Kaiser Carlile was the ‘spark plug’ behind Liberal Bee Jays baseball (+videos)

The 9-year-old bat boy for the Liberal team died Sunday after being struck in the head with a follow-through swing near the on-deck circle on Saturday afternoon during the Bee Jays’ game in the National Baseball Congress World Series.
Former ATF special agent Doug Monty is opening Monty Fire Investigations in Wichita. Carrie Rengers/The Wichita Eagle

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Studs defeat Bee Jays on emotional night at NBC World Series

The Liberal Bee Jays and the Seattle Studs were brought together Tuesday evening at Lawrence-Dumont Stadium to play a baseball game. But the winners bracket semifinal game, which Seattle won would go on to win 4-2, was only part of the much larger story on Tuesday, as the Bee Jays and their fans try to cope with played in their first game since the death of their 9-year-old bat boy, Kaiser Carlile, from a tragic accident over the weekend.


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