35 New 2017 Fantasy Baseball Team Names You’ll Want to Use

  • David Gonos


It’s almost spring time! Birds are chirping, grass is starting to grow again, and catchers are dusting off their shinguards. For Fantasy owners, it’s time to take their teams out of the back of the garage and start to get ready for draft season. With that in mind, we’re sharing new 2017 Fantasy Baseball team names we think are worth considering.

Having the same Fantasy team name from year to year is one way to go – it’s easy, people get to know what to expect from you and you’ve grown accustomed to it. But for those owners that love the Fantasy experience, from A to Z, they love to change their Fantasy team names quite often – at least once a season.

In the past year, a lot of things have developed in baseball and in the sports world, which allows Fantasy owners plenty of new topics to draw from when naming their 2017 Fantasy Baseball teams. From new phenomena like, to HBO’s “Westworld,” to the Chicago Cubs being World Series champs to President Donald Trump,

35 New 2017 Fantasy Baseball Team Names

Not all of these are awesome Fantasy team names you’ll want your children named after, but our hope is that enough of them will inspire you to at least a few new ideas. Remember, these are all new team names. For even more Fantasy Baseball team names, check out this list of over 200 team names.

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David Gonos

David Gonos has been writing about sports online since 2001, including CBSSports.com, FoxSports.com, NFL.com, MLB.com and SportsIllustrated.com.