New Orleans’ Baby Cakes are well-known for their unique logo. It resembles a cartoon toy version of a plastic toys. It was inspired by a joke about Jesus, and has become one of the most memorable sports nicknames in the world. The name is not only funny, but also speaks to the local community and attracts fans.
The Baby Cakes began play in 1993 in the Triple-A American Association. In 1998, the franchise relocated to the Pacific Coast League, where they played until 2009. During their tenure in the PCL, the Baby Cakes made three trips to the postseason and twice won the PCL championship.
The baby is a symbol for New Orleans and the name has a symbolic significance. It symbolizes the New Orleans Baby Cakes’ pride in the city and their local cuisine. They are a professional baseball team and feature mascots Clotile and Boudreaux. They are also known to hold kids’ days every Sunday.
The Zephyrs were known as the New Orleans Zephyrs for nearly 25 years. They are now known as the New Orleans Baby Cakes. The team chose the name based on an online contest, which attracted more than 3,000 submissions from fans. Unveiled was also a new logo. The logo shows a baby holding onto a bat.