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House Proceeding on Sep 30th, 2009 :: 1:53:10 to 1:56:15
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Lee Terry

1:53:07 to 1:53:27( Edit History Discussion )

Lee Terry: witness a ballgame and not see a louisville slugger bat in use. i'm pleased to join my colleagues today in congratulating the company on the 120th -- 125th anniversary of the louisville slugger. i reserve the balance of my time. the speaker pro tempore: the

Lee Terry

1:53:10 to 1:56:15( Edit History Discussion )
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Lee Terry

1:53:28 to 1:53:49( Edit History Discussion )

Lee Terry: gentleman reserves his time. the gentleman from nebraska. mr. terry: ing thank you, mr. speaker. i yield myself such time as i may consume. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman is recognized. mr. terry: i rise today in support of house resolution 314 honoring and saluting hillerich and bradsby company on the 125th anniversary of the louisville slugger. it's been 125 years since bud

Lee Terry

1:53:50 to 1:54:11( Edit History Discussion )

Lee Terry: crafted the first louisville slugger for pete browning of the louisville eclipse. since that time the louisville slugger as we say in nebraska has sold more than 10 million bats making it without question the most popular bat brand in baseball history.

Lee Terry

1:54:12 to 1:54:32( Edit History Discussion )

Lee Terry: the louisville slugger continues to dominate the game in both wood and aluminum bat categories with 60% of all major league players currently using the louisville slugger. because the average major league baseball player goes through more than 100 bats in a season, each year more than one million

Lee Terry

1:54:33 to 1:54:53( Edit History Discussion )

Lee Terry: bats are made at its factory in louisville. . the factory is more than just your average factory and carries with it an air of tradition and nostalgia from hall of fame

Lee Terry

1:54:54 to 1:55:15( Edit History Discussion )

Lee Terry: players like babe ruth, lugarring and even today's pros like kevin and derek jeeter. in 1996 the louisville shrugger museum and factory was opened to the public and it's hard to miss the museum's 120-foot-tall louisville shrugger that leans onto the brick building.

Lee Terry

1:55:16 to 1:55:36( Edit History Discussion )

Lee Terry: once inside of the museum, tourists are able to witness the entire process, creating a wooden bat from northern white ash or maple, test different model bats in a batting cage and read upon the history of players in the past. in rec shrugger has gone far beyond bats, providing performance technology in the form of

Lee Terry

1:55:37 to 1:55:57( Edit History Discussion )

Lee Terry: fielding and batting gloves, helmets, catcher's gear, equipment bags, training aids and accessories. in addition to its onfield performance products, louisville shruggers provide personalized collectible bats, perhaps we'll see one here soon.

Lee Terry

1:55:58 to 1:56:16( Edit History Discussion )

Lee Terry: i would like to commend the hillerich and bradsby company on their 125th anniversary of the louisville shrugger and applaud the great success ey've had with onfield performance products. i would also like to recognize congressman yarmuth of connecticut for his work on this resolution -- kentucky for his work on this resolution and hope

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