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 Post subject: What are you swinging?
Unread postPosted: Fri Apr 18, 2014 2:20 pm 
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Brand? Model? Size? Species of wood?


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 Post subject: Re: What are you swinging?
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Sam Bat KB1 (271) 33 inch maple
Mine Bat Roma (271) 33.5 inch European Beech.

Both bats have great pop , but the Sam Bat is probably over priced. Mine Bats are still $50 on Eastbay!!!!!!!!


As for BBCOR:

Marucci Black 2
Great balance and big sweet spot for a balanced bat.

Also have a Rawlings 5150 that I have yet to use.


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 Post subject: Re: What are you swinging?
Unread postPosted: Fri Apr 18, 2014 5:16 pm 
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Location: Titletown, MA
Wood:

Chandler MK27 Maple, 33/31: Durable, really like the glossy spray finish.

Axis AX13 (I13) Maple, 32.5/30.5: Great sound when barreling up.


BBCOR for HS:

2012 TPX Exogrid, 32/29: Practice bat, tiny sweet spot.

2013 Easton S1 33/30: Gamer, love the feel of a 2 piece comp.


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 Post subject: Re: What are you swinging?
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Mine roma 32/30 and 32/29
Max bat t14 maple 32/30 and 32/29
Trinity 271 birch 32/29


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 Post subject: Re: What are you swinging?
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Maxbat. A10 and R11. Both birch and 32/30


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 Post subject: Re: What are you swinging?
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Location: MX
Old Hickory GR13 (custom profile) maple 33.75/30.5


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 Post subject: Re: What are you swinging?
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Chandler C331 32/29 Great Feeling & Crack, Great Wood in General
2014 Rip-It Prototype 32 , A Bit Top Heavy but one of the better performing BBCOR Bats for sure


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 Post subject: Re: What are you swinging?
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Location: 43°2'N, 87°55'W
Rock Bat 331 34/31.5 Maple
Max Bat 191x 34/31.5 Birch
Mine 271 33.5/31 Beech


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 Post subject: Re: What are you swinging?
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MaxBats R10 32 -3 Maple
MaxBats 191X 33.5 -3 Maple

I had ordered the R10's (a 3 pack) and they all came in well over weight. I was pretty disappointed because it was the middle of my baseball season and didn't have the time or money for replacements. I called them up after the season and they quickly exchanged the 3 overweight bats (one which had been used considerably) for 3 new ones that were the correct weight. They also have been very helpful with minor customizations and flexible with their 3 bat deals. It's great to support a midwest company, I live in WI, and it feels even better knowing they treat their customers so well.


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 Post subject: Re: What are you swinging?
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Tweener510 wrote:
MaxBats R10 32 -3 Maple
MaxBats 191X 33.5 -3 Maple

I had ordered the R10's (a 3 pack) and they all came in well over weight. I was pretty disappointed because it was the middle of my baseball season and didn't have the time or money for replacements. I called them up after the season and they quickly exchanged the 3 overweight bats (one which had been used considerably) for 3 new ones that were the correct weight. They also have been very helpful with minor customizations and flexible with their 3 bat deals. It's great to support a midwest company, I live in WI, and it feels even better knowing they treat their customers so well.

The best bats always come out of the Midwest ;)


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 Post subject: Re: What are you swinging?
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powermatt99 wrote:
Rock Bat 331 34/31.5 Maple
Max Bat 191x 34/31.5 Birch
Mine 271 33.5/31 Beech


How do you like the Rock bat?


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 Post subject: Re: What are you swinging?
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nrocket wrote:
powermatt99 wrote:
Rock Bat 331 34/31.5 Maple
Max Bat 191x 34/31.5 Birch
Mine 271 33.5/31 Beech


How do you like the Rock bat?

I know you didn't ask me but my Rock Bat was my favorite bat I've owned. I live about 45 minutes from the factory and I'm going to go there and see if I can get a tour and maybe a discount ;)


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 Post subject: Re: What are you swinging?
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Mine Roma 32/39

BBCOR:
Demarini CF6 32/29. The only thing I don't like about it is the sound off the bat.


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 Post subject: Re: What are you swinging?
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Lacasee Birch CD18 (Custom Model) 32/30
Louisville Slugger Z1000 bbcor 32/29 (Best bbcor bat made IMO)
Good Wood S318 32/29


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 Post subject: Re: What are you swinging?
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GoHeels wrote:
Lacasee Birch CD18 (Custom Model) 32/30
Louisville Slugger Z1000 bbcor 32/29 (Best bbcor bat made IMO)
Good Wood S318 32/29


How does the good wood compare to the Lacasse?


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