In what can only be the result of dastardly Russian interference, The Freeze lost a race last night. Disgusting.
Baseball happened last night in Atlanta, but who has time for bats and balls when there’s a spandex-clad superhero taking on all comers in a sprint along the outfield wall:
The Mets lost to the Brewers tonight by six runs. Aside from Eric Thames’s big dinger, what happened on the field was not particularly notable (the Mets lose all the time). However, right next to the field, Mr. Met provided the highlight of the night when he flipped off a fan who was videotaping the interaction.
Actually, multiple versions of Zippy the kangaroo are missing.
Kevin Durant has had it tonight with the Jazz mascot, angrily telling it off and earning a flagrant foul for shoving Gobert late in the game. Durant also had words with a man in a bear costume, depicted above.
Albert, the Florida Gators’ mascot, gave up his life for a kid’s when a foul ball came his way in Tuesday’s baseball game against North Florida.
Teddy Roosevelt thought he had a clear path to glory after the other presidents were knocked out early. He was wrong.
Feel that warm breeze my friends, summer’s almost here. Time to hop on those ATVs.
At first glance, it looked like the Phoenix Suns’ gorilla mascot had gone rogue when he slid headfirst into the paint during the fourth quarter of the Suns game against the Washington Wizards.
New Orleans’s favorite nightmare demon infant is out roaming the streets once again—that’s right, the King Cake Baby is at the city’s annual King Cake Fest today.
A team from Fond du Lac, Wisc., will field a team in the Northwoods League, a collegiate summer baseball league, beginning next year. Today they announced the team name. It’s that.
The AAA baseball team formerly known as the New Orleans Zephyrs will henceforth be known as the New Orleans Baby Cakes. This is undoubtedly a unique mascot, one that will surely draw internet ire the same way that fellow New Orleanian King Cake Baby (deservedly) did, but Baby Cakes is a good mascot. It’s regionally…
A tragedy was narrowly avoided this weekend when a gigantic, basketball jersey-clad fish, presumably hired as the halftime entertainment for the day’s Derby County-Blackburn match, attacked a poor goalkeeping coach in the middle of its act. Luckily, the man was not seriously harmed.
Meet Hunter, the Edmonton Oilers’ new mascot. Clap! Clap for Hunter! Clap for Hunter or he’ll eat you! He feeds on your applause, or he will feed upon your children.
Good afternoon. Here’s the best, and worst, of today’s College GameDay signs from Knoxville—with some help from SEC Nation:
Saint Louis University’s mascot is the Billikens. No, a billiken is not a type of lake, an airplane, or an offbrand big cat. It’s a “mythical good-luck figure who represents ‘things as they ought to be’” according to the school’s website. Things apparently ought to be horrifying, because the updated mascot that SLU…