Louisville Slugger bats run the gamet of model types and sizes. That include very popular bats you've likely heard of including the 51X Omaha or 91X Prime Series. To say nothing of their very popular wood bat lines. Their offering also includes some fungo and low end mass market bats that few have ever heard of. Below we organize every Louisville Slugger bat we have reviewed on this site.
Louisville Slugger Bat Review Categories:
2018 Baseball | 2018 Fastpitch | 2017 Slow Pitch | 2017 Baseball | 2017 Fastpitch | 2016 Slow Pitch | 2016 Baseball | 2016 Fastpitch | 2015 Baseball
2018 Slugger Baseball
2018 Slugger 918 Prime
Offered in BBCOR, Big Barrel and a USAbat version for 2018, the 918 Prime from Slugger is their premier bat. The two piece composite is a smooth swing and a great feel. In it's fourth year or production Slugger believes to have dialed in the perfect combination of balance and performance.
2018 Slugger 718 Select
Slugger's 718 Select is back for the 2018 season after a hiatus in 2017. This version is an upgrade from the 716 in its massive end cap weight. This is a big hitting bat made for the collegiate player. It is only available in a BBCOR version.
2018 Slugger 618 Solo
Our favorite BBCOR bat from 2017 is back in a 618 Solo. And with the success Slugger had with this light swinging single piece aluminum we fell they've added a few sizes and model options too. For the price, and the massive size offerings available, expect high marks from us.
2018 Slugger 518 Omaha
Although Slugger has produced an Omaha bat since the dawn of time, it still feels fresh and new to us. We love the massive size offerings, reasonable price point and trusty name brand. This is a no frills bats that makes no pretense for over-zealous performance. This is an aluminum stick made to hit baseballs, far.
2018 Slugger Catalyst
If you are looking for an inexpensive full composite baseball bat in the big barrel space then look no further than the Slugger Catalyst. There are few bats that compete with it in terms of price and construction type. This bat has been around for quite some time without a ton of upgrades. But, no doubt, there is a reason it has been around for quite some time.
2018 Catalyst Review
2018 Slugger Fastpitch
2018 Slugger LXT
The 2018 LXT will likey be the most popular Fastpitch bat on the market in the next 12 months. It's a beautiful bat with a number of size options. It should be on everyone's short list.
2018 LXT Review
2018 Slugger XENO
If the LXT is not the most popular fastpitch bat on the market then expect that to fall to the 2018 Xeno. With a size to fit everyone the only barrier to entry is price.
2018 XENO Review
2018 Slugger PXT
New to the Slugger line, this single piece composite replicates the feel of a CF9 from their sister company. Expect a pricey bat with a bit of traction and, in a few years, a real run at the top.
2018 PXT Review
2018 Slugger Proven
The Proven is an entry level fastpitch bat developed by Slugger who is more concerned with price in their short season than top performing bat. It is a drop 13 so don't expect much.
2018 Proven Review
2018 Slugger X12
A little more serious than the Proven, the X12 is a staple in the drop 12 line of entry level fastpitch bats.
2018 X12 Review
2017 Slugger Slowpitch
2017 USSSA Z4
The Z4 is becoming a stable at USSSA slow-pitch tournaments throughout the country. In a number of weight drops and balances, expect a real smooth smash
2017 ASA Z4
Slugger's ASA Z4 is one of our favorite slow pitch bats on the 2017 market of slowpitch bats. Tons of drops and weight balances for the serious player.
2017 USSSA Super Z
A USSSA Super Z from Slugger is worth a look from any serious slowpitch player on the market today.
2017 ASA Super Z
Hard to find much wrong with the 2017 ASA Super Z. It's got a number of balance options, has a proven track record, and can flat out rake the ball with the right hitter.
2017 Hyper Z Senior League
Is there a better Senior League Slow Pitch bat than the Hyper Z? Maybe. But, for many on a hunt for a value bat, the Hyper Z will fit the bill.
2017 Hyper Z Review
2017 Slugger Baseball
2017 Slugger 917 Prime
Although a bit of a struggle with durability in the transition, the 917 Prime is the premiere baseball bat in the Slugger line. Great balance, tons of sizes, and a well performing barrel make it a short list qualifier for just about anyone serious about baseball.
2017 Slugger 617 Solo
Our favorite bat in the BBCOR lineup for 2017, the 617 SOLO is a small BBCOR players dream. Ultra light swing and a 29-inch length to boot? Count us tickled pink.
2017 Slugger 517 Omaha
The mainstay in the Slugger line since the dawn of time, the 517 is the latest iteration in the single piece aluminum world. No one thinks this bat is the best performing bat on the market, yet it still outsells most its competitors by a serious margin.
2017 Slugger Catalyst
The single piece composite bat is back for Slugger in 2017. Although it lacks a number of sizing options (like a BBCOR) it still makes some sense for the right player.
2017 Slugger Fastpitch
2017 Slugger LXT Hyper
The LXT Hyper from Slugger should be the most popular fastpitch bat on the market for 2017. If it is not then too many people are buying the wrong bat. This thing is flat dynamite.
2017 Slugger XENO Plus
The 2017 Xeno with a new plus composite does nothing but improve upon the industry leading model in the space. Expect nothing but a fantastic feel and serious performance.
2016 Slugger Slowpitch
2016 USSSA Z4
Check out our full review on the USSSA Z4 Below.
2016 ASA Z4
Check out our full review on the ASA Z4 below.
2016 USSSA Super Z
2016 USSSA Super Z with a number of weight drops and a real smooth smash? Yes please.
2016 ASA Super Z
2016 ASA Super Z Review
2016 Slugger Solo Z
2016 Slugger Solo Z Review
2016 Slugger Hyper Z
2016 Slugger Baseball
2016 Slugger Fastpitch
2015 Slugger Baseball
2015 Slugger 915 Prime
2015 Slugger 715 Select
2015 Slugger 515 Omaha