Major League Baseball reportedly lifted its ban on personalized bat decals in a memo issued on April 13.
Major League Baseball lifted its ban on personalized bat decals in a memo issued on April 13, Paul Lukas of ESPN and Uni-Watch.com reports.
That didn’t stop Bryce Harper from adding 100 emoji stickers to his bat last week to celebrate his 100th career home run. He was not disciplined for the move, according to the Washington Post, and is now free to continue expressing himself through decals.
The ban didn’t make it through the second week of the regular season, lasting just 10 days.
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