It is a 1930's Model Louisville Slugger retail model bat that should be endorsed by George Sisler
Yes baseball player Corey Hart uses a Louisville Slugger. Corey Hart plays for the Milwaukee Brewers and uses a R221 Wood model Louisville Slugger.
R17 is the model of the bat. Big PaaaPaa
yes it is
Yes they did.
Louisville Slugger's maple bat models are called M9 models. This is what is next to the trademark on the bat. It is simply the model name they chose for their maple bats.
Never. Jeter has only used a black, Louisville Slugger P72 for his entire major league career.
He uses a Louisville Slugger bat but I'm not sure which model he uses.
Louisville Slugger 250 Ty Cobb 1916-1929 baseball batThe 250 designation was applied to the model of bats offered by Louisville Slugger that for a time was the highest price bat in their lineup selling for more money then their pro model 125 signature series. A full size Hillerich and Bradsby Louisville Slugger 250 Ty Cobb baseball bat from the 1916-1929 labeling period is worth about $800.00 - $1,500.00 in excellent - Near Mint condition.
Brooks Robinson Louisville Slugger 125 store model batIn general a Brooks Robinson Louisville Slugger 125 store model bat in unused Excellent - Near Mint condition is worth about $50.00 - $75.00 in used but not abused excellent condition about $40.00 - $50.00 The bulk of the value will be determined by the condition, age, and model of the bat. Longer, older and higher grade bats will sell for more. With Louisville slugger bats in short, if your bat has the size stamped into the knob it is a store model bat. This is placed there to help the buyer identify the size of the bat. A bat closest in size, and mode to the bat a player used during his career will have a higher value.
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Jeff Bagwell's most Preferred bat was a Black Louisville Slugger model B363. He also ordered bat Models: R206, I13, I13L, B349, B363, A124