Nothing says "Minor League Baseball" like a good mascot. The Gwinnett Braves have that mascot:
Chopper the Groundhog. Why a groundhog? There's a southern version of Punxsutawney Phil that lives in Lilburn named General Beauregard Lee. Yep, this is Georgia all right. As for the name Chopper, substitute a vowel and you'll figure it out. As you can see, Chopper rides around on an ATV, bangs on a drum to lead the croud in claps and engages in typical mascot shenanigans often involving hassling umps and the opposing team coaches.
Here's a YooToob viddy of Chopper in action:
He is much funnier when doing skits. Chopper has excellent comedic timing. One involved a pink feather boa, a pretty girl and a hapless player in an opposing uniform. Another featured a metal trash can that bounced on top of the opposing team's dugout several times. A kid ended up in the trash can at one point which seemed a suitable place at the time. I don't know why I'm writing this paragraph like I'm doing a 3rd grade theme paper. It just seems to fit. Chopper has a goatee and I think that's cool.
Chopper's a cool mascot, but he's slack as hell about updating his blog. Maybe I should get in touch and offer to be a ghost writer?