In a drastic turn of events, the New Orleans Zephyrs, the Miami Marlins' Triple-A affiliate that plays in the Pacific Coast League, have been rebranded as the New Orleans Baby Cakes.

We're proud to introduce our new identity - the New Orleans Baby Cakes! pic.twitter.com/6kWLXkRmCf

— NOLA Baby Cakes (@cakesbaseball) November 15, 2016

You're probably thinking "what on earth is this?" While we can't blame you, there is some precedence set here, as the "King Cake Baby" featured above has been a staple at New Orleans Pelicans games during the Mardi Gras season when the King Cake dessert is consumed by the masses.

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The franchise showed off their new threads after the official announcement on Tuesday afternoon:

Here's your first look at our new uniforms! Alongside our home and road jerseys, we have 2 alternates and two sets of Pelicans throwbacks. pic.twitter.com/dRH6vM08bw

— NOLA Baby Cakes (@cakesbaseball) November 15, 2016

Score our newest merchandise items here at the stadium or online at https://t.co/1WqgpJcpFF! pic.twitter.com/u1zmipQCuC

— NOLA Baby Cakes (@cakesbaseball) November 16, 2016

Fans voted on the team's website to determine the franchise's new name, with the three finalist options being "Baby Cakes," "Night Owls" and "Tailgators."

You wanted more King Cake Baby, New Orleans?

You got your wish. Congratulations, I guess. More "Baby Cakes" for everyone.