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Jaime Baker steps up to plate as a 'bat girl'

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Photo by Mark Hughes Photo by Mark Hughes
Photo by Mark Hughes Photo by Mark Hughes

PRINCETON (WVVA) - A key role in a baseball game that goes relatively unnoticed to most fans is that of bat boy.

To find out more about the duties of the position, WVVA's Jaime Baker suited up as the Princeton Rays' bat girl for a day during Monday's game versus Kingsport.

Can her performance be credited with helping the Rays snap their losing skid by picking up a 9-3 win over the Mets? Probably not, but it was an impressive performance nonetheless.

 

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