Bat resource guide
This Bat Resource Guide will help you through the process of
finding, selecting, and caring for your bat. We also offer a link to our
most Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ's).
This portion of our website allows you to research about bats and find out
about almost anything related to bat selection.
The Bat Care section gives you tips on what to do to make your bat last longer. For example, not leaving your bat in the rain or in extremely hot or cold areas may preserve the life of a bat. This section will give you useful information about making sure you get the most for your money.
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The LOG is a heavy maple bat used for overload training. The Log can be used to warm up before practice or in the on deck circle before batting. It is used to build strength i the hands, wrists and forearms while hitting in normal practice situations. Many pros use a series of Logs at diminishing weights to build strength during the offseason, using a 34/40 for a week, then a 34/38 the next week, then a 34/36 the next week, then a 34/34 the week before starting games. Logs can be ordered in the same range of colors as all of our custom bats in weights up to +8.
The Selecting a Baseball Bat section gives you information on selecting the bat that fits you best. Baseball Bats are offered in the following categories: Adult, Senior League (Youth Big Barrel), Youth, T-Ball, Wood, Fungos, and Training Bats.
The Selecting a Softball Bat section gives you a breakdown of what bats actually consist of. Softball bats are offered in the two basic groups: Fastpitch and Slow Pitch. This section tells you how to go about selecting the perfect bat for you.
The following section for BBCOR Certification gives you a detailed look at the rule for Adult Baseball Bats.
The Governing Bodies section breaks down the five major governing bodies for Softball. This section will give you background information and contact information about each one while explaining the differences between them.