Editor's Note: These were some of Chris Kline's musings from the first day of the tournament, but now that he has photos of the Aguilas mascot, we've bumped it back to the top to give visual evidence of the mascot, and to let you all decide whether this is supposed to be an eagle, a chicken or parrot.There are so many things to say about the atmosphere here at Roberto Clemente Walker Stadium on the first day, but here are just a few observations and breakdowns . . .â€¢ The Aguilas mascot is unlike any other in baseball. It's supposed to be an eagle, but looks more like a poor man's version of The Chicken . . . kind of. The eagle changes outfits throughout the night--and obviously in an 18-inning game there are plenty of opportunities to run through the entire schitck--but I think the one where he wore a sheriff costume and rolled around on the turf, then paused to act like he was shooting at the Venezuelan dugout (complete with sound effects followed by maniacal laughter from the PA system at least five times) was the one that had my jaw dropping the farthest.Or there was the one where he came out dressed as a ninja and was doing karate moves about five feet from the right field line--during the game and not between innings. That one was a personal favorite of an American League scout. Oh, or the one where he came out with his clothes all ripped up and had huge green hands doing some pseudo Incredible Hulk impersonation. But he looked more like a chicken with plastic green hands that wanted to go a few rounds with Yorman Bazardo. I keep trying to picture the Phillie Phanatic trying to pull any of those off and it's just not happening.