LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- Some colorful bats are rolling off the line at Louisville Slugger Museum & Factory, ready for some big names to swing them.

The bats were especially made for Major League Baseball's third annual Players' Weekend. It's happening Aug. 23-25.  

Louisville Slugger designed 30 different bats -- a set for each of the teams in the MLB.

The colorful designs are expected to stand out that weekend, because players will be in all-black and all-white uniforms.

"It adds an element of fun to the game," said Rick Redman, spokesman for Louisville Slugger Museum & Factory. 

"Baseball is supposed to be fun -- it is fun. Fans are passionate about it, the players are passionate about it. But, it's a way to kind of relax things a little bit and have a little more fun. Who knows? Maybe eventually we'll drive things to a point where we can do equipment like this all the time, year-round."

Each player also got to pick a nickname to go on his bat. For example, Joey Votto, first baseman for the Cincinnati Reds, chose the nickname "Who."

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