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 Triple-A Baseball Mascots  

No Triple-A Baseball game is complete without the zany antics of the lovable, furry, friendly mascots. Fans of all ages get a thrill out of seeing the mascots, which are found in all 30 Triple-A parks. Mascots do so much more than just provide an identity for the Triple-A club. The mascots often represent their club in the community and are quick with a hug, high-five, or pat on the head for fans. From Dragons to Ducks and Beavers to Foxes, mascots provide non-stop fun and excitement at every Triple-A Baseball game.