(The following article is a guest blog post from Brett Rudy of the Boston Amateur Baseball Network.)
The Boston Amateur Baseball Network may just use more wood bats than any other amateur hardball organization in the country. After all, Boston is home to about 50 collegiate baseball programs, and when these students graduate, they continue to look for leagues to play in. This doesn’t even include all the high school athletes who never continued on to play baseball collegiately. Because of this demand, there is no shortage of adult leagues within the Boston-Metro area – and almost all of these leagues are wood bat.