Pros: The first three times up, my 13yr old son crushed the ball...
Cons: ..until it cracked near the handle when he got jammed on his 4th at bat. Good thing there is a warranty, but not thrilled with the durability.
Bat Pack BamBooBat Bamboo and Louisville Slugger Select Series 7 Birch Wood Baseball Bats: HWBR100M and WTLW7BMIXA16
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Pros: I like the weight distribution and feel of the bat. solid
Cons: bought two bats last week and used them in an over 48 baseball tournament. I broke both bats. Not sure why these broke. I am very careful as to how I hold that bat and swing. It could be defective bats. I usually only break maybe one a year. These are too expensive to have them break so quickly.
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I would like the know the cut and drop of this bat. Could you provide that info?
This Louisville Slugger Select Mixed Series 7 Birch Wood Baseball Bat (WTLW7BMIXA16) could come in any cut produced by Louisville Slugger. As well, the bat should have an approximate -3 length-to-weight ratio.
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Louisville Slugger is the Official Bat of Major League Baseball and the #1 name in baseball since the earliest days of the sport. In many ways, the storied 130+ year history of the Louisville Slugger baseball bat began in the talented hands of 17-year-old John A. "Bud" Hillerich. Back in the 1880s, Bud was working at his father's woodworking shop in Louisville, Kentucky. Legend has it that Bud, a lover of baseball and a player himself, slipped away from work one afternoon in 1884 to watch Louisville's major league team, the Louisville Eclipse. Bud was in the stands as the team's star, P.... read more
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