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Hank helps Kendra score at Poochman Celebrity Softball game

Hank Baskett doesn't leave his woman stranded on base.

Hank helps Kendra score at Poochman Celebrity Softball game

Hank Baskett doesn't leave his woman stranded on base.

The Eagles wide receiver twice batted home his fiancee, Kendra Wilkinson, Saturday evening at the Poochman Celebrity Softball Classic, at Campbell's Field, in Camden.

Wilkinson, the Playboy Playmate and former "Girls Next Door" star, who soon debuts a new E! show "Kendra," hit two singles off Your Humble Narrator. Eagles tight end Brent Celek also pounded a few into the outfield at the game, a charity event organized by 100.3 The Beat DJ Pooch, aka Derek Frith, who celebrates a birthday today.

Colts defensive tackle and Dobbins High grad Raheem Brock, NBC 10's John Clark, and Laiya, formerly of 100.3 The Beat, were among players at the game, as was rapper Cassidy, who performed beforehand. Rapper Kilogram performed during the game. Jaguar Wright sang before Camden Mayor Gwendolyn Faison threw out the first pitch.

South Philly-raised model Amber Rose made several major plays at first base. Rose, who recently shot a layout for Elle magazine and soon shoots a cover of Complex, will also be in boyfriend Kanye West's new video, "RoboCop."

You may often hear sports fans asking whether an official is blind, and on Saturday, they would have been right.

DJ TouchTone, of 100.3 The Beat, who is blind, threw a few pitches to Brock and briefly served as umpire.

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