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Welcome to the home of the Arizona Diamondbacks mascot: D. Baxter the Bobcat

D. Baxter the Bobcat was unveiled to the world on June 23, 2000, at Chase Field. The idea for the mascot came from Brantley Bell, son of former second baseman Jay Bell, who explained to his dad that the team should have a "BOB" cat as a mascot since the team played in the BOB (Bank One Ballpark). Bell informed management about his son's idea and Baxter was born.

Today, Baxter has won over the crowd with his crazy antics, good looks and his infamous "fur" ball. In addition to his numerous gameday responsibilities, Baxter also serves as an ambassador for the D-backs organization, venturing off the field to visit hospitals, schools and other community events throughout the Valley and the state of Arizona.

During the 4th inning of every D-backs game Baxter spends time at his Den, which is located in the Phoenix Children's Hospital Sandlot on the Upper Concourse at Chase Field. There, Baxter signs autographs and poses for pictures with all of his adoring fans. When you're finished, you can go play on the slides, practice your baseball skills on Futures Field, or take batting practice in the batting cages all located right outside of Baxter's Den.