Cake!: Mr. Redlegs

It is established fact that Mr. Redlegs is the greatest mascot in baseball. This is established fact in large part because Mr. Redlegs looks like he brawls on riverboats. It is fitting, then, that the disembodied ball-head of Mr. Redlegs has been rendered in the timeless artistic medium of wholesome frosting:

Some things you should know about this cake:

- Lordly reader Bryan passed this along. I assume he baked, photographed and ate the cake pictured.
- Hot Lips had a birthday.
- The countertop appears to be formica.
- Surely, at some point, Pete Rose made love to Loretta Swit.




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Handsome Dayn Perry can be found making love to the reader at CBSSports.com's Eye on Baseball. He is available for all your Twitter needs.

7 Responses to “Cake!: Mr. Redlegs”

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  1. bstar says:

    +1 for mentioning the 4077th.

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  2. Mr. Observant says:

    Dayn,

    Do you imagine Mr. Redlegs as more of a shirtless, denim-wearing brawler or an old-fashioned fistacuffs gentleman boxer? Also, has he ever boxed a swamp cat to the death? These are the questions that seem to be preventing me from actually preparing for a meeting this morning. you really need to shut down this site I’m likely to be unemployed in the near future…

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  3. Cliff B says:

    Tasty!

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  4. Illinois glass M. Michael Sheets says:

    It would be remiss of me to not point out that Kurt Suzuki is still in the Cakes category. Please keep this sacred category … uh, sacred.

    Also, that is an excellent frosting rendering of Mr. Redlegs, sans weird nose thing happening.

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  5. UncleWeez says:

    I can corroborate that reader Bryan is, indeed, lordly.

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