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The Louisville Slugger
The Louisville Slugger Museum & Factory, a museum located in Louisville, Kentucky's "Museum Row" in the West Main District of downtown, showcases  the history of the Louisville Slugger brand of baseball bats made by Hillerich & Bradsby, and of baseball in general.  Approximately one million bats are made each year and during peak production times about 1500 bats are made per day at the factory in Louisville.  Maple, which is stronger and heavier than white ash, accounts for about 30% of the bats made every year.   In the past, hickory was also a  popular wood for bats, but it is too heavy to meet the demands of today's players. Players such as Babe Ruth,  Hank Aaron, and Mickey Mantle all used bats make by the Louisville Slugger brand and Hillerich & Bradsby Co. celebrated the 125th anniversary of Louisville Slugger in 2009.
•   Every hard wood pen includes a case

•   Every pen comes with a certificate of authenticity
Louisville Slugger Pen $49.95 USD
The wood in this pen came from the ends of the milled bats which are called 'Nubs" and are cut off and are one of the last steps before the finish is applied.