Wichita rolls out a logo finalist for new baseball team, but no name

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WICHITA, Kan. (KAKE) -

The City of Wichita has rolled out a logo finalist logo for the city's new triple-A baseball team, but no name to go with it.  

The @WichitaBaseball Twitter account on Wednesday changed its profile pictures on social media to an illustration of a wind wagon. The account's name on Twitter was changed to "Wichita (Unknown)."

"Alright, we've taken your feedback and most of you have said it's time to get serious. We're switchin' it up a bit. What do you think the name of this logo should be?" a post on the team's Twitter page says.

Miss Kansas 2019 Annika Wooton said in a video in August that a different name and logo mock-up will be released every two weeks. The video was released hours after Mayor Longwell tweeted the name of the first finalist: the Wichita River Riders. The second finalist is the Wichita 29ers, the third is the Wichita Linemen. The fourth finalist is the Wichita Doo-Dahs.

The team will get its official logo, designed by Todd Radom, in mid-November. 

The team won't start playing until April 2020. 

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