Athletes and their doppelganger sons

PHOENIX, AZ - MAY 26: Miguel Montero #26 of the Arizona Diamondbacks holds his son, Angel, in his lap while talking to the press about his new contract prior to a game against the Milwaukee Brewers at Chase Field on May 26, 2012 in Phoenix, Arizona. (Photo by Norm Hall/Getty Images)

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German folklore tells stories of people being haunted by ghosts that look exactly like them. In American culture, we use the word doppelganger to refer to a person who could practically be your twin, well at least according to Facebook. With Father’s Day upon us, we would like to celebrate athletes who happen to have sons that are miniature versions of them. Happy Father’s Day!

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