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List of 57 Coed Baseball Team Names

Millennial fans of baseball account for 18% of the adult population in the United States. The top markets are found to be in Philadelphia, Milwaukee, Hartford, Albany, and St. Louis. Almost 40% of baby boomers are fans of baseball, but slowly decreases towards newer generations. Baseball is loved by women and men alike. A listing of funny coed baseball team names are compiled below from existing competitors to help encourage your own name and team creation.

3rd Base Bullies
7th Inning Kegels
Aces of Bases
Alley Cats
Bad Intentions
Ball Breakers
Balls Out
Blood Bath & Beyond
Cow Tipping Dwarfs
Crack Smoking Monkeys
Curvy Crushers
Designated Drinkers
Diamonds and Tiaras
Dirty Ball Bags
Dirty Ball Bags
Disciples of the Plate
Drunkin’ Donuts
Farting Ferrets
Fire Breathing Kittens
Fire Breathing Rubber Duckies
Glory Bowl
Grip It and Rip It
Habitat for Insanity
Here for Beer
Hit for Brains
Manage a Trois
Master Batters
Master Minds
Mind Bogglers
Miss Fits
Moose Knuckles
No Fear for Beer
No Glove, No Love
Pigs May Fly
Pink Sox
Pocket Pounders
Saddle Soars
Scared Hitless
Scissor Me Timbers
Silent Assassins
Snatch N Balls
Southern Discomfort
Spider Pigs
Strikers and Strokers
Taste the Rainbow
The Son of Pitches
The Spandex Eleven
The Wet Wedgies
Toque Faspitch
Trigger Happy Bunnies
Ump Yours
Underwear with Special Powers
Viscous and Delicious
Wii Not Fit
Win or Lose We Booze
Wrecking Crew
Yager Bombers

Marketing to Generation Y baseball fans can mean adjustments to your current marketing strategy. The average millennial is willing to spend $25 to $50 on a single ticket and are more interested in season tickets. Over half of these fans are more likely to use a mobile device to read the newspaper and keep updated. The below infographic takes a look at the activities and trends of MLB fans.

MLB Statistics and Baseball Trends

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