The logo of the Liga Nacional Puertorriqueña: a big sky-blue circle, bordered in red and white, surrounding a smaller circle of darker blue with white borders, superimposed on which is a red-and-white nautical star that hosts the acronym "LNP" in black block letters.

Gaceta de la Liga Nacional Puertorriqueña

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The logo of the Cafeteros de Maricao: a white "M" in quirky font bordered in black and then orange, on a brown circle bordered in dark brown and white.

Cafeteros de Maricao

Maricao Coffee Growers

Maricao is one of Puerto Rico’s most sparsely-populated municipalities, and yet, in the era of the Republic, it would be one of the island’s most important centers for coffee production, as well as a haven for much of the interesting flora and fauna native to the island.

Mascot: Tazastre

(taza “mug” + desastre “disaster”)

Tazastre, the mascot of the Cafeteros de Maricao, is the angriest sentient pure-white coffee mug anyone has ever seen. As it stares at you, it directs attention away from the four dark brown coffee beans sitting inside of it, three of which are (as you might expect) very, very awake, one of which is wearing a straw hat. The last one, despite being a coffee bean in a coffee mug, is somehow fast asleep, with a red bandana tied around its neck.

Campeonatos de la LNP

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Liga Betances pennants

1885 • 1887

Campeonatos de las Ligas

1885 • 1887

Series Interdivisionales

1878 • 1885 • 1887 • 1889

Series Eliminatorias

1878 • 1881 • 1884 • 1885 • 1887 • 1888 • 1889 • 1890

División Cordillera Oeste titles

1881 • 1882 • 1884 • 1885 • 1886 • 1887 • 1888 • 1889 • 1890 • 1891 • 1892 • 1893 • 1894

Wild card berths

1878 • 1897

Affiliated Teams

Gatineau Draveurs (Royal Canadian Baseball League)
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Notable Players

Sponsors

  • Fernando Rivera: 1871-1901.
  • Ismael Fernández: 1901-

Stadia

  • Parque de los Cafeteros: 1871-