|Easton has created a new line of Power Brigade Wood bats for the 2014 season. The new designs are modeled to feel similar to the Easton Power Brigade bats you may be familiar with or are already using. With five new models all made from Hand-Split Professional Grade Wood, the new Power Brigade Wood Series has a model for every type of hitter.|
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|New for the 2014 season, Miken has released their 2015 lineup! It features 11 models, so there is undoubtedly at least one bat that will be the perfect fit for you and your game.|
It’s finally here! The all new 2014 DeMarini CF6 BBCOR has arrived and is ready for you to step up to the plate and swing away. Similar to its predecessors, the CF6 still features a two-piece composite design and an incredibly balanced swing weight. On the contrary, its design is also what makes the CF6 so much better than ever before.
BBCOR bats have been used in college and high school baseball for three full seasons, but there is still quite a bit of buzz about its introduction.
“What is BBCOR and what does it stand for? Why was the BBCOR standard created? Do I (or my player) need a BBCOR bat? Is this a BBCOR certified bat?” These are all common questions that we receive at JustBats.com, and we’d like to help clear up any confusion you may have.
Every player knows the importance of “mental toughness” in baseball and softball. Jackie Robinson was a world class athlete, and had the physical tools to become a Hall of Fame second baseman, but what allowed him to excel on the diamond was his extraordinary mental toughness.
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In honor of the 2013 MLB Opening Day, we want to show you what the big leaguers will be using when they take the field. Here are a few players who are looking to continue their All-Star caliber level of play.
Most of you reading this article have fond memories of Opening Day. Everytime I think of Opening Day, there’s one image that I’m sure a lot of you share. I’m walking up the concourse in slow motion, and before me unfolds a scene out of a hollywood movie: the sights, sounds and smells of the stadium and field overload my senses. The players are warming up while the grounds crew puts the final touches on the field that looks too immaculate to be real. Experiences like this spark dreams within a lot of young players. After all, Big League dreams start on Little League fields across the world.
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