Who Has the Best Name in the Minor Leagues?

Sixty Feet, Six Inches Correspondent IMarch 19, 2009

391095 07: Andrew Tate, left, and his brother Matthew Tate cheer a parade welcoming the Brooklyn Cyclones before their season opener against the Mahoning Valley Snappers June 25, 2001 in Coney Island, Brooklyn, New York. The Cyclones are the class A short-season New York-Penn league affiliate of the New York Mets and are the first professional baseball team to play in Brooklyn since the Dodgers left for Los Angeles in 1957. (Photo by Chris Hondros/Getty Images)

I came across this during my travels of moving through the vast lands of the internet. It's a 64 person bracket themed around hilarious, awesome, and hilariously awesome names of players currently in the minor leagues. It's fun and an interesting time waster. So read through the bracket and vote here.

Also, thanks to this bracket, I found out there's currently a player in the Pirates' farm system named Henry Henry. I really hope he makes it to AAA.


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