The wait is over! The new 2020 Louisville Slugger BBCOR lineup has just been released, and we’re here to tell you everything you need to know about these popular bats. Let’s not delay, come learn all about them now.
Anytime a brand as strong as Louisville Slugger releases a new bat, it’s big news. So when Louisville Slugger announced they would be releasing a new multi-piece composite fastpitch softball bat our ears immediately perked up. The 2020 Louisville Slugger RXT X20 -10 Fastpitch Softball Bat (WTLFPRXD1020) has been released alongside long-standing models such as the LXT and XENO. Let’s take a look at what makes the new 2020 RXT standout from the others in an extensive RXT bat review.
The College World Series (CWS) is an incredible event. Hosted right in the heart of America at TD Ameritrade Park in Omaha, Nebraska, eight of the best teams in the country battle it out in a double-elimination tournament with the victor being named The National Champion. And while the fortunate few will continue into the professional ranks, most players will not be so lucky. In reality, it very well could be the last time they ever put on the uniform. As a result, the event is loaded with emotion and is showcases baseball at its purest form.
As this year’s College World Series comes to an end, we wanted to provide some insight into the bat selection we saw across the college game. The National Championship (Best of 3) Series pits The Michigan Wolverines against The Vanderbilt Commodores. Both teams swing exclusively DeMarini Bats. However, we also saw Easton, Louisville Slugger, Marucci, and Rawlings models prevalent throughout the entire tournament.
Topics: BBCOR Bats
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If you've watched ESPN over the past few days, you've probably checked out some WCWS Finals action. While tuning in, you might have also witnessed massive moon shots leaving the ballpark in Oklahoma City. Curious why?
Well, extremely talented fastpitch hitters.
But also, the brand new 2020 Easton Ghost Double Barrel Fastpitch bat has been sending these balls into orbit.
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Marucci has just released their very first USA certified bat, the Marucci Cat. This will be a drop-10 model to be used in all forms of USA-sanctioned baseball.
To provide the highest levels of insight, we actually did a Q/A session with our friends over at Marucci. They were kind enough to answer all of our questions and provide some great insight for everyone thinking about getting on. Also, if you have any questions of your own please leave those in the comment section below!
Effective September 1st, 2019, NCAA, the governing body for college baseball, adopted a rule that effectively bans the use of any primarily white BBCOR bat.