How MLB mascots are staying busy while alone in empty stadiums

The Phillie Phanatic spends his game days practicing his coyly disinterested poses for his online dating profiles. Mitchell Leff/Getty Images

In a normal season, it would be a mascot's job to entertain the crowd at an MLB game with hilarious antics in between innings. This is far from a normal season, but those big lovables still gotta make a living. Here's how they've been spending their game days.

Blooper, Atlanta Braves

Fredbird, St. Louis Cardinals

Mr. and Mrs. Met, New York Mets

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Orbit, Houston Astros

Stomper, Oakland Athletics

Hooper and Paws, Detroit Pistons and Tigers

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Wally the Green Monster, Boston Red Sox

Rosie Red and Mr. Redlegs, Cincinnati Reds

Lou Seal, San Francisco Giants