Drive through Louisville, Kentucky and see the world's largest baseball bat.

To commemorate the American icon: The <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PRDRSP000002" title="Louisville Slugger" href="/topic/services-shopping/louisville-slugger-PRDRSP000002.topic">Louisville Slugger</a>, the factory that produces the bats built a 120-foot version that replicates the bat <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PESPT006406" title="Babe Ruth" href="/topic/sports/babe-ruth-PESPT006406.topic">Babe Ruth</a> used in the 1920s. The item can be seen on the Louisville skyline. (The Louisville Slugger Museum is also in the area for tourists to partake of.)

( Morgan Murphy )

To commemorate the American icon: The Louisville Slugger, the factory that produces the bats built a 120-foot version that replicates the bat Babe Ruth used in the 1920s. The item can be seen on the Louisville skyline. (The Louisville Slugger Museum is also in the area for tourists to partake of.)

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