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    • 4/8/1993
    April 8, 1993 Release # 93-057 PRODUCT: General Sportcraft Ltd. and Foremost "Batting Tees" sold nationwide since January 1991. The General Sportcraft product was sold under the "Sportcraft" name and the Foremost product was sold under the "Wilson" name. The ...
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    • 4/22/1994
    April 22, 1994 Release # 94-060 PRODUCT: Approximately 172,000 yellow hard plastic sound- making baseball bats made by the Processed Plastic Company. The words "Thunderbat" and "Tim Mee Toy" appear on the bat's plastic covering. When swung, the soundmaker ...

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