Do a lot of trees get cut down because of baseball bats?



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    Ashwood trees from Pennsylvania and New York are the most common source baseball bat companies use for their product. For every sixty bats, one tree is cut down. Baseball companies are looking into different sources now for their wood, as the emerald ash borer beetle has taken residence in the area the bat companies cut down their trees, and is taking down the trees itself. So far a working solution to the beetles devastation has not been found.

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