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John R Bohannan, William H Beever, J Andrew Stirling: Fiber reinforced article. Phillips Petroleum Company, A W Umphlett, July 18, 1989: US04848745 (53 worldwide citation)

A filament winding process is disclosed for producing articles having a layer of wound helically extending fibers sandwiched between generally longitudinal fibers. The process is well adapted for use with thermoplastic resins and for producing articles having a high resistance to bending. In a prefe ...


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Herman Yerke: Permanent form-fitting, non-slip cover for handgripping portion of baseball bats, golf clubs and the like. Joe Hall Jr, March 15, 1977: US04012039 (53 worldwide citation)

A permanent form fitting slip resistant covering for the hand gripping portion of a baseball bat or similar sporting or non-sporting device. The covering is a synthetic fiber that is applied to the handle by means of an Electrostatic machine or any other flocking device using an epoxy, or similar ba ...


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David W Mason: Compound safety ball. January 11, 2000: US06012997 (53 worldwide citation)

A compound ball simulates the performance of a regulation size baseball, softball, and golf ball. It is formed of spherical outer and inner shells dimensioned to abut one another or to provide a spacing between them. The outer shell is formed of molded polymeric material with circular apertures spac ...


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Gordon George E, Landrum Leon L: Baseball equipment storage rack. October 17, 1972: US3698563 (52 worldwide citation)

A portable storage rack is disclosed including a ball box for storage of baseballs, a plurality of bat retaining members extending from the ball box for storing bats, and a plurality of fingers extending from the ball box and providing hooks for the storage of baseball helmets or gloves. Additional ...


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Henderson Homer I: Ball throwing air gun. May 16, 1972: US3662729 (51 worldwide citation)

A ball is propelled from a gun barrel by compressed gas, normally air. The air is stored in a reservoir at a selected pressure to give to the ball the desired muzzle velocity. A quick acting valve is opened to admit the reservoir stored air into the barrel to propel the ball. The device is equipped ...


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Kenneth T Effler, Douglas H Miner: Baseball shoe with improved outsole. Nike, Banner Birch McKie & Beckett, May 26, 1987: US04667425 (50 worldwide citation)

A baseball shoe is disclosed, which is comprised of an upper and a cleated sole attached to the upper. The cleated sole is formed of a single integral piece of plastic which includes a base extending through the toe, ball, arch and heel sections of the shoe. A pluality of first and second cleats ext ...


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Kenneth N Telford: Portable swing speed analyzer. Telford Golf Enterprises, Novatech IP Law, August 10, 2010: US07771263 (50 worldwide citation)

Provided is a swing speed analyzer for mounting on a swinging implement and comprising a first accelerometer, a processor and a shock attenuator. The processor uses an output from the first accelerometer to compute a swing speed of the swinging implement. The shock attenuator is comprised of a mater ...


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Peter Taggart: Card printing and dispensing system. Kent A Herink, Brian J Laurenzo, Michael C Gilchrist, November 11, 1997: US05687087 (50 worldwide citation)

A card printing and dispensing system located at the venue of an ongoing or recently completed entertainment event and including a video display monitor, a customer interface, a printer, and a computer control. A customer interested in purchasing a card selects using the customer interface from a va ...


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Peter A Mahieu: Baseball pitching target with an adjustable strike zone. December 16, 1986: US04629188 (50 worldwide citation)

A baseball target device is disclosed wherein the device includes a target that is adjustable in height and length to simulate the strike zones of different size batters. In the preferred embodiment, the device utilizes a base to which a telescopically adjustable vertical frame is attached, wherein ...


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Glenn R Johnson: Batting glove. Woodard Emhardt Naughton Moriarty & McNett, June 15, 1993: US05218719 (49 worldwide citation)

A batting glove for use in softball, baseball, or other games of the like wherein a wooden or metallic bat is used. The batting glove includes pads located between the first and second phalangeal joints and a palm pad located across the metacarpophalangeal joints of the hand in order to create a rem ...



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