Louisville Slugger TPX Omaha: SL126XL Senior League
Average Customer Review
We just purchase 3 of these bats all different lengths for our 13 and Under traveling baseball team that has just gotten started. The boys love them. Bats have a a lot of energy and performed well for us in our 1st tournament. No visible issue with dings or dents or paint after initial use and have been using them regularly for 3 weeks now. Appear to be excellent bats for the money.
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Would this bat be appropriate for 10 year old playing kid-pitch in USSSA? I see it says Senior League?
The Louisville Slugger TPX Omaha: SL126XL Senior League bat is also considered a Youth Big Barrel bat on our website. It would be the appropriate category of bat for a player that faces live pitching or balls pitched by a machine. Always check with a league representative to ensure that a particular bat is approved for use in your specific league.
My son is 50lbs and 6 years old. Ive determined he needs a 26" 16 oz bat. He has a couple years of coach pitch left, but i was wondering if i should go with this bat or the coach pitch bat? Since they are the same size, which one has more pop? Since hes just starting out idk if durablity is an issue.
In a Coach Pitch league, a Junior Big Barrel bat (aka Coach Pitch bat) will have more pop as they are designed with thinner barrel walls and will have more pop in a Coach Pitch league than a Senior League bat.
Which bat do you think is better? The Louisville Slugger TPX Warrior or the Louisville Slugger TPX Omaha?
Both are good, balanced bats. The Louisville Slugger TPX Omaha will be more balanced and have a higher quality alloy resulting in better performance.
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- -10 Length to Weight Ratio
- 2 3/4 Inch Barrel Diameter
- 7/8 Inch Tapered Handle
- Features USSSA 1.15 Stamp; Legal for Use in 2012
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