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 Fríos de Aibonito: a lowercase bold serif "a" in orange, bordered in black, on a blue circle bordered in black, then orange, then black.

Fríos de Aibonito

Aibonito Cold Ones

In the years following the establishment of the league, citizens of Aibonito asked about this peculiar choice for a team name would invariably point out that, beyond the low temperature, their town was famous for exactly one other thing, and that was flowers.

Mascot: Trompollito

(trompo “top [toy]” + pollito “little chicken”)

Trompollito, the mascot of the Fríos de Aibonito, is a big chubby orange chicken with stubby wings whose blue feet look simply too small to support its clumsy weight. He might at any second fall over, and if he did, his big blue eyes would probably well up, and you'd probably have to hug him and hold his blue beak and tell him he's actually a great chicken.

Campeonatos de la LNP

None.

Liga Hostos pennants

1881 • 1895

Campeonatos de las Ligas

1879 • 1881 • 1895

Series Interdivisionales

1879 • 1881 • 1884 • 1889 • 1895 • 1902

Series Eliminatorias

1878 • 1879 • 1880 • 1881 • 1882 • 1883 • 1884 • 1887 • 1888 • 1889 • 1890 • 1895 • 1897 • 1902

División Valle Costero Sur titles

1871 • 1875 • 1877 • 1878 • 1879 • 1880 • 1881 • 1882 • 1883 • 1884 • 1885 • 1886 • 1887 • 1888 • 1889 • 1890 • 1891 • 1892 • 1893 • 1894 • 1895 • 1896 • 1897 • 1901 • 1902

Wild card berths

None.

Affiliated Teams

Brampton Florists (Royal Canadian Baseball League)
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Notable Players

Sponsors

  • Tito Santos: 1871-1893.
  • Ascanio Martínez: 1893-

Stadia

  • Jardines de Aibonito: 1871-