The New York Times
Tuesday, August 29, 2000 Hill’s Power Supply is Made of Maple By Buster Olney “After Glenallen Hill slugged one of the 12 homers he has hit in 81 at-bats since being traded to the Yankees, one of his teammates inspected his bat out of curiosity. What the teammate did not see surprised him: the surface of the bat appeared virtually unscathed. There were no real marks, only a couple of almost unnoticeable indentations. The barrels of most well-worn bats are covered with spots and scrapes from contact. But then, most bats are not like the kind used by Hill”.