PRESS RELEASE – The Lake County Captains, the Class A affiliate of the Cleveland Indians, has introduced a new logo to commemorate the team’s upcoming tenth anniversary season at Classic Park in Eastlake. The Captains relocated from Columbus, GA and began playing in Northeast Ohio in April, 2003.
The new logo incorporates the ship design that is featured on the sleeve patch that Captains players wear on their uniforms and adds “10” to the bow of the ship. A ribbon below the ship with “2003” and “2012” signifies the inaugural year as well as the upcoming season. A Captains “C” logo with the lighthouse rising from the bottom of the letter will separate the two years on the ribbon.
“This is a milestone year for our organization and we feel that the logo that will represent the tenth anniversary is one that our community will be proud of,” said Captains Vice President & General Manager Brad Seymour.
The logo will be featured on limited edition merchandise available at the Cargo Hold gift store at Classic Park as well as on-line at http://www.CaptainsBaseball.com. Merchandise featuring the special logo is currently arriving now in time for the holiday shopping season. The logo will also be seen on all team-issued print materials produced for the 2012 season.
The Lake County Captains are a Class A affiliate of the Cleveland Indians and play its home games at Classic Park in Eastlake, at the corner of State Route 91 and Vine Street. For more information on the Captains, please visit the team’s official website at http://www.CaptainsBaseball.com.