November 22, 2011 - 9:00am
Eclipse Park was a series of three stadiums and though many aren't aware of what they meant to sport in Louisville today the memory of them still stands as an important chapter in the city.
In the 19th and early 20th centuries the Louisville Eclipse did just that- eclipsed the sport of baseball in the city of Louisville. As such, it only made sense to name the park they played in after the team.In truth, Eclipse Park was actually three different parks- all of which where Louisville...
November 14, 2011 - 9:00am
The museum created from the Louisville Slugger annually welcomes tons of spectators and for good reason, as I look at in this Sports legends of the Ville landmark edition segment.
When I was a kid I remembered how the city was a buzz about the return of the Louisville Slugger, but more than that the building of not just a state of the art factory but of the museum as well.Now, the bat never went far from its hometown just across the river to Jeffersonville, Indiana in fact,...
November 8, 2011 - 9:00am
Louisville Slugger is gearing up for a busy holiday season that kicks off with the announcement of this year's Living Legend.
With the recent conclusion of the 2011 major league baseball season once again the famed Louisville Slugger baseball bat came to national as well as international attention.With the legacy created by the bat it comes as no surprise that the award given annually by the organization is looked at with...
October 19, 2011 - 9:00am
Game one of the World Series is tonight- broadcast live on Fox. However, what does that have to do with Louisville?
Tonight marks game one of the World Series, I know this for several reasons. First of all, I try to keep up on sports and I’m a lifelong baseball fan and second the airing for that same commercial which proclaims, “legends are made in October” airs roughly 10,000 times a day on...
October 12, 2011 - 9:00am
Louisville Slugger Field has stood since 2000 as a proud statement to the baseball world- an extension of the most legendary equipment in modern athletic history.
In 2000 you’d think we were boarding the U.S.S. enterprise when we went to that first game at Louisville Slugger Field.