1. Montgomery Biscuits
We know the South loves their breakfast, but come on.
2. Normal CornBelters
Something just isn’t “normal” about a stoned ear of corn.
3. Modesto Nuts
Something tells us there’s probably a lot of sexual innuendos being thrown around on a Saturday night at the ballpark.
4. Jamestown Jammers
What were the people in Jamestown thinking?
5. Savannah Sand Gnats
The logo might be a joke, but the terrifyingly real blood-suckers aren’t.
7. Cedar Rapids Kernels
Mr. Kernel looks like he’s been hanging out in Normal too long.
8. El Paso Chihuahuas
Someone didn’t get their taco this afternoon.
9. Erie SeaWolves
Erie shows the result of what happens when you dress a creepy pirate up as a dog.
10. Kannapolis Intimidators
The most intimidating letter “K” you’ll ever see.
Besides being one of the least intimidating mascots in the minors, the Manatees boast an impressive cast of past players.
12. Albuquerque Isotopes
13. Augusta Green Jackets
Arnold Palmers. All day, every day.
14. Auburn Doubledays
Because only mustached men are that casual with a fastball zooming at their face.
15. Richmond Flying Squirrels
Being classified as a “Flying Squirrel” before repping the Giants uniform seems like a form of hazing.
16. Aberdeen Ironbirds
The happiest damn plane you ever will see.
17. Fort Wayne TinCaps
An obvious nod to Johnny Appleseed, but come on…the “TinCaps!?”
18. Toledo MudHens
Not as bad as the Walleye, but come on, Toledo.
19. Eugene Emeralds
“Eugene is a hotbed of countercultural ideas,” said Brandiose’s Jason Klein. “From Sasquatch sightings to hippy culture, the Ems are honoring Eugene’s eccentricities with a few of their own.” - Emerald’s Official Website
20. Charlotte Stone Crabs
Such an oddly specific name, but Stoney the Stone Crab reps the team well.
23. Hickory Crawdads
For every child who grew up catching crawdads in the creek behind the house.
24. New Orleans Zephyrs
Not sure what a beaver has to do with a zephyr, but alright New Orleans!
25. Lehigh Valley IronPigs
Mascots, Ferrous and FeFe, represent the team by wearing #26, the atomic number for Iron, on their jerseys. Science rules.
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