Deciding between a one-piece and two-piece BBCOR baseball bat can be a confusing process. Some sites will tell you that power hitters should swing a one-piece baseball bat, and other sites will tell you that power hitters should swing a two-piece baseball bat, and vice versa with contact hitters. When […]
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The physical difference between a big barrel Senior League baseball bat and a standard Senior League bat is the barrel size. A big barrel baseball bat has a barrel diameter of 2 3/4”. While a standard size Senior League bat has a barrel diameter of 2 5/8”. A big barrel […]
Baseball and softball consumers are now faced with all sorts of difficult buying decisions when it comes to purchasing a bat. One important decision that players must now face is deciding what type of material should be at their fingertips when they step foot to the plate. In the early […]
What is the BBCOR Standard? The BBCOR (Bat-Ball Coefficient of Restitution) Standard is a baseball bat standard that all collegiate and high school bats must either meet or surpass in order to be legal for play. The BBCOR Standard went into full effect in 2012, replacing the previous BESR (Ball […]
Weight balance is an important factor to consider when purchasing a new BBCOR baseball bat. Although BBCOR bats all have the same length-to-weight ratio, there are actually two different ways in which the weight of the bat can be distributed. These two ways are known as balanced and end loaded. […]
First and foremost, it is NOT recommended that you use your bat during a zombie apocalypse. No seriously, don’t do it! Now, with that being said… Ball players and parents spend a good chunk of change to ensure they have a quality bat that will perform at the plate. What […]