Arriving in Baseballtown from the planet Llabesab, patient Screwball is the captain of the world-famous Fightin Phils Mascot Band. He always lays down the perfect beat on his drums, and can often be spotted around the region as he visits dozens of schools, libraries, little leagues, and other community events throughout the year.
The lead singer of the Fightin Phils Mascot Band always brings his unique brand of energy to the Weston Center Winning Smiles Stage. What he lacks in musical talent he makes up for with effort, as he puts 100% into each and every concert. When he’s not on stage, Quack can usually be found cooling off in the calm waters of the Reading Eagle Pool Pavilion.
The newest member of the Mascot Band, and probably the most musically gifted, Blooper decided a few years back to trade in his tambourine for an electric guitar. He now rocks the Weston Center Winning Smiles Stage with screaming guitar solos inspired by Jimi Hendrix, Stevie Ray Vaughn, and other rock ‘n’ roll legends.
The senior member of the band, and always the coolest, this bongo-pounding reptile is not your average turtle. When he’s not performing, he can usually be found riding through scenic Berks County on his Harley-Davidson motorcycle.
This left-handed, upside-down bass playing beaver brings more than giant teeth to the Weston Center Winning Smiles Stage. He’s always in the groove, and can usually be found pulling off kick-flips and backside grinds while riding his skateboard around Baseballtown.