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Trenton Seating Attendant Outshining the Thunder Players?



Today, PhoulBallz brings to you "Crystal Ball"...the Trenton Thunder seating attendant, who regularly performs between innings, on top of the visitors' dugout at Waterfront Park. The Thunder is the Double A Eastern League affiliate of the New York Yankees.

"Crystal" is quickly becoming more popular than promotional down-time staples like the dizzy bat race, musical chairs and the mascot vs. random child race around the bases. Shaking his thang to today's latest dance music, each chance he gets, "Crystal" is definitely a solid addition to the Waterfront Park staff.

There is no question that, as "Crystal Ball" soars toward regional stardom, you should check out the Yankees' Double A team in Trenton while "Crystal" is still in full effect at his roots. Click here for tickets, before it's too late and "Crystal" is booked on a lengthy tour as a dancer for an artist like Beyonce, Nelly Furtado or Lisa Lisa, but NOT Cult Jam.

Trenton is currently in first place in the Eastern Division of the Eastern League, 11 1/2 games ahead of the 5th place Reading Phillies.

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Below is bonus footage of some Portland Seadogs players getting a bit of a show from the beloved "Crystal". Also, please make note that "Crystal Ball" and I have no relation. He is Ball, and I am (Jay) Ballz.



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Tara said…
Crystal Ball is a wonderful addition to all the fun my family has at Waterfront Park. Keep dancing!!!

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