-a main logo
-a cap logo (usually similar in spirit to the main logo, but less detailed)
-home and road uniform scripts
-tenth anniversary logo.
In the attachment, you can see examples of each of the guidelines below:
1. Remember that the logo will often be small and embroidered - nothing too detailed. (A good way to think of it is, a fourth-grader should able to draw the logo in his school notebook.)
2. It should be fun and kid-friendly...but not to the exclusion of everyone else. Don't go overboard on the cuteness.
3. Don't get too conceptual. If it takes more than a sentence to describe what's going on, or if the connection between the team name and the logo is too vague, try something else.
4. Don't be too baseball generic. You shouldn't be able to replace the word "Rox" or "Brockton" with "Tigers," "Giants" or anything else and have the logo still make sense. What's unique to Brockton and the Rox?
5. At the same time, keep in mind some of the elements that baseball logos and uniforms traditionally have.
6. We're not selling insurance - don't be too corporate. Again, make it fun...something that would look good on a t-shirt!
7. As far as colors go, we're leaning towards black, forest green and silver, but you're welcome to experiment with other colors.