10 Crazy Minor League Baseball Mascots

One of the most entertaining aspects of attending a minor league baseball game — aside from the potential to see a future major leaguer or a disabled major leaguer working his way back up — is watching the mascot run around. These men and women disguised as larger than life squirrels, chihuahuas, and even anthropomorphized biscuits, hype up the crowd and (hopefully) bring luck to the home team.

We've compiled a list of ten teams with quite the creative mascots, check them out below!

Vermont Lake Monsters

MLB Affiliate: Oakland Athletics

Location: Burlington, Vermont

Mascot: Champ the Lake Monster

 

Albuquerque Isotopes

MLB Affiliate: Colorado Rockies

Location: Albuquerque, New Mexico

Mascot: Orbit

 

Clinton LumberKings

MLB Affiliate: Seattle Mariners

Location: Clinton, Iowa

Mascot: Louie the LumberKing

 

Lehigh Valley Iron Pigs

Affiliate: Philadelphia Phillies

Location: Allentown, Pennsylvania

Mascot: FeFe

 

Akron RubberDucks

MLB Affiliate: Cleveland Indians

Location: Akron, Ohio

Mascot: Webster the RubberDuck

 

Richmond Flying Squirrels

MLB Affiliate: San Francisco Giants

Location: Richmond, Virginia

Mascot: Nutzy

 

Fort Wayne TinCaps

MLB Affiliate: Fort Wayne, Indiana

Location: San Diego Padres

Mascot: Johnny TinCap

 

Hillsboro Hops

MLB Affiliate: Arizona Diamondbacks

Location: Hillsboro, Oregon

Mascot: Barley

 

El Paso Chihuahuas

MLB Affiliate: San Diego Padres

Location: El Paso, Texas

Mascot: Chico

 

Montgomery Biscuits

MLB Affiliate: Tampa Bay Rays

Location: Montgomery, Alabama

Mascots: Big Mo and Monty

 
 

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