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Louisville Slugger bats have been made with a variety of different wood types since the first one was made in 1884. The most popular variety throughout the years has been northern white ash, but today the preference of Major League Baseball players is split primarily between ash and maple.

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It is a brand of Baseball bat (originally wooden) that is manufactured by Louisville Slugger.

It is the official bat of the Major League Baseball.

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