Chicago Cubs Mascot Exposed On Comcast Sportsnet

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Chicago Cubs Mascot Exposed On Comcast Sportsnet

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[Chicago Cubs Mascot Exposed On Comcast Sportsnet]

[Nicole Darin:] Source: LYBIO.net
We have a little fun now, we turn to mascot, the Chicago Cubs, they introduced their new mascot, their first ever mascot, Clarke the Bear.

Described as a young friendly cub, who can’t wait to interact with the kids also worth noting. He doesn’t wear any pants. I think that is a gaffe photo. If we can switch to the next one, he also chooses to wear sneaker.

New Orleans Pelicans, they may have a problem of their own – their mascot Pierre the Pelican is horrifying, he looks like a deranged bloodthirsty clown that feeds on children. So both of them pretty bad, but which one was the worst? Mind you that one was an artist depiction.

[Man:]
[… ] – I just want to know, I don’t know what to say about a bear with that. Did Yogi Bear wear a cap? I’m not sure, because I don’t know if him and Boo-Boo wore pants. I think I…

[Nicole Darin:]
Yogi Bear, I believe, wore a collar and tie, he was a classy bear. But still this one is pretty frumpy, it’s like a children’s character.

[Man:]
[… ] Yeah,[… ], but I still think the chicken’s worse, chicken look like he —

[Nicole Darin:]
It’s a pelican!

[Man:] Source: L Y B I O . N E T
Yeah the pelican or – mange wild bird, he scared me. I mean I know the little kid jumped back. I know, I would have been scared of the – a bird that looks like it could pluck my head off.

Chicago Cubs Mascot Exposed On Comcast Sportsnet

Chicago Cubs Mascot Exposed On Comcast Sportsnet

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