LUIS CASTILLO is arguably the most famous bat boy in Yankees history. He worked with the team during their recent glory years, 1998-2005, and he was with the Yankees during World Series games in 1998-2001, and 2003 (three championships). Luis traveled on the road with them, went to spring training with them, and even vacationed with them. In fact, Luis is the most experienced and savvy Yankees bat boy and clubhouse attendant, with players welcoming him into their lives as if he were a part of their family. Castillo has appeared on TV both as translator for players and for his work on the field, and numerous stories have been written about him in the New York Times and other papers. During his years with the team he observed players at their best and at their worst. Nicknamed “Squeegee” by Derek Jeter, his name was chanted by fans when he stepped onto the field.