MLB | Louisville Slugger Making Bats for Cubs, Indians

10/24/2016 07:12 PM

Louisville Slugger has spent the last few days making bats for both the Chicago Cubs and Cleveland Indians to use in the World Series.

The Indians’ bats have already been delivered to Cleveland. They were made Saturday and delivered to Cleveland on Sunday.

Meanwhile, the Cubs’ bats will be finished by Tuesday morning and then be driven to Cleveland in time for Game 1 of the World Series.

Louisville Slugger has been a part of every World Series, dating back to the 1903 World Series, which was the first one ever played.

Andrew Chernoff

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