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Synonyms for baseball bat

an implement used in baseball by the batter

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A number of police units flooded the street just before 1pm after receiving calls about a disturbance involving men scrapping with weapons, including baseball bats.
The men, all carrying baseball bats, got back into the van and fled.
He denied smacking the teenager's legs with a baseball bat, saying: "Neither of us had baseball bats.
The pair got out of a Ford Connect style van and approached two security guards before attacking one of them with baseball bats.
One woman told the Echo she was hospitalised after an attack by youths armed with baseball bats, and warned the area was "like a gangland of youths against adults".
Therefore, baseball bats are not protected by the Second Amendment to the Constitution.
During the early 1900s baseball bats were made of wood and differed from the bats used today.
It seems locals are stocking up on baseball bats even as law enforcement authorities take steps to control the mayhem caused by rioters over the past five days.
A police spokesman added: "He is believed to have been beaten by unknown assailants by hammers and baseball bats.
One person was struck with a baseball bat and received slight bruising.
A GANG of raiders brandishing baseball bats and a metal bar terrified supermarket workers in Birmingham.
THUGS wielding baseball bats raided a van delivering cigarettes to a Warwickshire newsagents.
A masked gang armed with baseball bats fled with cash after bursting into a busy bookmaker's shop.
Baseball bats, swords, crowbars and screwdrivers are among the items stashed in the boot to stop thieves and vandals.
A MAN was confronted by thugs armed with baseball bats after chasing a driver whose passenger damaged his car.