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Do you need a USABat and a USSSA bat for the holidays? We've got you covered! For the first time ever, JustBats is offering a Pre-Black Friday Bundle Pack! That's right, Black Friday is starting early this year. With $200 in savings you can knock out your holiday shopping with one click.
This exclusive Pre-Black Friday special will only be available the week BEFORE Black Friday: November 16th - November 22nd. This bundle is the perfect option for the household who needs both a USA bat and USSSA bat. Included in the bundle is the 2018 Louisville Slugger Omaha -10 USA bat ($100), the 2018 DeMarini CF Zen -10 USSSA bat ($350), a brand new Easton Backpack ($50), Vulcan Grip + Pine Tar + Bat Weight + Thumb Pad + Anti-Vibration Knob Pad ($30.00) for a grand total of $530. BUT WAIT! For the week leading up to Black Friday, you can bundle up for the crazy low price of $330!
So, skip those frustrating Black Friday lines and start hitting between them! BONUS: take advantage of fast, free shipping all orders for Black Friday & Cyber Monday!
Black Friday Spotlight: The JustBats Bundle Pack!
There are a number of different types of baseball bats. They can vary by vendor ... size ... category ... and material.
Topics: Baseball Bats
Weight drop is how some players describe a bat's size. It's the difference between the length of the bat (in inches) and the weight of the bat.
For most collegiate and high school approved baseball bats, the drop weight is almost always 3. As these are popular bats, JustBats.com reviews the five (5) best 2018 drop 3 bats.
USA Baseball, the national governing body for the sport of baseball in the United States, has announced the first member of their decertified bats list. Effective May 3rd, 2018, USA Baseball has banned the Easton Ghost X (YBB18GX10). Their ban only applies to the 30" / 20 ounce option and the leagues that are affected include AABC, Babe Ruth, Cal Ripken, Dixie Youth, Little League, and PONY Baseball. The 28-29" and 31-32" Easton Ghost X USA Bat lengths are still approved for play and ready to rock.
On June 17, 1890, Emile Kinst patented the ball-bat. Thus, the modern day baseball bat was born.
Since Kinst's invention, the baseball bat has undergone many major design changes and been subject to a handful of regulations. But, like a bottle of wine, the baseball bat has grown better with age. 2018 has brought a number of technological changes and design features. JustBats.com looks at the best baseball bats for 2018 based on customer feedback.
A new year equals new bats. For the 2018 season, bat manufacturers have buckled down and refined their technology, materials, and cosmetics to create some of history's best BBCOR bats. The JustBats.com team has had a chance to gather player feedback, read your reviews, and see firsthand which 2018 BBCOR baseball bats are exceeding expectations.
Following is a detailed list and buying guide of the top ten (10) rated and highest reviewed BBCOR bats for 2018. Did yours make the cut?
When the first official baseball bat was born in the summer of 1839, the journey it would take was as unpredictable as the sport it helped birth.
Baseball bats have undergone a series of changes, regulations, and transformations in the past 200 years. But change can bring misinformation. To help clear up the confusion, JustBats.com is here to dispell 10 common misconceptions about baseball bats.
Topics: Baseball Bats
Baseball is hard sometimes.
Every player has had a case of the “Mondays” out on the diamond. We have all been plagued by untimely hitting slumps, harsh weather conditions, and even having to face another team’s ace. But, have you ever had the moment when you thought, how can I make baseball easier?
What about trying cork in your wood bat? Believe it or not, a small object such as a cork can have a huge impact on the dynamics of a baseball bat and swing.
As a way to evoke baseball to its more youthful levels, Major League Baseball (MLB) launched their inaugural Players Weekend from August 25 - 27. The weekend games included players wearing MLB and MLBPA collaborated equipment, including batting gloves, socks, uniforms, cleats, tribute patches, and nicknames.