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3 Teams Had Little People Involved During A Game
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Independent Baseball Trivia Question
Can you name the three little people who have been involved with professional independent baseball teams in the 21st Century?
- Chris Dube (aka “Little Cato” – midget wrestler) had an at-bat in 2008 with the Corpus Christi Beach Dawgs (Continental Baseball League)
- Nick Hagan had an at-bat in 2010 with the River City Rascals (Frontier League)
- The Tucson Toros in 2009 had an exhibition game featuring players in lucha libre masks and a little person as the umpire
- Dube - http://pinterest.com/pin/136093219960178275/
- Hagan – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WwZA8v_MsNc
- Toros – http://explorernews.com/sports/article_2fad752d-7cd3-53bc-b804-472da249aa5a.html
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