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Mascot Appearances

Mascot Appearances

The OKC Baseball Club mascots, Brooklyn and Brix, are both available to make appearances in the community on non-game days. Mascot appearances are subject to availability and certain restrictions apply.

To find out more information about mascot appearances, please fill out the form below and fax it to (405) 218-1001 or email it to [email protected] or [email protected].

Born and raised on the wide, open prairies of Oklahoma, Brooklyn and Brix grew up like most cattle dog pups do: working the range. Although their days were spent roving the trail, they both always had a nose for baseball.

During their formative years, Brooklyn and Brix would pass the days listening to ballgames on the radio, and the cowpokes would tell "tails" about baseball greats like Mickey Mantle, Johnny Bench, and Warren Spahn. They dreamed that they'd one day leave the "ruff" and tumble cattle-driving life behind and leave their mark on the game.

One day, the siblings "herd" that the Oklahoma City Baseball Club were holding an open competition to find the next mascots to lead the team. It was almost too good to be true. Brooklyn and Brix hung up their lassos and boots, and headed to the city to fetch their destiny.

When Brooklyn and Brix arrived at Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark, the club was immediately "bow-wowed" by the spunky attitude, loveable nature, and endless energy the pups displayed. They were hired on the spot to be the official mascots of the OKC Baseball Club.

Nowadays, when they're not busy chasing their own tails, you'll find Brooklyn and Brix rounding up fans to cheer on the OKC Baseball Club, wolfing down Dodger Dogs, and giving their all for the team.


Dodger Blue

"Oklahoma!" and "Centerfield"

Hot dogging for fans, chasing squirrels and scratching behind their ears

Dodger Dogs and Dippin' Dots

"Air Bud: Seventh Inning Fetch"