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Arizona Diamondbacks flag images from Pete Loeser, 18 February 2019

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Introduction: Arizona Diamondbacks Franchise

     The Arizona Diamondbacks are an American professional baseball expansion team playing in the National League (NL) West division of the Major League Baseball (MLB). They were established in 1998 in Phoenix, Arizona. The team plays their home games at Chase Field (formerly Bank One Ballpark). Known locally by their fans as the "D-Backs", "The Snakes", or simply as the "Backs", the team won a World Series championship in only their fourth season defeating the New York Yankees in 2001, a MLB record. They currently hold five West Division titles won in 1999, 2001, 2002, 2007 and 2011.
      It should be noted that in the early years baseball teams used pennants rather than flags (hence the practice of calling championships winning the pennant) and there were a host of unofficial manufacturer's variants of these and later fan flags marketed for the Angels and their fans. They included flags, banners, and pennants too numerous to all be shown here.
Pete Loeser, 24 February 2019

Commemorative flags

Vintage Flag 1998

image from Pete Loeser, 24 February 2017

The Diamondbacks' original colors were purple, black, teal and copper. Their first logo was an italicized block letter "A" with a diamond pattern, and the crossbar represented by a snake's tongue. After their first season they changed their colors to Sedona Red, Sonoran Sand, Black, Teal, and White.
Pete Loeser, 24 February 2019

Fan flags

Arizona Dbacks Flags

image from Pete Loeser, 24 February 2017

These Dbacks fan flags features the Arizona Diamondbacks A logo, but re-colored to indicate the changed team colors of Sedona Red, Sonoran Sand, and Black.
Pete Loeser, 24 February 2017

Arizona Diamondbacks "National" Flags

images from Pete Loeser, 24 February 2017

These popular variants of the American national flag have been produced for all the MLB teams and displayed by their enthusiastic fans. In the canton of the first illustrated here the white stars of the national flag have a Diamondbacks Arizona "A" logo superimposed over Sonoran Sand colored Stars, on a black field instead of blue. The 13 red and white stripes in the fly have been replaced with the Sedona Red and black colors of the Arizona Diamondbacks.
The second variant shown here features less stripes and no stars, 11 Sedona Red and black stripes to be exact. In the canton is the new Diamondbacks snake logo
Pete Loeser, 24 February 2019

Arizona Diamondbacks "A" Logo Flags
(old team colors) - Manufacturer's Variants

images by Pete Loeser, 24 February 2017

The Dback's old Arizona "A" logo in black, teal and copper, placed on a black background or field. The second flag repeats the same design, but on a white field.
Pete Loeser, 24 February 2019

The Diamondbacks "A" Arizona Logo Flag
(with Black Field) - Manufacturer's Variants

image from Pete Loeser, 24 February 2017

The Diamondbacks Arizona "A" logo in Sedona Red and black, outlined in Sonoran Sand, placed on a black background or field.
Pete Loeser, 24 February 2019

Arizona Diamondbacks Yacht Flags and Pennants

images from Pete Loeser, 17 May 2019

For those baseball fans who own boats and want to display their team loyalty afloat, these flags are available for them. The flags take the form of either a broad pennant or a square boat flag with either a cap or team logo near the hoist. Each uses the individual team's colors in their designs.
Note: Because of the small size of these nautical broad pennants. usually about a foot tall (approximately 30.48 centimeters), they have also gained popularity as "golf cart" flags. It should also be noted that a broad pennant, or any other flag shape, is only called a "burgee" if it designates an organized boating club.
Pete Loeser, 17 May 2019