OFFICIAL TEAM LOGOS
The primary logo serves as the global mark of the franchise, as it encompasses the entire identity of the New Carlisle Newts. Blending the town's historic past with the modern wiffleball present, the logo features a fierce newt crawling over a monogram "NC" inspired by the old New Carlisle High School.
Loosely based on the 1980s-era Chicago Cubs logo, the secondary logo ties the Newts and their home at Migley Field to their big league counterparts. Informally known as the "frog-face" newt, it is quite possibly the most iconic mark in all of wiffleball. It is used on merchandise, ballpark signage, and social media.
The tertiary logo serves as a friendly alternative to the fierce newt in the primary mark. Featuring the team's mascot, Braydunn Newt, swinging a wiffleball bat, the logo is geared toward younger fans of the ball club.
Built by the font "Boulder" the New Carlisle Newts wordmark can accompany either the primary or secondary logos. It serves as the basis for the Newts traditional jersey script.
Original primary logo used for the first two seasons of Newts wiffleball.
Cubs-inspired alternate logo used officially in 2008, would later become incorporated into the MLB logo/jersey project.
Wiffleball featuring the skyline of New Carlisle used as the primary logo of the ball club in 2009 and 2010.
Updated skyline wiffleball with an orange script Newts and addition of the viaduct bridge that marks the gateway into New Carlisle.
Slightly updated skyline wiffleball logo with a more accurate depiction of the holes of a wiffleball.
From the MLB logo/jersey project, an Oakland A's inspired alternate logo adopted for the 2015 season.
This outrageous blend of 90s NBA styles was used for the Newts teal jerseys for The Wiffle®Ball Championship in 2019.
This newt was inspired by the 1969 Gold Bear Cubs logo. It has never been used.
Inspired by the vintage Cubs waving bear logo, this waving newt was used for the 2020 Migley Field themed jerseys for The Wiffle®Ball Championship.
Dark green jersey worn home and away from 2007-2009... shifted to road only from 2009-2011.
Black sleeveless jersey with orange undershirt worn Saturday of Hometown Days 2007.
2007 Sunday edition of the black sleeveless, this time with the ORWBL jerseys worn as the undershirt.
A carryover from the Snow Football League, these blacks were worn during the 2008 Hometown Days tournament.
First worn at the 2009 night series, these orange jerseys, which featured a front shoulder number, became the primary home jersey through 2011.
Traditional home white jerseys worn at Migley Field from 2012 through 2015. Featured "Newts" in perfect cursive with the primary skyline wiffleballl logo on the sleeve.
Worn on the road from 2012-15, this gray jersey featured "New Carlisle" in the font from the original 2007 Newts logo along with the "frog face" newt on the sleeve.
The 2013 Hometown Days jersey, this dark green shirt featured the first iteration of the old New Carlisle High School monogram.
A return to the traditional Sunday blacks, this jersey featuring the script Newts was worn for the Hometown Cup Playoffs in 2013 and 2014.
Worn as an alternate in 2015, these orange jerseys featured the skyline wiffleball logo on the front and the Oakland A's inspired Newts logo on the sleeve.
The first version of the spotted jersey, this Kelly green shirt was worn for the 2015 Hometown Days tournament. It featured a "Katie" patch in memory of Newts fan Katie Keck.
The first in the MLB series, this take on a White Sox throwback was worn as the home uniform in 2016 and 2017.
A charcoal gray jersey featuring a patch in memory of Newts legend Kaylor Keck was worn for The Wiffle®Ball Championship 2016.
A powder blue nod to the St. Louis Cardinals, this jersey was worn as the road uniform in 2017 and 2018.
A crisp white version of the spotted newt design, this jersey featured the Migley Field marquee on the back. Ironically, the Newts failed to reach the Hometown Cup Finals in 2017.
A fitting tribute to the Cubs and Wrigley Field, this pinstripe jersey was worn as the home uniform from 2018 through 2019.
Another installment of the spotted newt design, this green jersey introduced the franchise's new primary logo and will forever be associated with ending the decade long drought at The Wiffle®Ball Championship.
Originally a road uniform in 2019, this Cleveland inspired orange jersey has become the home uniform for the 2020 and 2021 season.
Following the theme of The Wiffle®Ball Championship 2019, this teal jersey mashed together several elements of 90s NBA design.
The road uniform for 2020 and 2021, this Oakland A's inspired jersey features a script New Carlisle and the old alternate mark of a newt standing on a wiffleball.
An ode to the home ballpark, The Wiffle®Ball Championship 2020 jersey featured ivy, a Cubs inspired fauxback logo, and imagery of the Migley marquee.