How could Ahsoka be in the Mandalorian when Yoda is a baby in the series? That would make the timeline something like 900 years before A New Hope, and Yoda was already fully grown and a Jedi Master during the Clone Wars, which was when Ahsoka was first introduced as a padawan aged around 10-12 years of age. If she was around when Yoda was a baby, she'd have been long dead before she first appeared in the Clone Wars movie/TV series. Of course, this could be just Disney once again re-creating the entire Star Wars timeline and canon after over 40 years of dedicated Star Wars history, from way back when A New Hope first came out.
@crystalwarrior He's called baby yoda because they didn't revealed who he was at first so that's the name the fans gave him but he's not Yoda, his real name is Grogu😃
I don't have a Tv set, and haven't watched TV since 1969, sodon't watch The Mandalorian. Thans for clearing that up, as it was making my head spin how Ahsoka could be fully grown when Yoda was a baby. I really must get myself a TV and catch up, as I've heard The Mandalorian is a good series. Much better than Disney's Star Wars sequels, anyway, which, let's face it, if they brought back Jah-Jah Binks people would have liked them more than the "woke" mess they made of the Skywalker storyline, or how they called Han Solo's son "Ben," when in the canon Solo's son was called Jaycen, and was killed by his twin sister in a lightsaber duel after he turned to the dark side. Also, Chewbacca was killed not long after Return of the Jedi, in the novels canon, when he was trapped on a planet when another planet crashed into it, destroying both worlds, so having him still around in the sequels just shows how much Disney have rejected years of Star Wars history for the sake of viewing figures and spin-off merchandise.
Ye Gods, I need to stop reading so much and just get a TV :-)