Louisville Slugger bats reviews, ratings and articles index catalog we’ve written are below. Slugger is a household name in baseball. They are based in Louisville Kentucky. The company is a dynamite producer of some of the best bats that have ever been.
2015 Louisville Slugger Line Up: 2015 is a BIG DEAL for Slugger.
2015 Louisville Slugger 915 Prime Review: Best end-loaded BBCOR bat of 2015. No Question.2015 Louisville Slugger 715 Select Review: Slugger enters hybrid space.
2015 Louisville Slugger 515 Omaha Review: Omaha!, Omaha!, Omaha! is back.
2015 Louisville Slugger Catalyst Review: The trusty one piece composite from Slugger.
Louisville Slugger Exo Grid: An oldie but a goodie.
Pre-Season Best Bat Awards: 2015: Slugger takes home some metal.
Best Fungo Bat Awards: Yes, we reviewed these too.
2014 Best Aluminum Bat Cheap: Slugger takes home more metal.
2014 Best Aluminum Barrel Bat: The best aluminum barreled bat you’ll find for 2014.
Slugger Home Run Champ, Jr. Edition: Mike Trout has a son!
Ozzie Smith Swings the 915 Prime: The Wizard swinging a magical bat.
Best Bats of the 2014 NCAA World Series: As popular an article as you’ll find on this site.
The Bat Everyone Wants: 2015 Silver Slugger Awards: Slugger gives out the metal.
About Louisville Slugger Bats
Slugger has been producing baseball bats since the dawn of the process—which is about 120 years long. The company, more formally known as Hillerich & Bradsby, was a father and son business making butter churns. By the early 1900’s they had so much success in baseball bats that they began to focus their full attention to the matter.
For years and years they dominated the game. Guys like Babe Ruth, Hank Aaron, Mickey Mantle and Ty Cobb all swung Louisville Slugger bats. Even into the 21st century they dominated the game in the hands of Derek Jeter and Josh Hamilton. Today, even with a lot of competition, they still lead the way in MLB uses: Ian Kinsler, BJ Upton, Josh Hamilton and Alex Gordon to name a few.
Slugger has also dominated the college ranks. A good portion of college teams swing slugger’s line of ever improving metal bats. We cover those in this blog.