This site contains more information about baseball bats online than anywhere else. We have written over 400 articles on baseball alone and include those in categories like BBCOR, USABats and USSSA as well as reviews by brands like Easton, Louisville Slugger, DeMarini, Marucci, Rawlings, Axe and more. We also have a section dedicated to wood bats as well as our entire set of articles dedicated to producing the best baseball bats.
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Baseball Bats By Year
The 2018 baseball bat lineup is deep and wide. The inaugural season of USABats combined with a strong push by a few new players into the BBCOR space make this as competitive a set of bats we have ever reviewed. The below online reviews consist of no less than 2,000 hours of combined work in the cage, on the field and on the phone. Our online Baseball Bat reviews are the magnum opus of our site. Enjoy!
We found the theme of 2017 baseball bats in the realm of single piece aluminum bats with composite end caps and light swing weights. Back the basics is where we found most companies pushing. Slugger's release of the 617 Solo was a pleasant surprise and Easton's MAKO, in its final year of production, led the overall field in terms of options and sizing. DeMarini's 2017 CF Zen made headlines for all the
right wrong reasons. 2017 was a remarkable year to review baseball bats online.
The story of 2016 Baseball Bats? How big is your barrel. The Combat Maxum delivered the largest barrel on a baseball bat anyone has ever seen and the race to the biggest didn't stop there. Easton continued the push of their spinning handle TORQ, Axe bats got a seat at the big boy's table and Mizuno got serious about making aluminum and composite baseball bats. All in a days work, and some 50 different reviews, for baseball bats in 2016.