In the world of youth baseball, there is an overwhelming amount of choices when it comes to the available bats. There are many factors that need to be considered when shopping around for a baseball bat in order to ensure that you’re getting not only the best bat in general, but the best bat for you.
In one of our previous blog posts, found here, we went over how to size yourself for a bat. However, if you are shopping around for a youth sized bat, the process is a little different. Here’s how to make sure your little baseballer is swinging the right size.
This standard is known as the Bat-Ball Coefficient of Restitution. BBCOR essentially regulates the amount of bounce that a bat can have. The criteria for the standard are that bats can not receive a score at no higher than .50.
Line Drives vs. Home Runs are always a topic of discussion around little league. The main question that is always asked is “how does the bat you use affect your swing?” So today we’ll be looking at two different MOAB bats and the swing styles that benefit the most from each one. The two bats we will be looking at are the 2019 USSSA Speed Engineered MOAB and the 2019 USSSA Power Engineered MOAB.
Opening day has come around once again this Spring and now as baseball fans all around the nation get excited to watch what looks to be another exciting and amazing season of baseball that will surely have boys and girl around the nation inspired to go out and play some ball. Playing ball this Spring is now easier than ever now that you can bring your own backstop with you, where ever you go!