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the garden pest Agriolimax meticulatus; may attract snail poison to a hitherto carefree garden and lead to metaldehyde poisoning in companion animals and may also harbor encysted larvae of Syngamus trachea.
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ROUND FOUR:Ignoring the ref's warning Slugger throws a big punch with a pledge to build more affordable homes.
All this is of little concern to fans who come to visit the Louisville Slugger Museum.
Jim Earley, Senior Manager of Louisville Slugger Innovation said 'each hologram will have a unique number, so anyone purchasing a 2017 Louisville Slugger high-performance bat can have confidence that their bat is authentic and traceable back to our production line.
Shelley is quick to point out that the Louisville Slugger does not cater to hardcore baseball fans alone.
Louisville Slugger will be consolidated into Amer Sports' Team Sports business unit.
Bud, who saw a future in bat making, persisted, and his father conceded to his son's vision (Louisville Slugger, 2012).
Consider that Slugger O'Toole scored seven-furlong handicap wins from marks of 88 and 86 last year, and the selection has some room for manoeuvre with the assessor if returning to his best.
It seems that the Dodgers' 2007 lineup will be built with speed and gap power and without any of the sluggers who were so highly coveted on the free-agent market this offseason.
And while his new tune may sound more responsible to legislators' ears, it's actually too bad that the former A's slugger turned his back on his own book.
According to his grand-jury testimony, Barry Bonds of the San Francisco Giants, the slugger with 703 home runs and a brazenly bulky body, did not know that the substances he acknowledged using were illegal, steroids obtained by his personal trainer, Greg Anderson, from the Bay Area Laboratory Cooperative [BALCO] in California.
Add a dash of Kentucky Fried Chicken, sprinkle in a lot of horses, mix in Kentucky Derby parties, stir it with a Louisville Slugger baseball bat, and you get our hometown, Louisville (LOO-ee-vihl), Kentucky.
Ross' life is thrown off nine years later, however, when a statistician discovers an error--the slugger has only 2,997 hits.