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Great Bat

- Tuesday August 05th 2014

Very Sound Bat. With the thin handle breaking is very possible, but that is the nature of the thin handle. Great pop, big sweet spot, great bat for gap and power guys who can square a ball up. If you don't always find barrel, might not be the bat for you, but overall the best wood bat ive owned

Great, Big Bat!

- Wednesday October 30th 2013

I tried this bat in the MSBL this year. I purchased the bat in Birch as this density is probably better suited to a large barrel bat with a relatively thick handle, than maple, as it keeps the weight down. This bat has good balance for it's size and very good pop with good bat control! This bat has a very large barrel and you just need a nice smooth swing to hit the ball with authority! Great for players with the strength to handle a bat like this. Again, Birch is best to keep the weight down while still providing good wood density!

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