Louisville Slugger Baseball Bats
First 6 Word Claim
Population In Louisville
2) Technology- What happens if the machine breaks in the factory?
3) Cultural- What if people want more benefits?
4) Environmental- If you run out of natural resource what could you do?
Technology: If the machine happens to break then what you could do to fix it is find a mechanic or a person that can fix machines.
Pros and Cons
Cons: Some cons are that it can form poverty in a bad way. And also another one is that the shipments can get lost.
Examples of Globalization to Me
2) Live in Derry because of the all the resources we have.
3) Live in NH because of the 4 seasons.
4) Live in NH because my family lives around here.
5) Live in NH because of the good jobs around the state.
Second 6 Word Claim For Globalization
Future of Globilization
History of the Louisville Slugger
- In many ways, the rich, 120-year history of the Louisville Slugger baseball bat began in the talented hands of 17-year-old John A. "Bud" Hillerich.
- Bud's father, J. F. Hillerich, owned a growing woodworking shop in Louisville, Kentucky, in the 1880s when Bud began working for him.
- Legend has it that Bud, who played baseball himself, slipped away from work one afternoon in 1884 to watch Louisville's major league team, the Louisville Eclipse. The team's star, Pete Browning, mired in a hitting slump, broke his bat.
- Some 120 years have passed since Bud Hillerich crafted that very first bat for Pete Browning. During that time, Louisville Slugger has sold more than 100,000,000 bats, making it without question the most popular bat brand in baseball history. Louisville Slugger continues to dominate the game in both wood and aluminum bat categories.
- 60% of all Major League players currently use Louisville Slugger.