Research Paper On Baseball Bats

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  • Louisvill Slugger Baseball Bats Manufacturers Hillerich and Bradsby

    10 pages in length. The writer discusses Hillerich & Bradsby, manufacturers of the Louisville Slugger baseball bats, by addressing company history, product marketing, mission statement and goals, employment analyses, product analyses, market position and annual financial statements. Bibliography lists 10 sources.

  • Sports and Cheating

    This 10 page paper examines a variety of sports including but not limited to the Olympics, professional baseball and bass fishing. Many types of cheating are discussed such as altering balls and bats to unfair judging practices. Bibliography lists 10 sources.

  • Sports and Cheating

    This 10 page paper examines a variety of sports including but not limited to the Olympics, professional baseball and bass fishing. Many types of cheating are discussed such as altering balls and bats to unfair judging practices. Bibliography lists 10 sources.

  • Aluminum Baseball Bats and Marketing Challenges

    This 7 page report discusses the controversy regarding aluminum versus wood in baseball bats and decreasing the maximum allowable diameter - increasing the weight of the bat . . . who knew there could be so many issues related to baseball bats!? And who knew these issues could be the basis for lawsuits, heated debate, and endless discussion in the sports magazines and between baseball “analysts.” As a result, marketers face enormous challenges but they also have remarkable opportunities. Bibliography lists 7 sources.

  • Endangered Species the Indiana Bat

    9 pages in length. Like all other species on the endangered list, the Indiana bat is fighting for its very existence. Due to man's encroachment – sometimes accidental, oftentimes blatant and deliberate – this particular type of bat is struggling to uphold its precarious place upon the life chain. Perhaps it is the uniqueness of this species that has caused it to become endangered, or maybe it is because mankind still does not understand the consequential impact his actions have in a synergistic sense to the ecosystem as a whole. No matter the cause, the Indiana bat – who was placed upon the endangered species list in 1967 due to a population decrease of a full fifty percent since the 1930s – is being helped by the establishment of protective reserves and legal enforcement. Bibliography lists 7 sources.

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