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San Diego State's Halloween baseball game produces hilarious video

Baby Huey plays third base in the SDSU Halloween intrasquad game. (Source: YouTube) Baby Huey plays third base in the SDSU Halloween intrasquad game. (Source: YouTube)
Coach in gorilla suit signals batter to swing away (Source: YouTube) Coach in gorilla suit signals batter to swing away (Source: YouTube)
Jamaican bobsled team high fives San Diego Chargers cheerleader after home run. (Source: You Tube) Jamaican bobsled team high fives San Diego Chargers cheerleader after home run. (Source: You Tube)

(RNN) - San Diego State University's baseball team held its third annual Halloween game, which has been immortalized in a hilarious viral video.

The 2 1/2 minute clip highlights Barack Obama making a few nice scoops at first base, Buddy the Elf turning a 5-4-3 double play and, at the 1:22 mark, a massive solo blast to left by a San Diego Chargers cheerleader with long, blonde pigtails.

Be sure to stick around for the Jamaican Bobsled team ripping a line drive before getting gunned out at first by a centerfielder with no sense of humor at all.

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