New Pacific Association Adds Vallejo, Logo Revealed

Pacific Association LogoVallejo Admirals LogoThe burgeoning Pacific Association, formerly known as the North Division of the defunct indy pro North American League, has added the Vallejo Admirals to replace the traveling Sonoma County Grapes.  The team will be owned by Redwood Sports and Entertainment, which also owns the Grapes and San Rafael Pacifics.  The Admirals will play at Wilson Park, which will get a facelift similar to San Rafael’s Albert Park.  Owners will continue to search for a permanent home for the Grapes.  Read more here.  View Wilson Park images here and here.  Thanks to John Cerone for the story.

Vallejo Admirals Logo


Filed under Branding & Marketing, League & Franchise, Market & Location, Stadium Issues

7 responses to “New Pacific Association Adds Vallejo, Logo Revealed

  1. They are using the other, better logo, huge relief.

  2. Bflobaz

    What are the league and/or individual owners finances? And at what level of Indy Ball do they seek to position themselves — the old NAL, the AA, FL, Pecos League … ? Regardless, I wish everyone involved the very best — and hope the fans give Indy ball a look and enjoy a great evening at a professional ball game.

  3. HoundDog

    Agree. Branding is everything. Website, logos, etc. The logo on the link Steve provided is pretty awesome and really blows away the logo in this story.

  4. Steve

    Well, that logo is a let down. So much potential too…:

    • ballparkbiz


      Was this logo by Fraser Davidson via the link you provided presented to the ownership? It blows away the logo posted here and in the newspaper.


      • Steve

        No idea, but I assume it wasn’t. Either way, it just shows the potential of what logos could look like if these teams hired talented designers. I know it is usually a matter of cost, but really, it’s not too hard to find a great designer that will work within a any given budget.

      • ballparkbiz


        I am a firm believer in not skimping on the branding.


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