Without the clipping tools present in Aspire, you can use a 'zero plane component' with a combine mode of 'low' a little like you would have used an object with white space to cover the bit you don't want in Corel.
As a simple example.
1) Import your baseball bat into a new model
2) Rotate to desired angle
3) On the modelling tab select the last icon to create a zero plane component
4) By default the zero plane will cover the whole model - you want to resize it down to mask out the area of the base ball bat you don't want
a) Click on 'Zero Plane' in the component list - handles will appear in the 2D and 3D view
b) Drag Top/Bottom and Left/Right handles to create a component about the right size to cover the piece of bat you don't require
c) Rotate the 'Zero Plane' component and drag into position to cover the unwanted area of the bat component
d) Right click the 'Zero Plane' component in the component tree and set 'Combine Mode' to low
5) You should see that this has reset the area of the bat under the 'Zero Plane' component to zero
6) Group the Bat and 'Zero Plane' to create a single component you can position / rotate
a) In the component tree, select both the 'Zero Plane' component and the Base Ball bat (hold shift when selecting)
b) Right click selected components and choose Group
c) Your 'clipped' bat can now be treated like a normal component