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I expect everything from the Diamondbacks organization to be unprofessional, but Baxter the Bobcat is disturbing even by their standards.
Which one "wears" a frock?
everyone hates the Moose. The Moose could have gone out on the field before the game and, with props and charts, provided a provable grand unification theory, and we'd have gone after him with advanced theoretical arguments about the ultimately unknowable nature of the universe and his unfitness to be a member of same.
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We were all horrified, except for Dave, who turned a salmon pink and batted ineffectually at the Moose while protesting incoherently. The rest of us laughed, but in the awful laugh of the terrified, as we screamed 'No!' 'Stop!'. Then the Moose passed on to the aisle, leaving Dave shocked, the rest of us scared and unable to get a full sentence out, and an entire section of baffled, vaguely offended fans around us.
Here’s an official list of five mascots you don’t want standing over your bed as you sleep.
Creepiest mascot - the McKinley High Viking.
Youppi has fallen on hard times, and now has to pay the electric bill by making frat boys happy. Don't judge, until you've walked 1.60934 kilometers in his comically large shoes.
Youppi! was the first mascot to be thrown out of a Major League Baseball game: On August 23, 1989, in the 11th inning, while atop the visitors' dugout, Youppi! took a running leap, landing hard and noisily on its roof, and then snuck into a front row seat. Los Angeles Dodgers manager Tommy Lasorda complained to the umpires and Youppi! was ejected, though he later returned, confined to the home team's dugout roof, as Montreal eventually lost 1-0 in 22 innings.
Los Angeles Dodgers manager Tommy Lasorda complained to the umpires and Youppi! was ejected, though he later returned, confined to the home team's dugout roof
The Padre? What's his name?
The Swinging Friar is how he is referred to; he doesn't have a name as far as I know. In many Padres logos he's depicted swinging a bat.
Obligatory from the NBA:
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