Louisville Slugger Museum and Factory
It takes a special place to craft the official bat of Major League Baseball. Since 1884, Louisville’s Hillerich & Bradsby has been putting prime lumber into the hands of the greatest players of the game. While baseball itself has changed a bit between then and now, as a visit to the Louisville Slugger Museum and Factory will attest, the crack of the bat remains one of the sporting world’s most thrilling moments.
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- Program 112
- The restoration of a Louisville landmark, the Barney Bright clock; local Girl Scouts; the Louisville Slugger museum and factory; and a retrospective on the 1937 Ohio River flood. (#112)