The Trenton Thunder will change their name to El Trueno de Trenton (Trenton Thunder in spanish) for 3 games in June to celebrate Trenton's hispanic heritage and each night will have a different theme, according to Trentonthunder.com.

They made the announcement yesterday at a special press conference at the Boys and Girls Club of Mercer County. Trenton Thunder's GM/COO, Jeff Hurley, is excited and said, "The latin community has long had a significant impact both on the gameof baseball and on the Capital City. I am thrilled to welcome and celebrate all Latino community members this summer with our corporate partner, Aetna."

The new uniforms were revealed too, and I have to say, I love them...they look great! They're teal and yellow. They need to get Boomer one too. Check out the facebook picture. Lol. Looking good guys & girls. Don't worry, you'll be able to buy some of this limited edition gear. Click HERE for El Trueno de Trenton merch.

Here's the schedule in June for the El Trueno de Trenton:

Saturday, June 1st will be Dominican Republic Heritage Night. They'll play the Harrisburg Senators. They'll be spanish food for sale, and fireworks with merengue music after the game.

Saturday, June 8th will be Central American Heritage Night. They'll play the Erie SeaWolves. They'll be spanish food available, and fireworks after the game to Latin music.

Saturday, June 29th will be Puerto Rican Heritage Night. they'll play the New Hampshire Fisher Cats. The fireworks afterthe game will be set to salsa music, and once again, there will be spanish food for sale.

El Trueno de Trenton merch will be available to buy at all 3 games.

For more info, tickets, merch and more, go to TrentonThunder.com.