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Watch Out For the Bat Boy

Stop ice grillin' the Phillies players, bat boy. I am watching YOU.

I don't know what is on your mind, bat boy, but don't even think about doing something slick. You might wear the Phillies' uniform, but it is clear that you are a Yankees fan. It's all over your pale little "I wanna grow up to be like the Robert De Niro character in The Fan" face.

The World Champs should be cautious around this kid. He could be dangerous.

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Comments

Anonymous said…
This kid is definitely a problem, he must be stopped
Anonymous said…
What a cutie!
Anonymous said…
better watch what you say, thats my brother youre talking about!
Jay Floyd said…
Surely, I kid...

Especially because that glare of his is suspect and I don't want him coming after me too.
Anonymous said…
stop hatin that you dont have his jobb!
Jay Floyd said…
Dear, Batboy...stop having your friends and family pop trash on PhoulBallz.com.

I know I am sort of a cool mythological internet being, but I am not difficult to find. If I have upset you, and you would like to glare at me also, I welcome it. We can have a staring CONTEST, if you wish. It might be tough for me, because of the icy glow that is the result of you getting your extreme pale on, but I will make a solid effort.

Good luck with your position as The Official Master of World Series Spook. Stay fresh.

Adoringly,
Jay Ballz

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