Vintage Base Ball Bats
Vintage Town Ball – 9 inch Baseball$39.99
The Cooperstown Baseball Company town ball has a cloth wrapped core with a hand stitched lemon peel cover. Use in re-enactments or as a conversation piece.
Acorn Model – Vintage Baseball Bat Replica$79.99
Acorn Model – Vintage Baseball Bat Replica
Called an “acorn” bat because of the decorative profile of the knob, this replica maintains the shallow taper of a straight barrel bat and thick handle of earlier bat profiles.
Ball-Balanced Vintage Baseball Bat Replica$79.99
c. 1900 The ball-balanced bat was meant to provide a counterweight to the heavy, stiff barrel delivering better control of the bat, as well as provide a more reliable grip to the better than a knobless profile.
Bottle Bat – Vintage Baseball Bat Replica$79.99
c. 1912-1927. The 34 3/4″ bottle bat design is based on research into the bats used by 3rd baseman Heine Groh at the Baseball Hall of Fame.
Doubleday Model – Vintage Baseball Bat Replica$79.99
As the myth goes, in 1839 in Elihu Phinney’s cow pasture, now Doubleday Field, Abner Doubleday invented the game of baseball.
Knobless Model – Vintage Baseball Bat Replica$79.99
c. 1915 This knobless model reflects a refinement from earlier Civil War-era bats. A thinner handle and more pronounced, almost knob-like flair reduced weight and provided better control despite the still-gradual taper from the straight barrel.
Lajoie Model – Vintage Baseball Bat Replica$79.99
c. 1904 The split-grip bat was used in both practice and play, and was an experiment in increasing the batter’s accuracy.
Mushroom Model – Vintage Baseball Bat Replica$79.99
As with the ball handle, the mushroom handle was designed counter balance the barrel. Usable for re-enactment play or as a unique conversation piece.