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Pink Bats: How the tradition began

As time passes I can not remember a Mothers Day in which baseball players were not covered head to toe in pink cleats, wristbands, socks and specially produced uniforms all while swinging the famous bright pink bat. 246 more words

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Runner's Weekend - Louisville

In honor of the Kentucky Derby this past weekend, this week’s edition of the Runner’s Weekend will take us to Louisville, KY. The land of horses and bourbon has plenty to do for the Bourbon drinkers and families alike. 1,386 more words

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Kentucky and Indiana


Y’all. Awesome day today. But I’m exhausted from touring all the places and hopping back and forth across time zones. I promise a solid recap next week when I’m home.

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T.I.G.E.R.S.

Really loving these LSU bats.  What a great way to keep team standards in mind and motivate players.

We received our custom T. I. G. E.

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Profile Response: Tony Sciotti, Louisville Slugger, Louisville, KY

Bat day at Connie Mack Stadium, 1965: I got a Louisville Slugger engraved with Richie Allen’s signature. I slept with it that night, hoping some of his power would rub off on me. 679 more words

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Profile Response: Rick Redman, Louisville Slugger, Louisville, KY

Back in the day, the 1880’s, the Louisville Eclipse were a major league baseball team with a powerful hitter: Pete Browning, aka the Louisville Slugger. Browning’s .341 batting average stands as the 12th highest in baseball history. 441 more words

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Ripley's Believe It or Not! Oddball


Things are getting a little strange around Louisville Slugger Museum & Factory. In a good way. The museum and Ripley’s have teamed up to create a brand new exhibition, Ripley’s Believe It or Not!® Oddball™. 811 more words

Field Of Dreams