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Welcome To Vintage Baseball Bats

Vintage Baseball Bats

Vintage ball gloves and baseball bats are a must have for any serious baseball enthusiast or collector. From vintage Cambridge, and Louisville slugger bats, to rare and valuable authentic bats used and autographed by legacies of the game like Hank Aaron, Babe Ruth, Mickey Mantle, and many more!

The most expensive vintage baseball bat sold for 1.3 million dollars. It was an authentic bat used by Babe Ruth himself in a 1923 game. Many vintage authentic baseball bats have been bought and some destroyed by major companies to use in special edition baseball cards. Make sure you get your hands on a piece of American past time history before it`s too late! Check out the amazing deals on vintage and newer baseball bats and gloves sold here!

Shop For Vintage Baseball Bats!

The definition of a baseball bat is a smooth metal or wooden 'club'. Of course you use it to play baseball. Standard baseball bats are no bigger than2.75 inches in diameter.

They are also no longer than 42 inches. From the beginning of baseball, bats have had specific design elements. It consists of the barrel, which includes the sweet spot and the tip, and the handle.

The last part is the knob that sits at the end of the handle. Vintage baseball bats used different designs. The handle designs often varied between different bats. Baseball really began in the 1860`s. Later in 1869 professional baseball got its start. Vintage baseball bats can be traced back to this time.




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