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16th Annual Live Auction

Exhibits and Events
November 9th, 2019
  • 10:00 am – 5:00 pm
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It's hammer time! Join Hunt Auctions at Louisville Slugger Museum & Factory for the 16th Annual Live Auction on Saturday, November 9th. Another thrill-filled day of bidding on baseball treasures!

Check out more than 500 lots of amazing memorabilia will be on display and up for auction! Some highlights this year include a 1960 Mickey Mantle New York Yankees home jersey, 1928-29 Babe Ruth bat, 1940 Cincinnati Reds World Series ring and much more.

Bring in your sports memorabilia on Thursday, November 7th or Friday, November 8th between 9am - 4pm for FREE appraisals by Hunt Auctions.

The auction begins at 10:00 am EST on Saturday, November 9th, and is open to the public. Louisville Slugger Museum & Factory will still conduct factory tours from 9am - 5pm and is offering a discounted admission of just $8.

What's Happening

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Project H&B ID: putting names with the faces of Hillerich & Bradsby Co.
September 27th 2019
Daily Through November 27th 2019

Project H&B ID: putting names with the faces of Hillerich & Bradsby Co.

Their names are unknown for now, but they helped build a worldwide icon and a new mission is underway to learn who they are. From September 27th through November 1st, this photo exhibit of former factory workers will be on display. This special exhibit features 25 photographs dating back to the 1930s that all feature H&B workers whose names have been lost through the years.

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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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