Behind the Scenes: Making World Series bats at the Louisville Slugger factory

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With our Behind The Scenes Issue of Beckett Sports Card Monthly coming up with some glimpses at hot spots for making cardboard in the hobby, cutting down a raw video package produced by the Louisville Slugger company seemed like a fitting way to end the day.

Why? Why not.

Take a look at what was happening Monday at the Louisville Slugger Factory — making World Series bats, some of which are destined to end up on or even in baseball cards.

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1 comment

  1. Norman Carlisle 21 October, 2013 at 19:30

    I’ve been there 4 times love going back. On one trip they were making Jeter bats and I was able to get them to give me the excess nub off the end of the barrel

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