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Posted 5 years ago

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I am sure that there are lots of these out there, but I can't seem to find one just like it and it makes me curious. As you can see, it is simply marked, burned in actually, within the oval : "Hillerich and Bradsby Co./BE/H&B/Louisville, KY" and at the top "Champion". No player name. No 'made in the USA', no 'Louisville Slugger. Nothing like all the others I have seen. It measures 31" tall and weighs 1 lb 10.4 oz/748 grams. Does anybody know what this was and what the "BE" stands for? Thanks....Mark G.

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  1. cummings2588, 4 years ago
    I have one thats a u.s. army softball version from world war II
  2. Caperkid Caperkid, 6 months ago
    Wow I haven't seen a Louisville bat like this before. Did you find any more info?
  3. Docathelake, 4 months ago
    I have one too but like you have no clue on date of production...
  4. Barefoot3, 10 days ago
    I have this same bat.. I can't find any info on it. I have googled and googled. I don't want to take it somewhere and the people jerk me around saying some BS about it being worth X amount and it being worth XXX amount. I would like to know more on it before I give it to my Son who's 10 and plays travel Baseball.
  5. brunswick brunswick, 10 days ago
    Nice bat! If you are ever over this way, stop and visit the Louisville slugger museum!! See see the famed wall of bats!! Great post!!!

    Thomas.
  6. Barefoot3, 10 days ago
    1921-1931
    The dash-dot-dash under "HILLERICH & BRADSBY Co" is replaced with, "MADE IN U.S.A."

    Mine doesn't have " MADE IN U.S.A" So must be older than the bats made in this time frame.

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