between the Dodgers and Padres logos. An MLB logo was next to the NL East team logos. Left field from left to right: HOU (Navy), ATL (Red), SF (Orange), CIN (Red), LA (Blue), NL logo (red border), SD (yellow border) Right Field from left to right: MLB logo (red border), STL (Navy), PHI (Maroon), CHC (White), PIT (Yellow), MTL (Red), NYM (blue) Random 1983-1984 Gettyimages photos Cubs @ Padres (1984 NLCS game 5) 1985-1986 --------------- The Padres logo changed to 1985-1988 primary logo and it surrounded by a silver border, similar to what the 1989-1990 primary logo would be. The Padres logo is also larger than the other NL team logos 1987 ------ the same as 1985-1986 as the Pirates and Braves logos were not updated Giants @ Padres from 1987 1988-1990 -------------- The Pirates logo was updated to the 1987-1996 primary logo, the diamond border changed from yellow to black The Braves logo was still not updated Padres logo is replaced with a 20th anniversary logo in 1988; In 1989, that logo is replaced with the 1989-1990 primary logo The NL East team logos were reordered. In addition, a 1984 NL Champs pennant is placed next to the Cubs logo Right Field from left to right: 1984 NL Champs pennant, CHC (White), STL (Navy), MTL (Red), NYM (blue), PIT (black), PHI (Maroon), Random 1987-1990 Gettyimages Cubs at Padres from 1989 1991 ------ The outfield wall changed from green to dark blue The Braves logo is finally updated to the 1987-present primary logo The Padres logo is updated to the 1991-2003 primary logo the diamond in the Astros logo banner changed from navy to white A retired jersey logo (Steve Garvey) is placed between the Expos and Cardinals logos 1992 ------- The Marlins logo is added The Rockies (prototype) logo is added The Phillies logo is updated to the 1992-present logo The Expos logo is not updated to the 1992-2004 primary logo as the 1969-1991 logo is still seen Left field from left to right: COL (Silver) HOU (white), ATL (Red), SF (Orange), CIN (Red), LA (Blue), NL logo (red border), SD, 1992 all star game logo Right Field from left to right: 1984 NL Champs pennant, CHC (White), Steve Garvey retired jersey logo, STL (Navy), MTL (Red), NYM (blue), PIT (black), PHI (red), FLA (Orange) 1992 all star game 1993 ------- The All Star Game logo is removed and the Padres logo is replaced with a Padres 25th anniversary logo The Reds logo is not updated as the 1968-1992 logo is still seen The Rockies protoype logo of 1991-1992 is still seen Random gettyimages photos from 1991-93 In 1994, all team logos except the Padres were removed completely. Next up will be the Kingdome. Stay tuned.
  10. Now that you mentioned the Astros, here's the Astrodome. This one's very short, compared to my previous posts. 1976-1985 --------------- Team logos were first seen on the outfield wall as early as the 1976 season. The logos remained unchanged through the 1985 (even as some teams like the Cubs and Giants had updated their logos by then) are were removed entirely in 1986, the same year the Astros hosted the All-Star game and made the playoffs. Note there's is an extra Astros logo next to the NL East team logos were some strange reason The Pirates logo lacks the yellow rectangle and the script "Pirates" is arched. The Braves logo is in a blue circle Left Field: from left to right: PIT, PHI, NYM, MTL, CHC, STL, HOU (for some reason) Right field: from left to right: HOU, ATL, LA, SF, SD, CIN Phillies @ Astros from 1980 (NLCS game 5) 1985 Mets highlights (at 1:12:00) Next up will be Jack Murphy/Qualcomm Stadium in San Diego. Stay Tuned
  11. Here's Busch Memorial Stadium in St. Louis prior to the 1996 renovation. 1979-1981 -------------- NL team logos were first seen in the outfield wall in 1979. The NL East teams logos were in the Left Field wall while the NL West team logos were placed on the right field wall. The teams logos were ordered based on alphabetical order of the city/state name, although the NL West order is inverted. Also note that the Braves logo inside a blue circle and the blue rectangle is red instead. There was also a Busch Stadium logo on each side of the outfield wall. Left Field (from left to right) CHI, MTL, NYM, PHI, PIT, STL Right Field (From left to right) SF, SD, LA, HOU, CIN, ATL 1982 ------- The Padding of the wall changed from a grayish-green shade to royal blue (may had changed in 1981, but not