5 Reasons Blooper Is the Best Mascot in Baseball

The Atlanta Braves mascot was not well received when it was introduced in 2018. Now, he's the best mascot in MLB.
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4. Other mascots fear him

Oh, you thought that because Bloopy is great with the kids and hosts mascot parties means that he doesn't strike fear into the hearts of opponents? You thought wrong. (Did you not see those stiff arms on those kids?)

Blooper's power over other mascots is so great that even other sports' mascots recognize his legendary status. We know Gritty, the mascot of the Philadelphia Flyers, only made this sign to stay on the good side of the great Blooper.

3. He's a great listener

Mascots, as we know, don't talk. For a lot of us, it'd be really hard to build relationships with others without talking. But Blooper? He's just an award-winning listener who definitely doesn't talk to Matt Olson.

His ability to show his character without speaking is truly awe-inspiring, and he's often rewarded with gigs (non-speaking, of course).