Trees Kill too! Sorry Henry
Is this really why one team just traded ten (10) maple bats for a minor
- sorry ojochal,
no apology is needed. from what i read in the article you have no case. no one was killed just injured by a flying part of a maple baseball bat. i'll take my chances at any ball game getting hit by part of a broken bat compared to getting killed driving to the game or being killed by a disgruntled fan. as a kid i went to over a hundred dodger games. we sat right over the dugout and the only crisis i experienced was from roberto clemente. he missed an easy fly ball and lost the game. when he came to the dugout, i yelled through my megaphone, nice catch roberto. he then hocked a lugi on my forehead. boy was i an embarrassed 10 year old. no physical damage though.
by the way what has this got to do with costa rica? i didn't quite get the connection. now if it was about baseballs made here for pro baseball then i would understand. i don't know now, but for many years professional baseballs for the national and american league were made here in turrialba, costa rica. i think they still are.
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- I like you Henry you get my "non-sence" of humor.
"for many years professional baseballs for the national and american
league were made here in turrialba, costa rica. i think they
And the people of that job for Rawlings, nad end careers early with
arthritic and deformed hands from the tiny tight stiching I am told.
Very sad actually in many cases. They used to make them in Haiti. I
think Rawlings has 5 factories in CR now.