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At Bat Today

Signing the Greatest Since 1905

At Bat Today

The first player to sign a contract with Hillerich &Bradsby Co. was Honus Wagner in 1905. Since then more than 8,000 players have signed with Louisville Slugger. Christian Yelich made history as the first player to sign his contract at Louisville Slugger Museum & Factory. He’s pictured above doing just that with Louisville Slugger Pro Bat Representative, James Sass.

When players sign a contract with Louisville Slugger, that autograph is used to make the signature brand for their bats. Players have told us they knew they’d “made it” when they saw their signature on a Louisville Slugger bat for the first time!

The history of Hillerich & Bradsby Co. and Louisville Slugger is one authentic element that sets us apart. But Louisville Slugger Museum & Factory celebrates the here and now too. Today’s sluggers know they’re teaming up not only with our heritage but also our cutting-edge, current day research and technology. We haven’t been making bats this long without some serious innovations that keep us at the top of our game. That’s why players like these superstars step to the plate with Louisville Slugger today.

What's Happening

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Daily Programming
August 13th 2019
Daily Through December 31st 2019

Daily Programming

In addition to our fascinating bat factory tour, amazing artifacts, and interactive exhibits- don't miss our entertaining daily programming!

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Trifesta Savings!
September 12th 2019
Daily Through September 30th 2019

Trifesta Savings!

Half-off museum admission all September when any wristband or ticket from Hometown Rising, Bourbon & Beyond or Louder Than Life is presented.

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Senior BOGO
August 1st 2019
Daily Through October 31st 2019

Senior BOGO

From August 1st thru October 31st, guests 60 and older receive buy-one-get-one free admission.