The Erie SeaWolves’ entry into the Fun Cup was the Piñatas de Erie. According to the SeaWolves website, the inspiration came from the owner
"“This season, the SeaWolves will play four games as the Erie Piñatas, an alternate identity inspired by team owner Fernando Aguirre’s childhood playing baseball and celebrating with friends and family in Mexico.”"
The SeaWolves home and away caps are now updated and are sound choices but if you can find one of the old caps that feature the first variation of the SeaWolves logo, you can see how much it has changed.
The Toledo Mud Hens have one of the most iconic logos on their hats. They added a new addition in 2006 with a feather and a new version of the Mud Hen but the classic T with the Mud Hen swinging the bat is still the regular home cap and one of my oldest caps. If you are going to go watch Casey Mize and the rest of the talented pitching staff in Toledo this year, I suggest adding this one quickly.