Baseball By Design: Stories of Minor League Logos and Nicknames

Paul Caputo

Baseball By Design tells the story of America one minor league baseball logo and nickname at a time. Paul Caputo covers minor league baseball at all levels for the website SportsLogos.net. On this podcast, he talks with front office personnel and designers about the origins of some of the game‘s best and wackiest logos and nicknames. Twitter: @Count2Baseball Instagram: @baseballbydesign read less

Our Editor's Take

Baseball By Design: Stories of Minor League Logos and Nicknames is a fun podcast. It highlights minor league baseball team logos. Every minor league baseball team has a logo and a story, and this podcast shares them with the world. Host Paul Caputo speaks with designers about their experience creating baseball logos. They discuss team name origins, graphic design, and Minor League Baseball history.

The show features various perspectives, from design to team management. Caputo speaks to guests specializing in many fields within Minor League Baseball. MiLB team presidents, graphic designers, team general managers, and more share their experiences. For example, Dan Simon speaks about his experience owning his team, FredNats. The ballpark is home to all sorts of memories and experiences for countless fans and players. Baseball By Design: Stories of Minor League Logos and Nicknames tells many stories. This podcast allows dedicated professionals within MiLB to pay homage to their teams.

Baseball By Design: Stories of Minor League Logos and Nicknames is a passion project. Caputo is a big MiLB fan. And he's been on TV showing off his collection of over 300 ice cream helmets.

Baseball By Design: Stories of Minor League Logos and Nicknames talks about the sport's story. Each team has its distinctive history, from the Trash Pandas to the Fort Wayne Tincaps. Fans of the Grand Junction Jackalopes, Columbia Fireflies, or Binghamton Rumble Ponies won't want to miss this podcast. Each of these creative team names has a unique logo and story to match. From world history to area-specific references, no two names are the same. Thanks to this podcast, they can share with baseball fans what makes their story special.

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