Orbit Appearance Requests
Interested in Having Orbit at Your Next Event?
Orbit is a large goofy alien that arrived at Isotopes Park for the team's inaugural season back in 2003. This bright orange, yellow, and red guy landed late one night in centerfield and has made Isotopes Park his home ever since.
Standing at about 6'5" (give or take four inches for his antennae) and weighing over 300 lbs, this jolly giant is hard not to notice. His floppy ears, friendly eyes, and long snout gives him the appearance of a dog while his large belly makes him look like a stuffed bear. Fans are always confusing him with one or the other, but fans love him no matter what he is.
Although he is large, Orbit loves to play all sorts of games. Some of his favorite include tag, hide-and-go-seek, checkers, football, wrestling and of course baseball. He loves to climb on jungle gyms and slide down slides; especially in the Fun Zone at Isotopes Park. Running is one of his very favorite things to do although it makes him very tired after he's done. You can also see him running the bases during an Isotopes game!
Orbit can be seen all over Albuquerque at the various appearances he does throughout the year. He has been in parades, at birthday parties, schools, community events and lots of other places to make people's day. At his appearances, people can't help but laugh at his antics and his clumsy nature.
If you see Orbit walking around Albuquerque make sure to say hi, he wants to meet you. Orbit is a creature full of love and joy for everyone. His only wish is to make you laugh and create memories that you will have for a lifetime.
The Albuquerque Isotopes' beloved mascot, Orbit, could be seen at over 300 appearances during the 2013 full-calendar year. Whether he was at the UNM Children's Hospital brining smiles to those who most need it, or cheering on the 'Topes at Isotopes Park, Orbit showed off his dance moves wherever he went. Thanks to his amazing fans, Orbit was even crowned the MiLB Mascot Mania Best Mascot in Minor League Baseball in 2012! Orbit hopes to see you out at plenty of Isotopes' games during the 2014 season but until then below are some of the places you can catch Orbit in the near future.
Are you interested in having Orbit at your next event?