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The tradition in the Major League Baseball mascot began with Mr. Met, introduced for the New York Mets in 1964. Today, all but four major-league teams have mascots (Angels, Cubs, Dodgers and Yankees). Three team mascots — the Phillie Phanatic, Mr. Met, and Slider (Cleveland Indians) — have been inducted into the Mascot Hall of Fame. Several others have been nominated since the Hall's creation in 2005.
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Milwaukee Brewers: Bernie Brewer

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St Louis Cardinals: Fredbird

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Baltimore Orioles: The Oriole Bird

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Philadelphia Phillies: Phillie Phanatic

 
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Toronto Blue Jays: Mascot

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Pittsburgh Pirates: Pirate Parrot

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Washington Nationals: Screech

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Houston Astros: Orbit

 
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Tampa Bay Rays: DJ Kitty

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Cleveland Indians: Slider

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San Diego Padres: Swinging Friar

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Arizona Diamondbacks : Mascot

 
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San Francisco Giants: Panda

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Colorado Rockies: Dinger

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Miami Marlins: Billy

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Oakland Athletics: Stomper

 
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San Diego Padres: Swinging Friar