Feast your eyes on these two minor-league baseball players who share the same name and look identical
The Rangers and A's have two, identical minor-league pitchers but they aren't related
There are some strange things that have happened in history of baseball. But a discovery made by Texas Rangers beat writer Levi Weaver may just be the strangest.
Weaver posted a tweet with side by side headshots of two minor-league pitchers who happen to look nearly identical. The two pitchers both stand at 6-foot-4, are redheads with similar beards and wear uniform baseball spectacles. But that wasn't the head scratcher. The two pitchers are both named Brady Feigl. And they're not related.
Feigl of the Rangers played at Mount St. Mary's while Feigl of the A's played college ball at Mississippi. While Feigl was pitching for Ole Miss, the official Twitter account even got confused and tagged the wrong Feigl.
If both these guys continue the climb up the minors, we could potentially see a Brady Feigl vs. Brady Feigl pitching matchup in the American League West.
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