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  • Leonard Smalley's baseball bats

    Leonard Smalley, an 86-year-old Murrells Inlet inventor, has developed a reinforced baseball bat that he insists does not shatter.

Leonard Smalley, an 86-year-old Murrells Inlet inventor, has developed a reinforced baseball bat that he insists does not shatter. Charles Perry cperry@thesunnews.com
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