The MiLB has revealed their Copa club identities for all 72 teams. The "Copa de la Diversión," translated to "Fun Cup," is a season-long event series specifically designed to embrace the culture and values that resonate most with participating teams' local U.S. Hispanic/Latino communities. For the special event each team will create culturally-relevant on-field personas that honor the local U.S. Hispanic/Latino communities. With each new logo and name comes special uniforms and hats to match.
"Minor League Baseball is built on the fun, memory-making experiences created by our teams each and every day. When we introduced 'It's Fun to Be a Fan' and 'Es Divertido Ser Un Fan' last season, the overwhelmingly positive response led us to create this season-long event series, further showcasing our teams' commitment to their communities and MiLB's unique brand of fun." - Kurt Hunzeker, Minor League Baseball's Vice President of Marketing Strategy and Research