Logo of the Month: Chattanooga Lookouts


Affiliation: Los Angeles Dodgers

League: Southern League (AA)

Home Field: AT & T Field

Location: Chattanooga, Tennessee

Notable Alumni: Harmon Killebrew, Burliegh Grimes, Ferguson Jenkins, Trevor Hoffman, Adam Dunn, Pete Rose Jr.

Fun Facts: This franchise has been around since 1885 (that’s 124 seasons of Lookout baseball). The team played an exhibition game against the Yankees in 1931. At one point during the game, 17 year-old female pitcher Jackie Mitchell struck out Lou Gerhig and Babe Ruth. Just days after the game, MLB commisioner Kenesaw Mountain Landis voided Mitchell’s contract, stating the baseball was too strenuous for females. Mascot name is Looie. In 2009 the Lookouts won the Larry MacPhail trophy for best promotions by a Minor League Team.

Official Chattanooga Lookouts Website

6 thoughts on “Logo of the Month: Chattanooga Lookouts

  1. Michael David

    I always liked the Lookouts logo, too. It’s original yet simple. This is a team I would love to go see because of it’s history. An episode of ‘Baseball’s Golden Age’ was about Mitchell, and her striking out the Yanks. Really peeked my interest. This is one of the stories that makes baseball so great.

  2. Derek

    My dad got me a Chattanooga hat after a trip to Tennessee. BEST HAT EVARH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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