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J.C. Correa Trademarks

The following list includes all pending trademark applications and active federal trademark registrations that are owned by J.C. Correa.

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February 2, 2024

J.C. Correa is a professional baseball player from Puerto Rico.

John Carlos Correa Oppenheimer was born in Santa Isabel, Puerto Rico. His parents are Carlos Sr. and Sandybel Oppenheimer. His family struggled financially when he was a child. Both of his parents worked full time, with his father working multiple jobs to make ends meet and support J.C.’s older brother, Carlos Correa’s, baseball aspirations. Carlos Sr. continued to train both of his sons while he worked to support his family. Their mother even sold some of their food at one of their lowest points.

Hurricane Georges took a terrible toll on the family financially and damaged their property extensively, but still, the family supported the boys’ baseball aspirations. John Carlos attended Puerto Rico Baseball Academy and High School (PRBAHS) in San Juan, Puerto Rico on a scholarship, following in his older brother’s footsteps. His brother Carlos was drafted by the Astros in 2015. In 2016, John Carlos graduated from Puerto Rico Baseball Academy and High School.

J.C. made a name for himself by playing second base and shortstop in high school. After high school, he attended Alvin Community College, in Alvin, Texas, where he played baseball. While at Alvin, he had a batting average of .364, 103 career hits with three home runs and 50 RBIs. He then committed to play for the Lamar Cardinals at Lamar University in Beaumont, Texas.

In 2019, J.C. played and started in 53 games for the Lamar Cardinals. He played shortstop and was a designated hitter. His batting average was .332, which led the team. He also had 74 hits, 14 doubles, 10 home runs, and 44 RBIs. He drew 17 walks and only struck out 26 times while being at-bat 223 times. He had the 11th best batting average in his conference and sixth in total bases. In his final ten games that season, his batting average was .410. He also had three doubles and three home runs during that stretch, scoring seven runs with 10 RBIs. He was named Second Team All-Southland Conference Shortstop.

His 2020 college baseball season was shortened by the coronavirus pandemic. J.C. was named 2020 Preseason First Team Perfect Game All-SLC, 2020 Preseason First Team All-Southland Conference shortstop, and a D1Baseball Top 150 Hitter. He played in and started all 14 games that his team was able to play in that season. That season, he had a batting average of .245, 13 hits including four doubles, nine runs scored, and five RBIs. He was also four for four in steal attempts. He led the team in doubles and fielding percentage for the season.

J.C. Correa was drafted two times by his older brother, Carlos’ team, the Houston Astros. In 2018, while playing for the Alvin Community College, he was the 33rd pick. J.C. was again drafted by the Houston Astros in 2019, this time in the 38th round of the draft. At the end of his shortened 2020 collegiate season, he signed with the Houston Astros as a free agent.

The Houston Astros assigned J.C. to their Low A affiliate, the Fayetteville Woodpeckers, where he played middle infielder and gained attention as a hitter. He had a batting average of .321 and 20 RBIs in the 20 games that he played in for them in June of 2021. The team named him High-Performance Player of the Month. Correa was then promoted to the team’s High A affiliate, the Asheville Tourists, where he had a batting average of .314, four home runs, and 24 RBIs. As a free agent at the end of the 2021 season, he was one of the most exciting free agents to watch.

In 2021, John Carlos Correa filed a federal trademark application for a logo for use on sweatshirts, shirts, hooded sweatshirts, and t-shirts. The logo shows the head of a grey panther that is growling and has red eyes. The panther has a red bandana is tied around its head and it has the words “SNIPEX PREDATOR SNIPEX PREDATOR” on it. It is surrounded by a red banner and also has a red banner underneath it that reads, “SNIPEX PREDATOR” in white.

In 2021, Correa filed a separate trademark application for another logo for use on shirts, hats, beanies, T-shirts, shorts, sweatshirts, onesies for babies and toddlers, hooded sweatshirts, polos, and tank tops. This logo shows the stylized letters “S” and “P” with a crown sitting on top of them. There are claw marks or scratches that run through both the crown and the letters.

J.C. Correa is a prolific gamer and “snipexpredator” is his social media and gamer tag. His merchandise is sold on his website and often benefits the Correa Family Foundation, which is a charity that he runs along with his older brother.

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IC 025. US 022 039. G & S Beanies; Hats; Shirts; Shorts; Sweatshirts; T-shirts; One piece garment for infants and toddlers; Polo shirts; Tank tops; Hooded sweatshirts. FIRST USE: 20210401. FIRST USE IN COMMERCE: 20210401.

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Correa, Jean Carlos
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(3) Illustration: Drawing or design which also includes word(s)/ letter(s)/number(s). The mark consists of a crown on top of the letters "S" and "P" with claw scratch marks running through the letters and crown.
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