Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of batboy.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Riggleman also worries about an overlooked safety issue - batboys scurrying after foul balls and bats as a hitter swings on deck.

    Luis Salazar incident underscores baseball's dangers for Jim Riggleman

  • "The thing that scares more than anything is batboys," Riggleman said.

    Luis Salazar incident underscores baseball's dangers for Jim Riggleman

  • Gabe was leaning against the tiny locker that the batboys shared, his thumbs shoved into the thick leather belt of his uniform.

    LUCKY

  • Gabe was leaning against the tiny locker that the batboys shared, his thumbs shoved into the thick leather belt of his uniform.

    LUCKY

  • He wants all of the batboys for the World Series to be at least fifteen years old.

    LUCKY

  • The safest decision would be to pretend that the conversation had never happened, but what if the reporter was approaching other batboys?

    LUCKY

  • The safest decision would be to pretend that the conversation had never happened, but what if the reporter was approaching other batboys?

    LUCKY

  • He wants all of the batboys for the World Series to be at least fifteen years old.

    LUCKY

  • The team was leaving on a fourteen-game road trip that would keep them out of New York for almost two weeks, and the batboys and clubhouse attendants had to help load spare uniforms and cleats and other equipment into the huge trunks that would follow the team from city to city.

    LUCKY

  • The team was leaving on a fourteen-game road trip that would keep them out of New York for almost two weeks, and the batboys and clubhouse attendants had to help load spare uniforms and cleats and other equipment into the huge trunks that would follow the team from city to city.

    LUCKY

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