sure). The 1982 logo setup is the same as 1979-1981 Brewers @ Cardinals (game 7 of 1982 World Series) 1983-1984 -------------- The Giants logo is updated to the 1983-1993 primary logo The Phillies logo changed from 1970-1983 primary to 1971-1991 alternate logo in 1983 The Phillies logo changed again to the 1984-1991 primary logo in 1984 Phillies @ Cardinals from 1983 1985-1986 -------------- The Padres logo is updated to 1985-1990 primary logo The Reds logo also changed Ozzie Smith home run (NLCS game 6 vs Dodgers) Expos @ Cardinals from 1985 1987-1991 -------------- The Pirates logo was updated to the 1987-1996 primary logo in 1987 The Braves logo was updated to the 1987-present primary logo in 1987 The Reds logo changed back to the 1968-1992 primary logo in 1987 The logos would remain unchanged for the next 5 seasons, though the Padres logo would be updated in 1991 1987 Cardinals highlights 1992 ------- The Expos logo changed to the 1969-2004 alternate logo rather than the 1992-2004 primary logo The Marlins logo is added, though they would not begin play until the following season The Rockies logo is added, though it's the 1991-1992 prototype logo and that they would not begin play until the following season Left Field (from left to right) CHI, FLA, MTL, NYM, PHI, PIT, STL Right Field (From left to right) SF, SD, LA, HOU, COL, CIN, ATL 1993 -------- The Rockies logo is not updated to the 1993-present primary logo as the prototype logo is still seen The Reds logo is not updated to the 1993-1998 present logo as the 1968-1992 primary logo is still seen Rockies @ Cardinals from 1993 1994-1995 -------------- The Expos logo is updated to the 1992-2004 primary logo The Astros logo is updated to the 1994 primary logo The 1992-1993 logo setup is the same despite the 3-division format Phillies @ Cardinals from 1995 In 1996, Busch when through a heavy renovation, as the outfield wall changed from blue to green, the astroturf replaced with grass, and all the team logos were gone. Next up will be Jack Murphy/Qualcomm Stadium in San Diego.
  12. Next up, the Metrodome 1985 ------- team logos were first seen during the 1985 season. the same season, the Twins hosted the All-Star Game. Not only were AL team logos added on the outfield wall, but also the NL team logos as well. The white banners were squared rather than circular. In addition there are white circles with a randomly colored outline stroke. The AL West & NL West teams (with one notable exception) were placed on the left-field wall From left to right: CAL, ATL, CHW, CHC, KC, HOU, MIN, LA, OAK, SD, SEA, SF, TEX The AL East & NL East teams (With one notable exception) were place on the right-field wall from left to right: BAL, CIN, BOS, PHI, CLE, PIT, DET, MTL, MIL, NYM, NYY, STL, TOR There are some notable quirks/inaccuracies: The Cubs and Reds logos are mistakenly switched as the Cubs are grouped with the NL West teams and the Reds are grouped with the NL East teams The blue rounded rectangle from the Braves 1972-1986 primary logo is missing The Twins logo is a script rather than the 1972-1986 primary logo The Reds logo is different The Indians logo is Chief Wahoo above the wordscript "Cleveland Indians" The Pirates logo a yellow circular logo rather than the rectangular 1967-1986 primary logo 1985 all star game 1986 -------- The NL team logos were removed The Angels logo is not updated to the 1986-1992 primary logo The Mariners logo has a wordmark below it The logos were grouped based on division and by alphabetical order of city/state (this is also true of the 1985 logo order if you take out the NL teams) The AL West From left to right: CAL, CHW, KC, MIN, OAK, SEA, TEX The AL East from left to right: BAL, BOS, CLE, DET, MIL, NYY, TOR 1987 ------ The Twins logo is updated to the 1987-2009 primary logo The Angels logo is updated to the 1986-1992 primary logo The Mariners logo is updated to the 1987-1992 primary logo The word script "Cleveland Indians" underneath the Indians logo is removed The team logos were now ordered based on division standings rather than alphabetical order: Left Field (left to right, 1st place to last place) MIN, KC, OAK, SEA, CHW, TEX, CAL Right Field (left to right, 1st place to last place) DET, TOR, MIL, NYY, BOS, BAL, CLE Cardinals @ Twins game 7 World series 1987 Twins story 1988-1990 -------------- The logos were mainly the same as 