No hype, just performance, power, and pop. That's what players, parents, and coaches have come to expect from Anderson baseball bats. Since 1996, the Anderson Bat Company has flown under the radar and prides themselves on providing an experience unlike any other.
When USA Baseball, the national governing body for the sport of baseball in the United States, adopted the USABat Standard, it created a lot of questions.
With the new youth baseball standard officially in place, there have been a few changes recently. Namely, JustBats.com answers whether BBCOR bats are allowed in USA Baseball and Little League divisions.
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 Marucci introduced its famous CAT baseball bat series, they named it after hurricane categories. And the popularity of the CAT 5, CAT 6, and CAT 7 bats have wreaked havoc on plenty of baseball diamonds.
So, for the 2018 season, Marucci opted to name their new series after nature's most violent storms: an F5 tornado. Much like the CAT series, the Marucci F5 has taken the baseball world by...umm...storm. But, what's the difference between the two popular Marucci bat series? JustBats.com dives into the storms to deliver some clarity.
Topics: BBCOR Bats
Yin and yang. Apples and bananas. Beast X and Ghost X. While these two Easton baseball bats may be on different ends of the spectrum; they are both exceptional in their own way. One is composite while the other is aluminum. One is whole from end cap to knob for a stiff feel, while the other is a two-piece construction that gives off fantastic flex.
When Louisville Slugger introduced the Prime series in 2015, the baseball bats were billed as "the ultimate combination of speed, power, and balance in baseball." The Louisville Slugger Prime 915 boosted a premium composite barrel, stiff handle technology, and a patented three-piece construction. And, sure enough, the Prime 915 was one of the most popular BBCOR bats of 2015.
Now, Louisville Slugger has rolled out the fourth rendition of their Prime series: the 2018 Prime 918. Since the Prime series continues to be one of the highest rated baseball bats, JustBats.com reviews why the Prime 918 is going to make an impact on baseball fields.
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.
"The bat that caused BBCOR Certification."
In 2009, the LSU Tigers baseball team won the NCAA College World Series. The team hit 100 homeruns in 2008 and even more in 2009. In fact, Ryan Schimpf led the team with 22 in '09 and three teammates had 10+ homers. Their baseball bat of choice? The Easton Stealth Comp CNT (BCN8) composite baseball bat.
With the 2017 season in full swing, the JustBats.com team has had a chance to hear your feedback and read your reviews to determine which BBCOR bats are exceeding expectations. Keep in mind, every player has a personal preference and what may be the best baseball bat for you could be the complete opposite of someone else. Because of this, aluminum, composite, and hybrid BBCOR bats all made the list. Which one is your favorite?
Hi, my name is Colin Rudy, and I play in the New England Elite Baseball League for the New England Stampede and also for my Wakefield, Massachusetts Little League senior ball team. In my opinion, I feel that it is a necessity to get a new bat every year because you continue to grow and mature. Plus, your league requirements change.