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William J Bowerman: Athletic shoe for artificial turf with molded cleats on the sides thereof. BRS, Klarquist Sparkman Campbell Leigh Hall & Whinston, March 25, 1980: US04194310 (64 worldwide citation)

Athletic shoes with molded cleats of resilient material for use on artificial turf or other hard surfaces are disclosed including first cleats provided on the bottom of the shoe sole positioned beneath the foot of the wearer and second cleats provided on both sides of the shoe. The second cleats are ...


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James R Richards: Protective holder and method of using same. E Russell Tarleton, Seed IP Law Group PLLC, September 4, 2001: US06282826 (63 worldwide citation)

A protective holder for storing and displaying articles, such as photographs, baseball cards, game cards, and the like. The holder is formed from a front sheet that is welded to a back sheet to form a plurality of pockets. Cuts are made in the back sheet to create flaps with tabs that facilitate lif ...


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Thomas J Walls: Multi-sport exerciser. John H Calhoun Jr, May 11, 1982: US04328964 (63 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for exercising and developing the muscles used in certain athletic endeavors comprising a plurality of elastic ropes, means for anchoring one end of each elastic rope to a stationary object, a plurality of handles made to conform in size, shape and construction to handles commonly used ...


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Tommy L Smith, Edward G Dierickx, Walter B Schade Jr, Leslie A Pete: Baseball. Athletic Training Equipment Company, Klarquist Sparkman Campbell Leigh Whinston & Dellett, March 17, 1981: US04256304 (63 worldwide citation)

A baseball suitable for continuous use in a pitching machine comprises a molded, resilient polyurethane foam sphere having a type A-2 shore durometer hardness of less than about eighty to eighty-five. The sphere has a smooth polyurethane surface skin, with the surface of the sphere being provided wi ...


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Richard A Pierce: Programmable baseball pitching apparatus. WNAN, Richard T Ribis Graham & Curtin Laughlin, November 7, 1995: US05464208 (62 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to a ball pitching machine having a ball feed means for feeding balls to a feeding point where they will be acted upon by rotating drive wheels, a plurality of at least two drive wheels having planes and axes of rotation, said axes of rotation being perpendicular to said planes ...


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Bobby V Hundley: Dual compartment food tray. Emrich & Dithmar, January 17, 1995: US05381901 (62 worldwide citation)

A nestable food or snack tray having a pair of recessed food storage compartments each adapted to receive and hold food is vacuum molded from a single sheet of lightweight plastic, such as polystyrene. A first recessed compartment is shaped in the form of an athletic field or stadium such as a tenni ...


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Gianni Kail: Method and apparatus for conducting games of chance. Supra Engineering, Abelman Frayne & Schwab, August 15, 2000: US06102797 (60 worldwide citation)

A weekly or other regularly scheduled game of chance is conducted in conjunction with a series of seasonal sporting events, such as baseball, football, hockey and basketball games, in which a number of specific games are identified on a printed or electronic game card, and the participant marks the ...


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Timothy E Granich, Marilyn Granich: Shock absorbent protective glove. Baker Maxham Jester & Meador, September 24, 1996: US05557803 (60 worldwide citation)

A shock absorbent protective GLOVE (24) to be used as an underglove in conjunction with a baseball/softball mitt, which extends above the wrist and up the lower forearm. The hand section (22) of the GLOVE (24) contains thin quasi-liquid, shock absorbent, flexible material with shape memory propertie ...


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Hirokazu Fujii: Baseball bat. Stewart and Kolasch, June 15, 1976: US03963239 (59 worldwide citation)

A substantially hollow metallic ball bat being adaptable to a change in weight, center of gravity and impact resistance which comprises a generally cylindrical barrel portion and a generally cylindrical handle portion, said barrel portion being larger in diameter than said handle portion, and a hard ...


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Alan K Uke: Bat for baseball or softball. Brown Martin Haller & McClain, April 19, 1994: US05303917 (57 worldwide citation)

A bat for baseball, softball or other sporting games comprises a first member extending from a first, butt end of the bat to form a handle region of a first diameter, and a second member extending from the opposite, barrel end of the bat to form a barrel region of a second, larger diameter. The two ...



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