New Gresham Baseball Franchise Unveils Name, Logos

Gresham Gray Wolves HeadGresham’s new West Coast League baseball team now has a name – the Gresham GreyWolves will take the field for the first time next summer and call Oslund Field at Mt. Hood Community College their home. Team owners, Jerry and Lisa Walker, made the announcement in front of an overflow crowd at Gresham’s City Council Chambers on Friday.

Gresham Grey Wolves EyesThe GreyWolves revealed a plethora of attractive logos and official team colors including GreyWolves Gold PMS 871c, Gresham Grey 877c, Howl Black and Wolf White. In addition, the team displayed eight different team hats.

“This is a big deal for Gresham,” co-owner Jerry Walker said. “Gresham now has its own identity, its own team, something the community can rally around.”

Co-owner Lisa Walker added, “This is fantastic for all Gresham families, this will create lasting memories and build a tradition that Gresham can be proud of.”

Gresham Grey Wolves Caps

The Walkers, who also own the Salem-Keizer Volcanoes (Northwest League) Class A affiliate of the 2010, 2012, 2014 World Series Champions San Francisco Giants and the Klamath Falls Gems (Golden State Baseball Collegiate League), announced on October 22nd they would be bringing West Coast League Baseball to Gresham.

The team also introduced its slogan for its inaugural season, “A Howl of a Good Time!”

For more information on the Gresham GreyWolves, please visit greshamgreywolves.com.

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3 responses to “New Gresham Baseball Franchise Unveils Name, Logos

  1. William

    Agreed, 3 or 4 is enough, it’s quality not quantity. I really like the wolf head, but the one white one grey eye on the isolated design bothers me. I understand that is how they are in the head, but it still bugs me. Does anyone know who did this?

  2. Jason

    Great looking logos, but it is unnecessary to have 8 different caps.

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