Two similar-looking baseball players take DNA tests to find out if they're related

Two minor league baseball players were put to the test Wednesday – a DNA test, that is.

The pitchers -- both named Brady Feigl -- are part of the Texas Rangers and Oakland Athletics’ organization, respectively (whichever way). They also, astonishingly, look alike. They're both 6-feet-4 and sport similar beards and eyewear, according to CBS Sports. However, they swear they are not related to each other.

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In 2017, even the college of Brady Feigl -- the one later with the Rangers -- got the two men mixed up.

So...are they related in any way?

Inside Edition gave both Feigls a DNA test to see if they were actually related.

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The tests came back negative, according to Inside Edition. However, the pair said they will remain friends as they embark on the long road to (hopefully) the major leagues.