Ryan Foose Copa de la Diversión by Ryan Foose

The Copa is a season-long series specifically designed to embrace the culture and values that resonate most with teams' local U.S. Hispanic/Latino communities.

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Matamoscas de Midessa (Midland-MiLB)

April 10, 2019

The Matamosca, a fly-swatter, holds a multi-faceted role in many Hispanic/Latino households: Bug control, discipline tool and toy for the creative minds. A little hidden M de M for team connection. See More --> http://bit.ly/midessa

Rápidos de Kannapolis - Full (MiLB)

April 09, 2019

Full primary version.

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Rápidos de Kannapolis (MiLB)

April 09, 2019

An update to their 2018 Copa logo, Rápidos is depicted as more of a Phoenix character. See more --> http://bit.ly/rapidoscopa

El Viento de Lancaster (MiLB)

April 08, 2019

The Wind of Lancaster...Character is based on their mascot KaBoom. See more --> http://bit.ly/Lanviento

Picantes de Lake County (MiLB)

April 03, 2019

Bringing the heat! See more --> https://atmilb.com/2FQJ227

Calaveras de West Michigan (MiLB)

April 02, 2019

A local take on a sugar skull for West Michigan. The area code, 616, is featured within the eyes and nose and WM on forehead. Also included their primary brand's wave into bottom jaw. See More --> https://atmilb.com/2uOSH4h

Mal de Ojo de Durham (MiLB)

March 27, 2019

MAL DE OJO!!!!! A custom bull-like creature for Durham that features a glow-in-the-dark eye, so it's always present. See More --> http://bit.ly/durhammaldeojo

Alebrijes de Modesto (MiLB)

March 26, 2019

Alebrijes (spirit animals) within the Hispanic culture tend to be a combination of multiple creatures. For Modesto, we helped them create their own. -Coyote to represent Modesto -Golden Eagle to represent Mexico -Moose to represent thei...