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A squirrel on the loose delays Jayhawks' baseball game

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Wichita State's Tyler Baker used his batting helmet to bring the rampaging squirrel into custody. Wichita State's Tyler Baker used his batting helmet to bring the rampaging squirrel into custody.

You could say things got a little "squirrely" in Lawrence, Kansas as the Jayhawks' baseball team took on Wichita State. 

That's because a squirrel got loose in the infield during the top of the 4th inning, causing a brief delay.  The "runaway rodent" wasn't going to be captured easily.  In fact, the squirrel even tagged the second base bag as he eluded his first two would-be captors.  Eventually, Wichita State's Tyler Baker used his batting helmet to bring the rampaging squirrel into custody.  Baker ran down the exit ramp with the little guy and released it safely into the parking lot.

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