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Don't throw the bat after you hit the ball; you might hurt someonePeople often think of bats as blood-sucking monsters, but actually most bats just eat insects.

Don't throw the bat after you hit the ball; you might hurt someone.

Vampire bats adopt baby bats who have no parents, and have been known to risk their lives to share food with other bats.

The American military attempted to train bats to carry small bombs during the Second World War.

A popular dish in the island nation of Samoa is baked bat.

He got a nasty bang on the head with a baseball bat while playing at the park this morning.

His batting average is currently the best in the league.

The boys had a lot of batting practice yesterday, so hopefully we'll get a few hits in tomorrow's game.

She batted the fly away with a newspaper.

A bat needs to eat many times its own weight in insects every day.

The player curled his fingers around the baseball bat, and stepped up to the plate.

At my son's baseball camp, they had a machine that pitched balls at the batters to help them practice hitting.

D. H. Lawrence described bats as Hanging upside down like rows of disgusting old rags and grinning in their sleep.

The next batter is Henry Foster, a good little player who has gotten a homerun in five of his last seven games.

James Weldon Johnson wrote, So God stepped over to the edge of the world and He spat out the seven seas; He batted His eyes, and the lightnings flashed...

Find someone who has seen a bat.

Find someone who has used a baseball or cricket bat.

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