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Some 500,000 baseball bats were sold in Russia last year, Moscow’s traffic police chief said on Tuesday, presuming that buyers were drivers as the game is not popular in the country.
“Road conflicts with drivers using weapons, bats and knives have become more frequent,” Viktor Kovalenko said, adding that car salons have started selling baseball bats.
report from last September that surfaced on Reddit on Thursday, baseball bat sales have skyrocketed in Russia.
But according to police chief Viktor Kovalenko, Russians purchased only one baseball total and one set of gloves in 2014.