Player’s Weekend Bats

2018 MLB Player’s Weekend is this last week in August (8/24 through 8/26). During Player’s Weekend the MLB relaxes equipment rules.  This allows players to put unique names, colors and designs on, among other things, bats. We keep track of many of the bats you’ll see this weekend. They are, to say the least, beautiful.

Scroll below to see the bat images of the 2018 Player’s Weekend.

Player's Weekend Bats

Notables

  • Adam Jones is honoring his children with his bats. His bats have the names of his children engraved on them.
  • In a shout out to Key & Peele on Comedy Central, Aaron Hicks has A-A-Ron on his bat

Check out our MLB player bats.

Here are some of the names you’ll find on the end of the Slugger bats.

PLAYER

TEAM

 BAT END BRAND

Ronald Acuna, Jr.

Braves

EL DE LA SABANA

Joey Gallo

Rangers

PICO DE GALLO

Adam Jones

Orioles

AUGUST JONES, AXEL JONES

Tommy Pham

Rays

PHAMTASTIC

Logan Forsythe

Twins

LOGIE BEAR

Josh Harrison

Pirates

J HAY

Aaron Hicks

Yankees

A-A-RON

Trey Mancini

Orioles

BOOMER

Odubel Herrera

Phillies

KING HENRY

Curtis Granderson

Blue Jays

GRANDYMAN

What To Know About Player’s Weekend Bats

  • MLB® is relaxing rules for gear, including bats, for its second Players Weekend, August 24–26.
  • MLB rules normally restrict bat colors. During the season, for example, they can only have natural, flame temper, black, brown, wine, gray and black cherry. Player-name branding or speical logos are not allowed.
  • Of course major vendors use this as a chance to spruce up their special players. But, they also let consumers in on the new bats. Slugger, for example, does it on their sluggercustombats.com website.

Player’s Weekend Bats

The best place to see each of these are on our Instagram account.

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