Louisville Slugger FieldOne of the newest attractions on the riverbank in Louisville is the new baseball stadium - the Louisville Slugger Field. Slugger Field opened in the spring of 2000 and is most certainly the finest minor league park in the country. "Take me out the the ballpark," has a renewed meaning in Louisville. Slugger Field is home to the minor league Louisville Bats team and the field is named after the famous Louisville Slugger baseball bat.
1800's Railroad DepotThe Louisville Slugger Field was planned and built with much insight and an unusual design concept. The stadium which seats over 13,000 has been situated
Louisville Bats' New StadiumThe stadium cost some $39 million and includes 30 private suites, second-level club seating, a continuous concourse around the field, an outfield seating berm and an impressive press facility. The concession facilities and restrooms are modern and equipped to handle a full house crowd. There is a fully equipped children's play area and an array of retail outlets. One of the most important features of the stadium is the recessed playing field which features natural grass.
Louisville Slugger MuseumThe Louisville Slugger baseball bat is still manufactured in Louisville. The Louisville Slugger bat is prized from the Little Leagues to the Major Leagues. The Louisville Slugger bat has been manufactured since 1884 by the Hillerich and Bradsby Company. If baseball is your game, the new 15,000 square foot museum featuring the Louisville Slugger is a must see. Hands-on exhibits, a multi-media tour and a fantastic gift shop are featured. The museum and bat factory are located at 800 W. Main Street in Louisville.
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