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2020 MLB All-Star Game Logo Unveiled in Los Angeles

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2020 MLB All-Star Game Logo Unveiled in Los Angeles

July 23, 2019 - 20:59 PM

The glitz and glamour of Hollywood shines through in the 2020 Major League Baseball All-Star Game logo, unveiled at a ceremony attended by Baseball Commissioner Robert D. Manfred, Jr. as well several legendary Dodgers players past and present this afternoon […]

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Oof. That is... Not good. 

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I like it, though the number of golds and gradients isn't great.  The red star is awkward...it's "moving" through the space at a different angle than the words; compare the trail of the second L in ALL to the the star's trail...angles are off. 

 

Though it now seems like the 2017 ASG hats should have been for the 2020 game. 

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Logo seems like every all star game that happens in Los Angeles

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Take away the gradient gold and the 3-D aspect, and I think you've got a great logo.

 

Love the lettering, the scoreboard shape. That's all great

 

With all that extra stuff, it's kinda gross.

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They were aiming for old Hollywood and they got old Hollywood.

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I don’t hate it, but I was hoping for something a little more Dodgers and less generic Hollywood. In my opinion, the scoreboards of Dodger Stadium have an iconic shape. A logo in that form would have been more personal to the team and ballpark. 

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9 minutes ago, Brandon9485 said:

I don’t hate it, but I was hoping for something a little more Dodgers and less generic Hollywood. In my opinion, the scoreboards of Dodger Stadium have an iconic shape. A logo in that form would have been more personal to the team and ballpark. 

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I like it. Will probably replace my 2017 All Star Game hat with one with this logo if the cap logo is good.

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This is the collector's pin on the MLB shop...I kinda like this logo more (not counting homeplate/Los Angeles/MLBP part)

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I want to like a logo that's Dodgers + Golden Age of Hollywood, but something's not clicking for me. I think the forced perspective on the whole thing is one trick too many: you lose the Dodger Stadium scoreboard a little bit, and it competes with the effect on the letters rather than complementing it. 

 

Another small problem, and this just may be my local perspective, is that a red six-pointed star is very Chicago (or at least has been since Chicagoflagmania set in roughly around Rahm Emanuel's election), and competes with the traditional five-pointed star in the logo, the kind you'd see on the Walk of Fame, associate with stars in general, etc.

 

EDIT: to my point, the pin logo WSU151 posted flattens out the logo and it looks much more elegant.

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That's still not great, but it's still WAY better than the mess they went with. There's just SO MUCH going on with that logo! It looks tacky as all hell and really generic. It's a shame too because Dodgers Stadium is absolutely gorgeous, and part of what makes it such a nice place is that the artwork was scaled back with the recent renovations to give it a bit more of an understated, simple, 60's Southern California vibe (Think the Dodgers Stadium 50th Anniversary logo). They could've produced a logo that matched that aesthetic and it would've been a really good logo.

 

This is just some 1980s Hollywood Squares lookin :censored:.  

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Since we were talking about it the other day, do you think a logo that incorporated the old+new Dodger Stadium seat colors would have been a winner? I certainly do, and agree that the stadium deserves to be treated as a classic now more than ever.

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7 minutes ago, the admiral said:

Since we were talking about it the other day, do you think a logo that incorporated the old+new Dodger Stadium seat colors would have been a winner? I certainly do, and agree that the stadium deserves to be treated as a classic now more than ever.

 

Now, I say this as a Giants fan who very much buys into the rivalry, and therefore HATES the Dodgers. 

 

There is no more iconic stadium in baseball (possible all of sports) than Dodgers Stadium. 

 

Yeah, Fenway has the history, but it’s so old and cramped that it’s sort of a joke to see a game there. It’s more of a novelty than anything to see a game there at this point. And the older it gets, the more those problems are exasperated. 

 

I LOVED Wrigley when I went there and thought it was a fantastic place to see a game. But, I’ve heard some of the recent renovations have cut into that charm a bit and taken some of the shine off of it for revenue purposes. 

 

Dodgers Stadium is the exact opposite. It’s got a TON of room, and the recent renovations only emphasize how incredible of a place it is to see a game. 

 

Anything that can showcase that, should. 

 

 

 

Honestly, I find the Dodgers to be a damn near perfect organization. They have an absolutely charming history (Chavez Ravine issues aside), a wonderful ballpark that has a history that’s nearly unmatched, they’re just about ALWAYS competitive, and objectively have a top 3 on field look in all of baseball. I’ve grown to respect the Dodgers a LOT in the past few years, and it’s sort of supplanted some of the dislike I used to have for them (the fact that the San Francisco Giants wouldn’t even exist without them and watching them lose back to back World Series helped though, too). 

 

 

So yeah, :censored: the Dodgers. But damn if they aren’t exactly what you would want objectively from a sports franchise. 

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41 minutes ago, WSU151 said:

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This is the collector's pin on the MLB shop...I kinda like this logo more (not counting homeplate/Los Angeles/MLBP part)

Get rid of the unnecessary rule that runs beneath the word mark and you have a gem of a primary logo

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Dodger Stadium hasn't gotten everything right in its renovations; they're as guilty as anyone of whittling foul ground down to nothing in pursuit of more and more expensive seats, and it doesn't play as a pitcher's park quite the way it used to. 

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1 hour ago, the admiral said:

Dodger Stadium hasn't gotten everything right in its renovations; they're as guilty as anyone of whittling foul ground down to nothing in pursuit of more and more expensive seats, and it doesn't play as a pitcher's park quite the way it used to. 

They are not finished.

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The left-field and right-field pavilions will have new restrooms, enclosed bars with views into the bullpens, enhanced seating for those with disabilities and “home run seats” just beyond the outfield wall in front of the pavilion seats where there is currently a gap.

 

Elevators and escalators in the right-field and left-field plazas will allow all spectators, regardless of ticket location, access to the plaza. Bridges will connect the new pavilions’ standing-room decks to the rest of the stadium. It will be the first time since the stadium opened in 1962 that fans will be able to walk the entire ballpark’s perimeter from any level inside the venue.

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