Baseball Bat in GTA V
|Appearance(s):|| GTA III|
GTA Vice City
GTA San Andreas
GTA Liberty City Stories
GTA Vice City Stories
The Lost and Damned
The Ballad Of Gay Tony
GTA Chinatown Wars
A wooden bat is featured in Grand Theft Auto III, Grand Theft Auto: Vice City, Grand Theft Auto Advance, Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars, Grand Theft Auto V and Grand Theft Auto Online. However, an aluminum bat is featured in Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas, Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories, Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories and Grand Theft Auto IV. It is by far the easiest weapon to obtain, with one always at the safehouse in the games taking place in GTA III and GTA Liberty City Stories and a common sight throughout the other games. The baseball bat is also commonly seen in the hands of gangsters, mobsters, and sometimes civilians throughout the games. In GTA III, It can easily kill pedestrians, police men, and mobsters in two hits, the first hit flooring them, the second finishing them while still on the ground.
In GTA IV, the Baseball Bat can be purchased at the back-alley gun shops for $5. It cannot be purchased from Little Jacob. It kills in about 3 or 4 hits and it can break windows. In The Lost and Damned, the bat is used to hit other racers in bike races. A direct hit to the head which can knock out, or even kill. In GTA IV, The Lost and Damned and The Ballad of Gay Tony, if timed properly, when a player swings the baseball bat (the swing that's performed when no one is targeted) at a person holding a gun, there's a chance of disarming the person with the gun. Players should be cautious if they were to do this since they must be in front of the person holding the gun. The chance off knocking a gun out of a person's hands is bigger with pistols and submachine guns. The Baseball Bat can also be used for a one-hit kill counter-attack, by dodging an attack with the Bat equipped, and pressing the attack button.
In an early version of GTA IV, a wooden baseball bat appeared, as well as GTA SA. In the first mission in GTA SA, the bat that Big Smoke is holding appears to be wooden, instead of the aluminum one available in-game. Also, in the mission Running Dog, Big Smoke is again seen using a wooden bat to knock out a Vagos gang member. It clearly produces a wooden sound when Big Smoke drops the bat.In an artwork for GTA V, Franklin is seen with Chop, holding a baseball bat. Trevor is also seen holding a bat in his character trailer and an artwork. These ones are wooden like in GTA III, GTA: Vice City, GTA Advance, and GTA Chinatown Wars.
Grand Theft Auto III
- Hideouts - In front of every safehouse.
- Shoreside Vale Hideout - In front of the garages during the mission Rumble.
Grand Theft Auto Vice City
- Ocean Beach, Vice Beach - Behind the Ocean View Hotel.
- Washington Beach, Vice Beach - Available to buy from Bunch of Tools after Riot for $80.
Grand Theft Auto San Andreas
- Garcia, San Fierro - At the north baseball diamond in the park west of Zero RC.
- Redsands West, Las Venturas - At the southwest part of the baseball field for Las Venturas Bandits Stadium.
- Blackfield, Las Venturas - On the lower level near the south end of the walkway at the north part of Blackfield Stadium.
- If you hit a car, there is a possibility that the driver will come out with a Baseball Bat.
Grand Theft Auto Liberty City Stories
- Belleville Park, Staunton Island - Inside Hogs 'n' Cogs.
- Hideouts - In front of all safehouses after completing the mission Dealing Revenge.
Grand Theft Auto Vice City Stories
- Downtown, Vice City Mainland - On the east side of Hyman Memorial Stadium.
- Washington Beach, Vice Beach - On the hotel west walkway in an alley.
- Washington Beach, Vice Beach- Behind 1102 Washington Street.
Grand Theft Auto IV + Episodes from Liberty City
- Hove Beach, Broker - Can be found across the street from the Broker Safehouse on Mohawk Ave, behind the wooden fence near the hot dog vendor and resting in an alcove against a building.
- Hove Beach, Broker - Can be found in the parking lot under the Hove Beach LTA station across from Firefly Island. This lot is the place where Vlad and Niko talk about the car robbery in Clean Getaway.
- Meadows Park, Dukes - Can be found on the east side of the RON gas station on Cleves Ave, atop an oil storage tank. Ascend the stairs on the tank to reach the Bat.
- Little Bay, Bohan - Can be found behind the apartment complex located on the southeastern corner of the intersection of Bronco St and Coxsack Ave.
- South Bohan, Bohan - Can be found atop the construction project off Rocket St, on the south corner of the roof of the unfinished structure.
- Boulevard, Bohan - Can be found leaning against the batting cage on the baseball field in the northeast corner of Welham Parkway.
- Colony Island - Can be found behind the Colony Island Lighthouse on the north side of the island.
- Can be found on the Bohan Line subway bridge that parallels the Northwood Heights Bridge.
- Lancaster, Algonquin - Can be found in an alley off of Union Drive East, in front of an unused garage door.
- Algonquin Bridge, Algonquin - Can be found on the northern pedestrian walkway, resting against the eastern suspension tower.
- Berchem, Alderney - Can be found in a large alley south of Aspdin Dr, resting in the alcove of a building.
Grand Theft Auto Chinatown Wars
- Found on a Baseball Court in Dukes.
Grand Theft Auto V
- Football pitch in East Vinewood - Can be found behind the bleachers.
- Vanilla Unicorn - Can also be found round the back.
- Hookies - Can be found in the shed behind the bar.
- It can also be found in the back room inside a gas station.
- In the batting cage near the Tennis courts in ULSA, Richman. The batting cage is on a school field filled with Track & Field equipment.
- On top of a house that's under construction in Rockford Hills, a little north west of Michael's mansion.
- In a barn in Grapeseed.
- It can be found at Altruist Cult, on the rock that they use as "altar".
Grand Theft Auto Online
- Can be found during multiple gang related missions.
- Can be found during Cypress Flats Last Team Standing, along with the Crowbar.
- The bat in the original GTA IV was originally supposed to be wooden instead of metal. The same goes with the baseball bat in GTA V.
- In Grand Theft Auto III it is possible for the player to kill pedestrians with the baseball bat without alerting police. This obviously has to be done without being in the presence of an officer.