It seems like all of Louisville is buzzing with anticipation for the solar eclipse and Louisville Slugger Museum & Factory is no exception!
Our latest exhibit, an original art installation titled "Ali & Aaron: United in The Fight" explores the inspiring role both athletes played in the fight for civil rights, and encourages guests to examine their own convictions and beliefs. Read how this poignant project came to life.
Like the fictitious Forrest Gump, who witnessed many defining moments of the 20th Century by fate or luck, one Slugger guy found himself in the middle of many iconic baseball moments of the century.
When our company first proposed making pink bats for MLB players to use on Mother’s Day, we didn’t know how it would go over. Would any ballplayers really be “man enough” to step up to the plate sporting a pink Louisville Slugger bat? Derek Jeter was one of the first to say, “yes.”