October 12, 2011 - 10:00am
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.
August 13, 2011 - 12:40am
A player and a coach got thrown out of Friday night's pitching duel. While Edinson Volquez had a strong outing, the Bats lost the home series opener against the Indianapolis Indians 3-2.
Well, the post-game show didn’t provide the only fireworks for the evening at Louisville Slugger Field Friday night. Right fielder Jeremy Hermida was tossed from the game in the 8th inning after arguing a called strike. When Hermida was ejected, the 3rd base coach Rick Sweet came to his...
April 6, 2011 - 10:00am
Continuing with looking back at the sports legends of Louisville, let's take a look at an icon in America's past time.
The respected history between the city of Louisville and the sport of baseball is one that was cultivated by a plethora of individuals; and it’s those people that have made this bluegrass city so synonymous with America’s past time.
Few other cities are so closely aligned with a sport. Sure, Green...
March 21, 2011 - 10:00am
A lot's been going on at the Slugger Museum last year and now as we head into the early days of baseball season they welcome a legendary artist.
The name Rockwell might well be synonymous with Americana, but there’s another theme that seemed to run through the work: sports. Then again, the name Rockwell might very well mean mediocre 80’s synth pop to you, I’m not talking about that particular Rockwell. Not saying I never, will, but it’s not...
September 13, 2010 - 2:50pm
Proves the only sports-related thing in Louisville worthy of a magazine cover is an inanimate, wooden object. (No, we're not talking about Pitino.)
Got "ESPN the Magazine" in the mail over the weekend. Outfielder Josh Hamilton — who spent some time with the Cincinnati Reds (and Louisville Bats) before being shipped to the Texas Rangers — is on the cover. The thing that caught my eye, however, was the Louisville Slugger he's holding....