Unshattered record: pro baseball bats now break 50 percent less, USDA says

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Shattered baseball bats pose real danger when shards of wood go flying, but this happens half as often as it did just five years ago after the U.S. Forest Service joined Major League Baseball to figure out how to make bats more shatter-resistant.

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