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 Lobos de Arecibo: a white "A" outlined in black, embossed in gold, on a red circle bordered in gold-navy-gold.

Lobos de Arecibo

Arecibo Wolves

Manuel Rojas took the final surrender of Spanish troops in Puerto Rico at Arecibo, which had some history with being invaded by European powers—but, notably, entirely lacks wolves, suggesting that the town’s sponsors chose the name purely for the animal’s fearsome nature.

Mascot: Lobravo

(lobo “wolf” + bravo “angry”)

Lobravo, the mascot of the Lobos de Arecibo, is a guard dog on steroids: a snow-white wolf showing its sharp teeth and red eyes as it rears at the viewer, pink triangular ears alert. Despite that, it's hard not to imagine this very same canine sniffing you with his pink snout, and maybe even giving you some kisses.

Campeonatos de la LNP


Liga Betances pennants


Campeonatos de las Ligas


Series Interdivisionales

1871 • 1872

Series Eliminatorias

1871 • 1872 • 1873

División Norte titles

1871 • 1872 • 1873 • 1878

Wild card berths


Affiliated Teams

Los Lunas Werewolves (Frontier Baseball League)

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Notable Players


  • Leandro Guido: 1871-1893.
  • Eusebio Jiménez: 1893-


  • Parque de los Lobos: 1871-1903.
  • Estadio Municipal de Arecibo: 1903-