Minor Leaguers with same name and likeness might be clones
They said cloning couldn't be done on humans -- it was too dangerous. It's only in books and movies and TV shows that exist in a different world or have easy-to-use cloning hammocks.
Well, we're here today to tell you to forget everything you've ever heard. Feast your eyes on Rangers Minor Leaguer
Which one of these players is Brady Feigl? Trick question: they are both named Brady Feigl. One is in the Rangers system, and the other is in the A's system. pic.twitter.com/nCIufSkpdQ— Levi Weaver (@ThreeTwoEephus) September 1, 2018
OK, so they're probably not actually clones, but they're about as close as we can get. They're not related, both are named Brady Feigl, both are redheads with red beards, both wear sweet baseball spectacles and both are very solid Minor League pitchers.
If they are clones, we want more. We want five Brady Feigls, nay, 15 Brady Feigls. Give us a team of entirely Brady Feigls and we'll win every World Series from here until the end of time.