Baxter is known to be the most high energy and mischievous mascot of the bunch.
Mascots Scheduled to Appear
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Blooper made his MLB debut on January 27th 2018. His favorite songs include "Take Me Out to the Ballgame," "Georgia on My Mind," "Midnight Train to Georgia," and "The Devil Went Down to Georgia".
The Oriole Bird was hatched from an egg at Memorial Stadium in Baltimore in April of 1979 and has been entertaining fans at Orioles home games and around the country since.
Rosie spent her holiday baking pies and cookies for all the MLB mascots. None were delivered due to Gapper, Mr. Red and Redlegs consuming everything.
Dinger…CAN SPIN HIS HEAD.
Billy the Marlin graduated from Atlantis University.
The Phillie Phanatic was born in the Galapagos Islands.
The Swinging Friar was first introduced as the official insignia of the Padres then-thriving Pacific Coast League franchise in 1961.
In 1995, Fredbird, for the first time since he was hatched, started wearing shoes.
Rangers Captain is an amazing driver - he has 3 different vehicles he uses to get around Globe Life Park in Arlington!
As an easily-distracted academic, Tom once stopped mid-race to give a speech to the crowd at Nationals Park.
Despite the characteristic he is known for, sometimes Abe isn't always honest in his methods to win the race. But rather, he relies on his athleticism and determination to do whatever it takes to come in first.
Theodore Roosevelt once went on a nearly seven-year losing streak that ended on the final regular season game of the 2012 season.
George Washington was the first competitor to win the Washington Nationals Presidents Race - an achievement he cherishes equal to winning the American Revolution and founding this nation.
July 14, 2020
Dodger Stadium, Los Angeles, CA