baseball bat

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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend: bat - an implement used in baseball by the batterbaseball bat - an implement used in baseball by the batter
baseball equipment - equipment used in playing baseball
bat - a club used for hitting a ball in various games
handgrip, handle, grip, hold - the appendage to an object that is designed to be held in order to use or move it; "he grabbed the hammer by the handle"; "it was an old briefcase but it still had a good grip"
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The 22-year-old admitted that he had a baseball bat with him and police are later said to have found a knife in his coat pocket.
Police said CCTV footage shows the supporter, 37, running to the residence wielding a baseball bat and smashing a window at 08:20 a.
He was with two other males, who did not become involved in the incident, and was armed with a baseball bat.
They then threatened a member of staff with a baseball bat before stealing a bottle of alcohol and a charity tin which was on the counter.
Cowell said: "We called in these security guys and one of the things they suggested was a baseball bat.
17 February 2017 - US-based baseball bat maker Marucci Sports has acquired custom wood baseball bat manufacturer and Big League bat supplier Victus Sports, the company said.
I did think it probably wasn't the best weapon against a baseball bat.
The thug threatened the man before striking him on the arm with the baseball bat, causing pain and bruising.
Gallagher, of Dundee, and his uncle Anthony Murray, 29, from Blantyre, both deny repeatedly punching and kicking Steven on the head and body, knocking him to the ground and striking him on the head with a baseball bat or similar implement to his severe injury and danger of life in April 2013.
The incident happened at 11pm on Tuesday, March 11, on Byron Close in Guide Post when the 40-year-old victim was assaulted by another man armed with the baseball bat.
Jef Klein, author of "The History and Stories of the Best Bars of New York" and a bartender for 14 years who found a bat at every pub that hired her, said that the baseball bat is the ubiquitous blunt instrument and is the lowest of the low-tech weapons, asserting it was the handgun of the Stone Age.
Therefore, baseball bats are not protected by the Second Amendment to the Constitution.