KILLSPENCER Releases Baseball Bat Worthy of the World Series

Made using the finest solid hardwood.

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With baseball fever reaching an all-time high tonight, seeing the Boston Red Sox beating the Los Angeles Dodgers to claim its 9th World Series Championship title, LA-based KILLSPENCER has just released a baseball bat that any fan of the sport would find worthy.

Made in the U.S.A. using the finest solid hardwood, this fully functional and intended for Major League play monogram-able Baseball Bat 2.0 has been refined and re-designed to the specs of the pros. Each bat then comes with a unique grain pattern, model number, date of creation, and allows for a monogram up to 20 characters long.

Interested buyers can purchase KILLSPENCER’s Baseball Bat 2.0 for $175 USD over at KILLSPENCER’s online store. The customization will cost another $70 USD.

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