Clark the Cub and Major League Baseball’s Current Team Mascots (Part 1)
There are a bunch of them all around the majors – both mascots, and goofy, fuzzy ones, too – and probably more than you know. In fact, 27 of 30 MLB teams have a mascot (or two or, in the Cincinnati Reds‘ case, four). Only the New York Yankees, Los Angeles Dodgers and Los Angeles Angels don’t.
Some mascots are cool. Some, not. Some don’t make any sense at all. You decide.
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Arizona Diamondbacks (1 of 2): D. Baxter the Bobcat
Arizona Diamondbacks (2 of 2): The D-Backs Luchador
Atlanta Braves: Homer the Brave
Baltimore Orioles: The Oriole Bird
Boston Red Sox (1 of 2): Wally the Green Monster
Boston Red Sox (2 of 2): Lefty and Righty
Chicago Cubs: Clark the Cub
Chicago White Sox: Southpaw
Cincinnati Reds (1 of 4): Mr. Redlegs
Cincinnati Reds (2 of 4): Rosie Red
Cincinnati Reds (3 of 4): Mr. Red
Cincinnati Reds (4 of 4): Gapper
Cleveland Indians: Slider
Colorado Rockies: Dinger
Detroit Tigers: Paws
Houston Astros: Orbit
Kansas City Royals: Sluggerrr
Miami Marlins: Billy the Marlin
Photos: chicago.barstoolsports.com / nextimpulsesports.com / nextimpulsesports.com / ajc.com / baltimoresun.com / theawesomeboston.com / slowtrav.com / chicagotribune.com / flickr.com / diamondhoggers.com / chicagotribune.com / roundingthird.net / wcpo.com / bleacherreport.com / wikipedia.org / zimbio.com / zimbio.com / royals.mlblogs.com / marlinmaniac.com
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