- Fully licensed through the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum
- Crafted & Painted in Winona, MN
- Inspired by baseball of yesteryear
Inspired by the Baltimore Black Sox team logo and colors. In 1929, the Black Sox boasted the Million Dollar Infield of Jud "Boojum" Wilson, Frank Warfield, Oliver "Ghost" Marcelle and Sir Richard Lundy. The nickname was given to them by the media because of the prospective worth had they been white players. They won the American Negro League Championship that year.
Each Pillbox baseball bat is crafted and painted at our shop in Winona, Minnesota. Constructed of solid ash the "Baltimore" model is 34 inches long and emblazoned with the Pillbox Bat Co. mark just above the grip and an enamel pin on the knob featuring the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum. Hang it on the wall or lather up the pine tar and put 'er to use in a pickup game with the folks around your cul-de-sac. Playball!
Made in the Pillbox Shop - Winona, MN USA
Bat Length: 34"
Wood-Type: Solid Ash
Finish: Clear Coat of Urethane
*This is a licensed product with the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum