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Serious Softball Requires a Serious Swing with a Sweet Bat

03-27-2019  |  By: X Bats |  (0) Post comment »  |  Read comments »
American softball has become the favorite pastime of the novice athlete from sea to shining sea. Yes, there are elite high school and collegiate level players that are the envy of the softball universe. That being said, not everyone gets a Division 1 scholarship. On any given weeknight on fields across America, you can find Americans enjoying the glorious sport of softball. From friendly good natured church leagues to hardcore competitive travel teams, there is a place for every American somewhere on that field. All you need is a glove, a ball and serious swing. If your league is like most leagues, there are a myriad of bats to choose from in the dugout before you step to the plate. The more serious swinger has their go to baby while the novice grabs the first bat within reach. Should that bat be masterfully engineered piece of maple known as the XBat then you’ll be pleasantly pleased with the results.

Help Youth Fall in Love with Baseball through the Crack of a Wooden Bat

03-14-2019  |  By: X Bats |  (0) Post comment »  |  Read comments »
There are few sounds more addictive than the crack of a wooden bat followed by the roar of an adoring crowd. That’s not to say we should teach youth to seek public affirmation, but when the hard work pays off it is exhilarating. Professionals in all sports know the sound of success and they have often been training for it since their youth. Golfers long to hear the plink of a center mass drive and football players recognize the crunch of a prime time hit. However, this is America and helping youth fall in love with baseball via the addictive sound of hardened wood on a fastball across the plate is our pastime. As with any job, there exists its proper tool and baseball is no different. So let’s walk through a couple of our youth options that train them in the way an American baseball player should go.