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Written by Maury Brown   
Thursday, 16 December 2010 15:50

With the 2011 MLB season just a little over 3 ½ months away, the league has released logos for the 2011 All-Star Game scheduled to take place at Chase Field, home of the Arizona Diamondbacks on July 12, 2011.

The logos leverage the D-backs’ color palette of Sedona Red, Black, and Sonoran Sand adding in “All-Star Blue” along with the club’s officially lettering and logo.

The primary logo depicts the mountains surrounding the “Valley of the Sun” while the secondary logo shows the Diamondback “A” that has been in place since the league expanded into the market.

See the images below, courtesy of MLB

2011 All-Star Game - Primary logo
2011 All-Star Game - Primary logo
2011 All-Star Game - Secondary logo
2011 All-Star Game - Secondary logo

2011 All-Star Game - Primary Workmark

2011 All-Star Game - Primary Workmark

2011 All-Star Game - Secondary Workmark

2011 All-Star Game - Secondary Workmark

2011 All-Star Game - Alternative Workmark

2011 All-Star Game - Alternative Workmark
Additional MarkAdditional Mark
2011 All-Star Game - Additional Marks

Source: Major League Baseball


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