American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A boy who is employed by a baseball team to look after its equipment, especially the bats.
- n. baseball, softball A boy employed to watch over the bats, and assist the players in retrieving them during play.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. (Baseball) A boy who holds the bats and presents the bat to a batter when the batter is going to the batter's box to bat. The batboy sometimes also keeps other team equipment.
- n. (baseball) a boy who takes care of bats and other baseball equipment
“The batboy was a Massachusetts native named Frank McNulty.”
“Looks like I hit a nerve to point where I am being called "batboy" and my argument is being interpreted as a "straw man" fallacy.”
“Wasn’t there something called a batboy in these baseball games?”
“… Junior Seau, now taping a Versus reality series that debuts Dec. 2 in which the ex-NFL star does things like be an MLB batboy and LPGA caddy, says he's considering returning to the NFL.”
“Nikolai, who worked as a Giants batboy for years and had a locker next to his dad's, offered a theory: Murphy may have confused his father's caps with his.”
“To blame the old liberal wing of the party, now pretty much defunct, is the equivalent of a baseball team blaming the batboy for a tragic loss.”
“This guy could have been a good newsman, nows hes been relegated to batboy. ge”
“Expressing my love of sports, I sent this note to the Bronx with the hopes that a kid from the West Brighton Projects on Staten Island might actually be picked as a batboy for the best team in town; only to have my heart broken when the response came in the form of a neatly typed letdown.”
“He worked with them for nearly a decade doing various jobs, batboy, handling equipment, manning the old-style wooden score board.”
“Back in the early fifties, when he was about eleven, he got a job as a batboy for the New York Yankees.”
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