|Birth Day:||December 21, 1987|
|Birth Place:||Midland, United States|
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He rose to football fame playing with the Texas Tech Football team after fielding offers to play at Northwestern, Duke, and New Mexico State.
Batch finished his collegiate career at Tech as the school's eighth-ranked all-time leader in rushing with 2,501 yards. During his senior season at Texas Tech, Batch led the team in rushing with 816 yards on 177 carries, an average of 4.20 yards per carry. He also caught 32 passes for 226 yards and three receiving touchdowns. In 2009, as a junior, he rushed 146 times for 784 yards and 12 touchdowns, along with 51 receptions for 310 yards and 1 touchdown. In the Alamo Bowl against Michigan State following his junior year he had 99 yards on 22 rushes for 2 touchdowns and 6 receptions for 85 yards. As a sophomore Batch rushed 113 times for 758 yards and 7 touchdowns. He also caught 45 passes for 449 yards and a touchdown.
Batch was drafted in the seventh round, 232nd overall, of the 2011 NFL draft by the Pittsburgh Steelers. He was figured to be in competition to replace Mewelde Moore as the third-down back, given his receiving and blocking experience in Mike Leach's Air Raid offense at Texas Tech. However, Batch tore his ACL during a training camp practice on August 11, 2011 and was out for the season. He was officially placed on injured reserve on August 28.
On Thursday October 11, 2012 Baron ran for 22 yards on 10 attempts against the Tennessee Titans. This was his first game with more than 5 rushing attempts in the NFL. He was released by the Pittsburgh Steelers on November 20, 2012 in order to make a necessary roster move, but picked back up to be on the practice squad the next day, November 21, 2012. A week later, he was re-signed to the 53-man roster.
On August 25, 2013, he was cut by the Steelers and retired from professional football.
In April 2013, Baron Batch was chosen as the featured artist at the 35th annual Lubbock Arts Festival. His work was displayed over three days at the Lubbock Memorial Civic Center from April 12–14.
An arrest warrant was issued by the Pittsburgh Police for 30 counts of criminal mischief involving graffiti. In May 2017, he was given an 18-month suspended sentence and community service.
Currently, Baron Batch is 34 years, 11 months and 16 days old. Baron Batch will celebrate 35th birthday on a Wednesday 21st of December 2022.
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