Loco has been the Curve's beloved mascot since 2015. He is a "Golden Locotami", a species believed to have roamed the mountains by the Horseshoe Curve way back in the 1850s. Even though Loco is the youngest recruit to the Altoona Curve mascot crew, don't let that fool you. He's quickly become a leader of the pack and is bringing thousands of laughs and smiles to every Curve game.
Al debuted as the O"fish"al Rally Mascot of the Altoona Curve in 2009. Despite the claims that he looks like a gold fish, Al is actuall a tuna fish. He doesn't flounder on his job responsibilities either as Al is always working on his next-best dance move to display each time the Curve scores a run.
Steamer is a cartoon model of the K4 steam engine that was manufactured at Altoona's local rail yards in the 1800s. His head represents the smoke stack of the K4 steam engines, while his rather portly belly represents the front of the train. Steamer was the Curve's primary mascot from the inaugural 1999 season and retired from being a full-time mascot at the end of the 2015 season. However, he still makes occasional appearances every summer in Curve, Pa.!
For years Loco was thought to be the last remaining Golden Locotami; but in 2017 we were proven wrong with the discovery of Trax. Trax is Loco’s little brother. He has the sickest and most off-the-wall dance moves, but don’t tell him that we wouldn’t want to inflate his ego anymore. Trax won’t make an appearance at all Curve games but always keep an eye out because you never know when he might pop up!
Mama's famous meatballs, Maria, Marco and Giuseppe, race around the PNG Field infield during the fifth inning. Maria is definitely the saucy sister of Marco and Giuseppe so don't be distracted by her spaghetti blonde hair. Maria may seem tame but don’t let that fool you, she’s got a spicy left hook when you get in range of her purse. Meatball No. 2 of the group, Marco, just can’t seem to catch a break. Since Marco started racing, he has tallied up the least wins in the group. That's probably because Loco always has a trick up his furry sleeves to keep Marco in the loser column. Donning his signature chef’s apron and hat, Giuseppe is the leader of the meatball pack. His oversized glasses give him the vision to cook up a winning plan and lead himself to victory.
Diesel Dawg was introduced as a Curve mascot in 2003. Like any trusty canine, "DD" never strays too far from his owner, Steamer, and was retired with his pal in 2015.
With the birth of a new team identity in 2011, Tenacious Casey joined the Curve's mascot lineup and made appearances through 2014. He displayed the strength and determination that was the character of our early ancestors who built the mighty Pennsylvania railroad.