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Old 10-06-2014, 10:06 AM   #1
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How baseballs are made


How baseballs are made

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Really seems like a lot of work to produce one baseball. I did not realize they were all stiched by hand. Thanks for the link.

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Thats the same way they make a Motor Home. That first little rubber ball is any part or piece of equipment that that you need to get to to repair or replace. That's when you find out that they started with that part or piece of equipment and then built the Motor Home around it.
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If you're into baseball, a great stop is the Louisville Slugger Museum and Factory. See them making major league bats up close.
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