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The South Coast League continues to unveil team identity packages that are marking it as one of the - if not the - best branded professional sports leagues, top to bottom, in North America.

I don't know that I'd go that far.

I love the league logo:

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The Redfish logo is good, too:

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But then there's this:

MaconMusicBaseball.JPG

and this:

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And all of a sudden they don't look like the best branded professional sports league at all....

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I don't know that I'd go that far.

I love the league logo:

logo.jpg

The Redfish logo is good, too:

200px-CCredfish.PNG

But then there's this:

MaconMusicBaseball.JPG

and this:

sclbrjuice.gif

And all of a sudden they don't look like the best branded professional sports league at all....

To each their own. Top-to-bottom, I think that you'd be hard-pressed to find a league with a group of logos that was more well-designed and stylistically-varied.

All of the teams' names are locally-relevant. In my opinion, a big plus.

Each team's logo is rendered in a unique style. The mascot in Aiken's logo is rather cartoon-like. Bradenton's logo features imagery that has the retro feel of a 1930s or 1940s citrus company mascot. Charlotte County's logo features a realistically-rendered mascot. Macon's logo eschews a logo character and instead symbolically communicates aspects of the team name in the wordmark.

Combined with the retro league logo, I feel that the branding of the four South Coast League team marks that have been thus far unveiled are at least as good as those of the Golden Baseball League... which I believe lays just as much claim to the "best top-to-bottom" title as the SCL.

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I still say that foxhound is up to bat and holding the bat improperly, and he hasn't just completed a left-handed swing, either.

Then again, because of their canine physiology, maybe dogs playing baseball prefer the leading hand.. er, paw to be on top... I don't know, I've never seen a dog play baseball...

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I still say that foxhound is up to bat and holding the bat improperly, and he hasn't just completed a left-handed swing, either.

Then again, because of their canine physiology, maybe dogs playing baseball prefer the leading hand.. er, paw to be on top... I don't know, I've never seen a dog play baseball...

Maybe the dog is trying to play hurling instead of baseball (for those of you unaware, you hold a hurley with your strong hand on the bottom) :P

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Is it just me, or do the hands look like they're placed wrong on the bat? Looks like a very weird grip. I'm assuming the dog is batting right handed? If this is the case, shouldn't the left "hand" be on the bottom?

*channeling Foghorn Leghorn*

It's the follow-I say-It's the followthrough, son! :D

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