Minor league baseball is a tough sell. Small crowds generally means limited funds. When you can’t afford to pay batboys, what’s a team to do?

The Charleston RiverDogs, a Single-A affiliate of the New York Yankees that play in the South Atlantic League, have a solution. They have their very own bat dog.

From Twitter: Charleston Riverdogs have a bat dog. All other teams in the minors should step up their game. Sauce:<a rel="nofollow" target="_blank" href="https://twitter.com/jacob_hallex/status/619660495855964160">https://twitter.com/jacob_hallex/status/619660495855964160</a>