BBCOR is an acronym for Batted Ball Coefficient of Restitution.
- BBCOR regulates how much energy is lost during a bat's contact with a baseball, and it is measured by a number.
- The higher the number a bat registers, the hotter or more dangerous the baseball bat.
- BBCOR ensures that all non-wood bats (composite and aluminum) perform similarly to wood, even after they're broken-in.
- Once a bat passes the test, it is then deemed BBCOR certified and receives the .50 stamp.
- The NCAA and NFHS both agreed on .50 as the number because that is only slightly higher than a wood baseball bat.
To use the bat size chart all you have to do is follow these three simple steps:
- Find your height range (in inches) across the top
- Find your weight range (in pounds) on the left
- Scroll your fingers down from the height and to the right from the weight until you meet in the middle.
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