These strange old Quaker names are even better than the names in Fighting Baseball

The Japanese developers of Fighting Baseball (1995) didn't want to pay for licensing the real names of professional American baseball players so they made up a bunch of names that sounded American:

Maybe they should have used this list of even more awesome names of 17th- and 18th-century Quakers:

Or, mix and match! I'd choose Bobson Dugnutt as pitcher, and Experience Cuppage as catcher. Wilde Wilde would be shortstop, and Mario McRlawain would be first baseman.

[Via Nag on the Lake]