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Baseball Theme Names

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Three baby names sound best for baseball theme names

  • Mickey: For Mickey Mantle, who played for the New York Yankees
  • Rally: When a team comes back from behind
  • Diamond: The layout of the four bases is called the diamond
  • Ranger: For the Texas Rangers, a major league baseball team
  • Fenway: Fenway Park, home of the Boston Red Sox
  • Chopper: When a ball is hit and strikes the area of dirt in front of home plate right away
  • Derek: Derek Jeter, a former New York Yankee player, now the Chief Executive Officer and part owner of the Miami Marlins
  • Ria: Ria Cortesia is a female umpire in professional baseball
  • Jackie: For Jackie Robinson, the first African American to play Major League Baseball in the modern era
  • Bronx: For the location of Yankee stadium
  • Lefty: A term commonly used for a left-handed pitcher
  • Peanut: For the snack that is popular at all levels of baseball
  • Ozzie: For Ozzie Smith, the St. Louis Cardinals player known for his play as well as for doing back flips on the field
  • Comet: Ann Harnett used to play with the Kenosha Comets
  • Mattie: Don Mattingly, spent his career with the Yankees and is now the manager of the Miami Marlins
  • Casey: For baseball player and manager Casey Stengel
  • Astro: For the Houston Astros, a major league baseball team
  • Ruth: For Babe Ruth, a major league baseball player who played for 22 seasons
  • Hot Dog: For the food that is popular for those attending baseball games
  • Jay: As in the Major League Baseball team the Toronto Blue Jays
  • Shea: The stadium where the New York Mets played from 1964 to 2008
  • Rookie: A player in their first year of play
  • Marlin: The Miami Marlins is a team in the National League of Major League Baseball
  • Don: For Don Mattingly, a longtime player on the Yankees, now the manager of the Florida Marlins
  • Miami: For the Miami Marlins, a major league baseball team
  • Campy: As in the player Roy Campanella of the Brooklyn Dodgers
  • Paige: Leroy Robert “Satchel” Paige was a pitcher in Major League Baseball as well as a player in the American Negro league; Paige played in the Major Leagues until the age of 47
  • Cy: Cy Young, a pitcher in Major League Baseball, set pitching records some of which have stood for over a century; an award is given in his name each year for the best pitcher
  • Dodger: A national league team in major league baseball
  • Camden: Named for Camden Yards, which is the home stadium of the Baltimore Orioles
  • Caray: For Cubs longtime broadcaster Harry Caray, his son Skip Caray, or his grandson Chip Caray, both of whom have broadcast for the Braves
  • Sally: Stands for the South Atlantic League (SAL), a Class A minor baseball league
  • Wrigley: As in Wrigley field, the home of the Chicago Cubs, located in Chicago’s North side
  • Yankee: An American league team in major league baseball
  • Hercules: For the English Mastiff in the film The Sandlot
  • Sophie: Sophie Kurys earned the nickname “Tina Cobb”; averaged 123.77 stolen bases in her nine season career in the All-American Girls Professional Baseball League
  • Trot: For the slow jog around the bases that players make after hitting a home run
  • Yogi: A catcher in Major League Baseball who also became a coach and a manager
  • Closer: A relief pitcher who is regularly utilized to finish the game
  • Jennie: Jennie Finch, a famous softball player who won a gold medal as a pitcher for Team USA in 2004
  • Homer: For the home run, where the hitter rounds all of the bases
  • Ump: For the umpire, who ensures that the rules are followed
  • Beane: William Lamar Beane III, also known as Billy, who played professional baseball and now works in the front office of the Oakland A’s; best known for applying statistical analysis to players when evaluating them
  • Angel: For the Los Angeles Angels, an American League team
  • Grounder: The term for a ground ball
  • Phillie: For the Philadelphia Phillies; a good name for a fan of the team
  • Cracker Jack: The snack that is popular at live baseball games
  • Strike: What a pitcher is aiming for and what a hitter wants to avoid; three strikes and the hitter out
  • Albert: For Albert Pujols of the St. Louis Cardinals
  • Vin: Longtime Dodger announcer Vin Scully
  • Red: As in the Cincinatti Reds; a good name for the fan of a team, particularly for a dog that is red in color
  • Meatball: Refers to a pitch that is easy to hit
  • Jeter: Derek Jeter, a player on the New York Yankees
  • Sandy: For Sandy Koufax, who played for the Brooklyn Dodgers, beginning in 1955
  • Brooks: The name of the canine ambassador for the Rough Riders Minor League Baseball team
  • Pop: For pop up, which once caught, is an out
  • Dorothy: For Dorothy Kamenshek, considered the best hitter in the All-American Girls Professional Baseball League; the only player to get more than 1000 hits and also stole 631 bases
  • Miller: Miller park is where the Milwaukee Brewers play
  • Ann: For Ann Harnett, the first woman to sign with the All-American Girls Professional Baseball League