1987, though the circles in some of the banners were removed Also, Twins retired numbers were added next to the AL West teams Twins championship logos were placed above the AL East team logos 1991 ------- The White Sox logo was updated to the 1991-present logo Braves @ Twins (1991 World Series game 7) 1991 Twins highlights 1992 ------- The same as 1991 as the stadium did not update the Orioles logo as the 1966-1991 logo is still seen 1993 ------- The Mariners logo was updated to the 1993-present logo The Angels logo was updated to the the 1993-1996 logo The Athletics logo was not updated to the 1993-present logo The Orioles logo was still not updated 1994-1995 --------------- The team logos were reorganized due to the 3-division format. The logos were still ordered based on division standings. The AL Central team logos were on the left field wall. The AL West teams were on the center-right field wall. The AL East team logos were on the right field wall. The Brewers logo was updated to the 1994-1999 primary logo The Rangers logo was updated to the 1994-2000 primary logo The Tigers logo was updated to the 1994-2005 primary logo The Orioles logo was finally updated The team logos were removed either in the 1996 or 1997 season. Not outfield wall related, but a nice image Bonus: "Little Big League" (1994 movie) This film was filmed during the 1993 season. Notice that the Orioles logo is the 1966-1991 primary logo instead of the 1992-1994 primary logo. Next up will be 80s-era Busch Memorial Stadium. Stay tunes.
  13. Angel Stadium in Anaheim (back when the Angels and Rams shared the same stadium) It's hard to believe that Angel Stadium looked radically different back in those days compared to how the stadium looks like today. 1989 ------ Team logos were first placed on the outfield wall the year the Angels hosted the All-Star Game that season. Not only were the AL team logos seen, but also the NL team logos as well. The NL West & AL West team logos were on the the left field wall and the NL East & AL East team logos were on the right field wall. Each side had the logos in random order based on an "AL, NL, AL, NL, etc" pattern. The logos were first placed on the All-Star game itself as the logos were not placed earlier that season. Left Field (from left to right) CHW, ATL, MIN, LA, SEA, SD TEX, CIN, KC, HOU, OAK, SF, CAL Right Field (from left to right) BAL, MTL, NYY, CHC, BOS, NYM, TOR, STL, MIL, PIT, CLE, PHI, DET 1989 all start game highlights 1990 ------- The same as 1989 Mariners @ Angels from 1990 (Ken Griffey Jr & Sr back to back homers) 1991 ------- The White Sox logo was updated to the 1991-present logo The Padres logo is was updated to the 1991-2003 logo Random images between 1989-1991 1992 ------- The Padding of the wall changed from green to dark blue The NL team logos were removed entirely The Orioles logo was updated to the 1992-1994 primary logo The ball in the Brewers logo is blue instead of white for some reason 1993 -------- The Angels logo is updated to the 1993-1996 primary logo The Mariners logo is also updated to the 1993-primary logo, but the roundel is white instead of navy The Athletics logo was not updated to the 1993-present logo 1994 ------- The Tigers logo is not updated to the 1994-2005 primary logo The Rangers logo is updated to the 1994-2000 primary logo The Brewers logo is updated to the 1994-1999 primary logo Bo Jackson 1994 highlights 1995-1996 ---------------- Mainly the same as the 1994 logo set up. After the 1996 season, Angel Stadium when through a heavy renovation looking less like a multipurpose stadium and into the stadium it looks today. The team logos were also removed from the outfield wall. Bonus: "Angels in the Outfield" (1994 movie) ----------------------------------------------------------- The 1994 Disney movie was actually filmed in Oakland Coliseum (pre-Mount Davis) rather than Angel Stadium. the Oakland Coliseum never put team logos on its outfield wall (except for the A's logo of course) but in the movie the logos were added to make the stadium look more like Angel Stadium. The movie was film during the 1993 season as the 1978-1993 Brewers logo and the 1984-1993 Rangers logos are still seen rather than their updated 1994 logos. Unlike the actual logo set up in Angel Stadium, the Athletics logo was actually updated to the 1993-present and the Mariners logo is accurate.
