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Bat Review: Easton Z-CORE Lock & Load BBCOR Baseball Bat

Posted by JustBats.com on May 24, 2017 2:40:20 PM

Baseball bat technology is constantly changing for the better and Easton continues to stay ahead of the pack. Their commitment to continually pushing the boundaries of innovation and setting the standard when it comes to high-performance equipment is impressive.

As Easton says, "Innovation is the foundation of our success." JustBats believes that's a solid foundation and here is why. Easton is already the number one bat in college baseball, and now they have added a new design to their BBCOR baseball bats: the Z-CORE Load & Load

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Topics: BBCOR Bats, MLB, Bat Reviews, Vendors / Brands

Q&A: Kyle Murphy, Rawlings Bat Director

Posted by JustBats.com on May 3, 2017 8:43:49 PM

Kyle Murphy played two seasons in the Texas Rangers' farm system. He hit .194 with zero homeruns.

But, Murphy's stat line doesn't mean he hasn't hit some homers in the baseball industry. After his playing career, he joined Rawlings and is now the Director and Business Unit Lead covering a number of different things. The most important category he operates? Bats.

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Topics: Vendors / Brands, Guest Posts, Profiles, Q&A

2017 DeMarini CF Zen Bat Update

Posted by JustBats.com on Apr 9, 2017 8:44:42 PM

It wasn't a huge surprise when on Thursday, April 6, it became official from DeMarini:

"DeMarini has concluded its youth baseball bat BPF audit for USSSA and the following bats have been officially withdrawn from USSSA baseball play as a result of the audit."

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Topics: Youth Bats, Bat Reviews, Vendors / Brands

Bat Review: 2017 Worth Triple Crown XL Slow Pitch Softball Bat

Posted by JustBats.com on Mar 8, 2017 4:33:20 PM

FactWorth sponsors the only two players in history to be awarded the Triple Crown for slow pitch softball.

In 2004, Jeff Hall was the first player to receive the award, and then Greg Connell was the second winning it in back-to-back years from 2015 to 2016. While this slow pitch bat was created in remembrance of Connell's more recent Triple Crown awards, it is considered both Greg Connell and Jeff Hall's signature bat. The bat combines Worth's innovative technologies with classic cosmetics and is best utilized with the use of a Classic M Extreme softball. 

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Topics: Slow Pitch Bats, Bat Reviews, Vendors / Brands

Bat Review: 2017 Victus ProPACT DP15A Wood Baseball Bat

Posted by JustBats.com on Feb 13, 2017 4:25:59 PM

Since the middle of the 2015 MLB season, a collaboration between Victus Sports and AXE Bat has been making headlines in the relatively unchanging world of wood baseball bat technology. The combination of the injury-reducing potential of the patented AXE Handle with Victus’ pro-grade wood and expert craftsmanship has drawn the attention of some of the game’s best players including Giancarlo Stanton, Hanley Ramirez, and Mookie Betts.

But in this post, we’ll be taking a look at the signature model of the man that first put this innovative handle design on the map: Red Sox superstar Dustin Pedroia.

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Topics: Bat Reviews, Wood Bats, Vendors / Brands

Jennie Finch Profile

Posted by JustBats.com on Jan 30, 2017 8:49:32 PM

Jennie Finch is the name, and Fastpitch softball is her game. Known by some as the Pitcher with the Ponytail, Finch has accomplished a lot throughout her educational and professional softball career. There may never be another player or person like Jennie Finch in the world of softball ever again, which is why JustBats has chronicled her legacy.

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Topics: Fastpitch Bats, Vendors / Brands, Guest Posts, Profiles, Q&A

Bat Review: Easton Stealth Flex Fastpitch Softball Bat

Posted by JustBats.com on Jan 24, 2017 8:02:37 AM

One of the most overlooked Fastpitch softball bats in the industry is the 2017 Easton Stealth Flex. JustBats believes that this is because the Stealth Flex is relatively new to the game. This remarkable model is a remake of the legendary, original Stealth that Easton has brought back with new technologies and upgraded cosmetics for an excellent looking design with powerful performance.

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Topics: Bat Reviews, Fastpitch Bats, Softball Bats, Vendors / Brands

Single Wall Barrel vs Double Wall Barrel Softball Bats

Posted by JustBats.com on Jan 18, 2017 9:05:44 PM

Finding the right softball bat is the single most important part of every player's game, and the debate between single wall and double wall bats has always been a topic of discussion in the softball community. In a sports world chalked full of league restrictions and regulations, it is extremely beneficial to know all of the ins and outs of your slow pitch softball bat.

Certain Leagues will require a single wall bat while others will allow both single wall and double wall. Why is that? What are the biggest differences between the two? Which bat performs better? Does one have superior durability? How does the pop compare? Why should I use one over the other? Don't worry, JustBats has the answers.

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Topics: Slow Pitch Bats, Softball Bats, Vendors / Brands, Uncategorized

Bat Reviews: DeMarini CF9 Fastpitch Softball Bats

Posted by JustBats.com on Jan 12, 2017 7:52:49 AM

Year after year, DeMarini meticulously crafts and creates some of the best softball bats in the nation. With eye-catching cosmetics and industry leading technology, the CF9 series is a can't miss. There are seven different models to choose from if you're looking for a CF9 and, as DeMarini says, they make bats for the way you play. Whether you are a power hitter swinging for the fences, a contact hitter aiming for those gaps, or a slapper looking to get on base, DeMarini bats are designed to work for you. JustBats is here to break down all seven models and explain the differences between each one. 

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Topics: Fastpitch Bats, Vendors / Brands

About Routine Baseball

Posted by JustBats.com on Dec 15, 2016 7:57:49 AM

Tired of wearing corporate tee shirts of your favorite MLB team? Tell us about it. Admittedly, baseball is slow to change. But just like the on-field game has embraced different statistical models, the off-field baseball game has also embraced change over the past decade.

Enter Routine.

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Topics: MLB, Vendors / Brands