2013 DeMarini Voodoo: DXVDR Senior League
Average Customer Review
Outstanding bat, we've got the 30/21 for an 11 year old. Was worried that it may be to heavy for him. Man was I wrong, he hit three home runs in two games last night. Followed by one all the way to the center field fence. Funny thing is when he came to the dug out he looked at me and said, Coach I didnt even try to hit hard.
During the games I had him lay down a bunt. Not real impressed with it due to the amount of pop the bat has. My son soft bunted down third base side and ball went almost all the way to third.
son hit a 250 foot bomb over the fence with this bat, great graphics, feels solid, great pop
it feels a little heavy at first (endloaded) I would practice w it a few days or so before using in a game situation--- it definetely has a different weight distribution than the other popular models
I used to think some of the reviews on this bat were exagerated until my 11 yr old son used a 30in 21oz VooDoo in his tournament. His first at bat a triple over the right fielders head. His second at bat another triple lined between left and center field. His third at bat he doubled down the right field line. His last at bat he singled btween short and third. His cousin that was watching told me his second triple was the hardest hit ball of the game. His next game of the tournament he went 3 for four with a double. He was borrowing the bat from a teammate but I have since gone out and bought him his own....Something to be said for an American Made Bat!!!
Everyone is gonna to want to use it.
Let me start by saying that I have spent a lot of money on bats over the last couple seasons. I have purchased the Combat B3 -12, 2012 CF5 -10, 2011 Easton Omen -10, 2011 Easton Rival -10, and other bats in the mid price range. This bat has the most pop out of the wrapper I have seen by far, even over the composite models after "break-in". I have no stories of monster homeruns, as we have only done cage work with it so far. But the difference is noticeable. My son is a good size 11 year old, about 5'6" and 130lbs. We purchased the 31" 22oz, if you are a parent trying to decide on how to spend your hard earned money on a bat I certainly would suggest this bat, but consider giving up an inch in length for a little lighter bat. It swings a little heavier than a balanced 22 oz bat due to the end load. My son has adjusted well to the weight and has a lot of confidence with this bat. I hope this review has helped anyone that is like me and has a hard time believing reviews.
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This is an amazing bat with great pop. I bought it because my friend has the 2012 voodoo and he let me borrow it and i was creaming it. I bought this because it came in a perfect size and cool graphics. the bend gives it a good trampoline effect and it feels super light. this truly is an amazing baseball bat.
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I got this bat for Christmas and it is great. I have the 2013 CF5 and was comparing it to that. Although, this bat has an aluminum barrel it still has just as much pop as any other bat. It is slightly end loaded so it is great for power hitters.
It dents in cold weather.
My son used it at practice for the first time today. Perhaps he's not comparing "apples to apples" as he's used composite bats for a while. He notes this bat does not compare to balls hit off of his previous DeMarini CF4, Easton Speed or current Louisville Slugger Triton. Does not feel it has the same amount of pop as his composite bats.
I have been around baseball for 5 yrs coaching and hitting all makes and brands and have yet to find a better bat period. This bat is insanely balanced w/slight end load. Son hit one 40ft over left fielders head this weekend, though you have to be a realist as technique is part of the equasion. Do not waste your money on CF5, bat is a joke, no pop or sweet spot!!! Traded in for VooDoo after 3 months hoping CF5 would improve. I would also recommend Combat's as a lighter alternative. Could not be happier.
Changed grip to Combat.......Best Grip Period!!
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