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BW7 Turn Model - Player Model Of Kansas City Royals' Phenom, Bobby Witt Jr. Designed With A Thin Handle Similar To A 271 Bat, But With More Of A Flared Knob. Barrel Should Be Pretty Long & Result In A Slightly-Loaded Barrel Feel.
Approximate Drop 3 Length-To-Weight Ratio
Slightly End Loaded Swing Feel
Crafted From MLB-Quality Maple Wood
Cupped Barrel End
Flared Knob Shape
Pro Ink Dot Certified & MLB Approved
Colorway: Grey | Natural
(This Bat Will Not Feature Bobby Witt Jr's Name Or Signature. It Will Only Feature The Model Number 'BW7')
Homewood Pro BW7 Bobby Witt Jr Maple Wood Baseball Bat: BW7M
Join Bobby Witt Jr in making Homewood Bats the next big thing in the wood baseball bat market!
Step into the batter's box with the same bat used by Baseball America's 2021 MiLB Player of the Year, Bobby Witt Jr. Homewood has crafted it for Big Time Bob with a design that is going to look similar to the legendary 271 wood baseball bat. The big similarity to the 271 will be a thinner handle that tapers into a flared knob (Homewood has actually commented that Bobby's knob should have an even bigger flare to it). Meanwhile, the barrel is going to display a long length and a subsequent large sweetspot that should make the bat feel a little end-loaded. Because of that loaded feel, we believe that power hitters will enjoy toting this bat around home plate.
As well, Homewood constructed this model out of MLB-quality maple wood material. The grains of the wood should be straight and thus slightly more durable than your run-of-the-mill bats you can pick up at a cheaper price point. MLB players have been turning to maple wood bats with consistency for over 20 seasons and because of that, it has become the most popular choice of material by MLB hitters.
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About the Brand
Homewood Bat is appropriately named after the South Chicago Village in which it resides. When founding the company in 2015, Todd Pals pitched his idea of a wood baseball bat company to the mayor of the village, the mayor had quite a request for him...that he name the company "Homewood". Todd agreed willingly as he reasoned that the suggested name would work, "Home, like a home run, that's pretty basebally. And wood, we're making wood bats. It's pretty perfect."
Since its inception, Homewood has been slowly but surely making its presence known throughout all levels of baseball. With their unique facility in the southern suburbs of Chicago, they are able to attract a local following by allowing visitors to shop for bats, test bats in a batting cage and even glance at their production process that's all contained under one roof.
Pals has mentioned that Homewood is most committed to the detail of the wood bats they produce and with assisting customers. This commitment has been starting to show itself in their growing book of Major League business. By 2022, Bobby Witt Jr of the Kansas City Royals (Baseball America's 2021 Minor League Player of the Year) was swinging Homewood Bats. And it won't be long before many other MLB stars join him!
|Baseball Bats||Wood Baseball|
|Hitting Style||Power Hitter|
|Length to Weight Ratio||- 3|
|Swing Weight||Slightly End-Loaded|
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