A few notes about the final set...
- Most of these marks were built as brand extensions for merchandise, which is the name of the game in Minor League Baseball. The number of marks might seem a bit much, but the primary mark is used almost exclusively by the Club.
- The descending 'OKC' mark was meant to the 'LA' mark of the Oklahoma City club. The letterforms were inspired by the old Brooklyn B. The main goal was to produce a clean mark that the people of Oklahoma City could wear with pride.
- The "OKLA" logos were actually suggested by ownership. Those gave me the most problems as far as making them look 'right.'
- The 'D' logo was a pure exercise in merchandising. The caps are hot sellers at Dodger Stadium for those looking for an alternative to the ubiquitous 'LA' logo. The 'D' caps were meant to be an alternate cap but the OKC players have worn it at home more than the 'primary' home 'OKC' cap!
- The OKLA City badge was designed to be a sleeve patch. It features the Skydance Bridge, a prominent architectural landmark in OKC. The three stars represent the three iterations of the franchise (89ers, Redhawks and, now, Dodgers).
- The "Oklahoma City Dodgers Baseball" roundel, one of the finalists for the primary logo, became a sleeve patch for the road uniform and two alternate jerseys. Not a bad consolation prize!