Two-piece hybrid bats (composite handle/aluminum barrel) were first introduced to the game more than 10 years ago and are now one of the most popular bat designs on the market. Two-piece hybrids don’t need to be broken in and offer the player the best of both materials: the strength of a composite handle and responsiveness of an aluminum barrel. Lets take a look at two of the more popular two-piece hybrid bats. Ladies and Gentlemen, welcome to this blog’s main event, the 2013 DeMarini Voodoo vs. the 2013 Easton S2.
Keys to Victory: The 2013 Voodoo is the highest performing Voodoo to date. The new TR3 F.L.O. composite provides a stiff feel which helps to harness your power at contact and causes the ball to explode off the responsive X10 alloy barrel. This year's model has the largest sweetspot of any Voodoo before it.
Weight Distribution: Slight End Load
Keys to Victory: The 2013 Easton S2 features the new SIC Black Carbon handle, which is stiffer than the 2012 model, resulting in an increase in durability and pop. It is one of the most balanced two-piece hybrids around which results in maximum bat speed. The more bat speed you have, the more power you have.
Weight Distribution: Balanced
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