Moore went to watch loanee Craig McAllister play for Exeter reserves at Reading a week last Wednesday, but little did he know he'd also be bringing in a player from the opposition too.
"In the first minute Bell-Baggie picked it up. He had electric pace and went by people," said Ronnie to the Advertiser.
"Someone knocked the ball over the top and the other lad had 20 yards start but he got it and kept it in. He beat people and got crosses in. I never knew him before that. I'd never seen him.
"He excited me so I thought, let's get him in and have a look.
"He's a bit like Jamal Campbell-Ryce when he gets on it but I think he's quicker and there's a better end product and he's only 17. I think the lad could be a big impact player for us."
Baggie, at Reading since the age of 9, made his debut as an unused substitute last weekend at Dagenham and played a part in the final stages in Tuesdays loss at Accrington.