  14. Next up is the infamous Veteran's Stadium in Philadelphia. The stadium was among the very first stadiums to put team logos on its outfield wall. But unlike most stadiums, the team logos were not on the main outfield wall but on the wall behind it. For most of the seasons, the team logos were ordered based on the previous season's division standings. During late in a season, mainly ones where the Phillies made the playoffs, the team logos were updated based on the current seasons standing. The NL East teams were in the right field wall and the NL West teams were in the left field wall. 1976 ------- The Phillies hosted the all-star game that season. The team logos are noticably larger in the 70s then they would be in the 80s & 90s. NL East team logos From Left to Right (from 1st place to last place in the 1975 season): PIT, PHI, STL, NYM, CHC, MTL The Phillies logo is the alternate logo from 1971-1991 above the wordmark from the same period The Cardinals logo is different as it is not the 1967-1997 primary logo as the roundel is replaced with a simple wordmark (I don't see this logo on the website) There's also a logo next to the Pirates logo (can't make it out, must be Philly-related) NL West team logos From Left to Right (from last place to 1st place in the 1975 season): (HOU, ATL, SD, SF, LA, CIN) There's also a Phllies anniversary logo "76 Liberty Bell" next to the Reds logo 1977 ------- The logos are largely the same as 1976 with these exceptions: The Phillies logo changed to a maroon circle with the "Phillies" wordmark in white The Astros logo is updated to the 1977-1993 primary logo 1978-1979 -------------- The same logos as 1977 1980 ------- The logos are now smaller than they were during the 70s The Cardinals logo changes to the 1967-1997 primary logo Strangely, the Astros logo reverts back to the 1965-1976 logo The Cubs logo looks slightly different as it is not quite the 1979-present primary logo The Rounded Rectangle on the Braves logo is red instead of blue The Phillies logo changes to the 1971-1991 alternate logo Phillies championship banners/retired number banners are placed next to the NL East team logos Royals @ Phillies (1980 World Series game 6) 1981-1982 -------------- Same logos as 1980 1983 ------ The Phillies logo changes to the Phillies 100th Anniversary logo The Giants logo is updated to the 1983-1993 primary logo The Astros logo is still not changed back to the 1977-1993 logo Orioles @ Phllies (World Series game 5) 1984-1986 -------------- The Phillies logo changes to the 1984-1991 primary logo in 1984 The Reds logo changes to something different in 1985 The Astros logo finally changes back to the 1977-1993 primary logo The Padres logo is updated to the 1985-1990 primary logos in 1985 1987-1988 -------------- The Pirates logo is not updated to the 1987-1996 primary logo The Braves logo is not updated to the still-current primary logo The Padres logo looks like the 1989-1990 primary logo [/url 1989-1990 -------------- The Pirates logo was finally updated to the the 1987-1996 primary logo The Braves logo was still not updated 1991 ------- The Braves logo is finally updated to the 1987-present primary logo The Cubs logo is also finally changed to the 1979-present logo The Padres logo is updated to the 1991-2003 logo Padres @ Phillies from 1991 1992 -------- The Phillies (who had new logo/uniforms) have their logo updated to the still-current logo The Expos also had a logo/uniform change but instead of the 1992-2004 primary, there is the 1969-2004 alternate 1993 ------- The Rockies & Marlins logos are added The Reds logo is updated to the 1993-1998 primary logo 1993 Phillies VHS Braves @ Phillies (game 6 NLCS 1993) 1994 -------- Despite the then-recent realignment, the team logos are still divided based on the 1969-1993 division format The Astros logo is updated to the 1994 primary logo The Giants logo is not updated to the 1994-1999 primary logo The Expos logo was finally updated to the 1992-2004 primary logo Rockies @ Phillies from 1994 1995-1996 -------------- The logos are still grouped based on 1969-1993 division format. The logos would be removed permanently in the middle of the 1996 season Random logo shots at Veterans between 1976 and 1995 (Gettyimages) Next will be multipurpose-era Angel Stadium in Anaheim. Stay tuned
  15. Are you referring to this logo?. That particular logo was seen on the outfield walls of Olympic Stadium and Mile High Stadium (1993-1994), All the other stadiums from that period used the Marlins primary logo.