The Louisville Bats (Triple-A, International League), in partnership with Four Roses Bourbon, announced in a press conference at Louisville Slugger Field on Thursday that the team will re-brand as the Derby City Mint Juleps for two games during the 2019 season. Read more here.
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The Louisville Bats (Triple-A, International League) will pay homage to the city’s bourbon culture and tradition on Sunday, May 26, when the team will play as the “Louisville Mashers.” View uniforms and merchandise here.
PRESS RELEASE – For the second time this offseason the Louisville Bats are teaming up with Daktronics to bring a brand new high-definition video board and sound system to Louisville Slugger Field. Last month, the Bats announced the addition of a new high-definition scoreboard in right-center field, also done by Daktronics. Continue reading
PRESS RELEASE – The previously announced “I Am Ali” festival, celebrating the legacy of native son and global humanitarian Muhammad Ali in his hometown of Louisville, has expanded from an original ten days to six weeks, due to community interest in the event. Continue reading
PRESS RELEASE – The Louisville Bats have teamed up with Daktronics to bring a brand new scoreboard to Louisville Slugger Field for the 2017 season and beyond. The board will be in place before the Reds exhibition game on Friday, March, 31. The board will bring more statistics and game day messages to the game experience for fans. Continue reading
PRESS RELEASE – The Louisville Bats unveiled new logos and uniforms to be used for the 2016 season and beyond Monday afternoon at Louisville Slugger Field. Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer and Bats majority owners Stuart and Jerry Katzoff were on hand for the announcements revealing the first significant image change for the organization since before the 2002 season when the Continue reading
PRESS RELEASE – The Bowling Green Hot Rods (Class-A/Tampa Bay Rays) formally welcomed a new sister team to the fold on Wednesday afternoon with Manhattan Capital Sports Acquisition’s formal acquisition of the Louisville Bats (Triple-A/Cincinnati Reds). The two ballparks are separated by just 113 miles, and it further Continue reading