Wood Baseball Bats (291)
Wood Baseball Bats are most commonly made from Ash, Maple, Bamboo, or Composite Wood. Maple is stronger than Ash, while Bamboo serves as the strongest and tends to last a little longer. Ash is a bit softer which allows it to flex during the swing and produce a great whip through the hitting zone, leading to better bat control. Many power hitters like Maple wood bats because these bats have a hardness and stiffness that allows players to exert as much force as possible onto the ball. Composite Wood bats are a mixture of wood and composite materials. They are very durable, but may not be legal in all leagues. Be sure to check out our baseball bat Resource Guide to get up to date on the most Frequently Asked Questions when it comes to purchasing wooden bats. Also, if you are unsure of what wood bat to buy, visit our Wood Bats Reviews page to see what other players are saying!
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Wood Bats give players that traditional feel and “crack of the bat” sound. Wood bats are generally made from either ash, maple or bamboo wood. While there are many wood bat specific tournaments and leagues many players also prefer to use a wood bat for practice because of its cost effectiveness as well as its a great training tool, if you can hit with a wood bat then you can hit with any bat.
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