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  • -3 Length to Weight Ratio

  • 2 5/8 Inch Barrel Diameter

  • BBCOR Certified - Approved for H.S. and Collegiate Play

  • Free Shipping!

  • Full Twelve (12) Month Manufacturer's Warranty

  • One-Piece Alloy Design

  • 5150 Alloy for Unmatched Trampoline and Durability

  • Precision Optimized Performance (pOp) Technology

  • Proprietary Bi/fusion Process

  • Comp-Lite End Cap

  • Balanced Swing Weight

The Rawlings 5150 BBCOR Baseball Bat! Rawlings is out to prove that they truly are on the cutting edge of BBCOR design technology. The original 5150 Alloy BBCOR was one of the first BBCOR bats to hit the market, yet it achieved uncommon staying power and popularity for years after its release. That's because players barely noticed a difference in performance, swing weight, and durability from their BESR bat. Now that Rawlings has had a chance to perfect the design even further, this year's 5150 Alloy BBCOR is sure to be even more popular! The unique feel offered by Rawlings' BBCOR bats is made possible through Precision-Optimized Performance (pOp) Barrel Technology that isolates extra weight to a smaller region of the bat, translating into extra swing speed. Made from the ultra-responsive 5150 Alloy, this one-piece design features an extra-long barrel design and a balanced swing weight that is over 200 M.O.I. better than any other competitor. The end of the barrel features Rawlings' proprietary Bi/fusion process that joins the Comp-Lite end cap to the 5150 Alloy frame to give it more durability and more pop in one single, solitary unit. With a 7/8 Inch tapered handle and premium synthetic grip, the BBCA2 will feel incredible in your hands. Rawlings: The New Standard of Speed! The Rawlings 5150 Alloy: BBCA2 is BBCOR Certified and legal for high school and collegiate play. It is backed by a Full Twelve (12) Month Manufacturer's Warranty. Free Shipping!

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camel

Pros: great balance, great bat speed, great grip, great pop, ive been hitting great

Cons:

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chaseman

Pros: I have to move up from a -10 to a -3 for high school and I am not very big. This bat is very even loaded and helped me alot with my bat speed and it has good pop

Cons: None

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Clay

Pros: It has a very good pop to it and if you hit it right, it flys. I like the sound of the metal against ball and it makes a loud ping. The grip is very sturdy and you don't need batting gloves when you hit with it.

Cons: The knob of my bat is already dented a tiny bit.

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Kyle

Pros: Awesome bat! Light and has tremendous pop of the bat! Nice ping when you hit the ball and very stylish also.

Cons: Cons? None!

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zferb

Pros: Just bought this a few days ago. Hit a shot today 320 plus feet! This bat is so worth it

Cons: The grip is pretty bad, it'll come off soon

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Shorty

Pros: Like the design and the option of getting it in a 30 inch size. Swings pretty well.

Cons: Have only been able to swing in real game situations twice. It is not as balanced as reported nor is it as balanced as the 2013 Demarini CF5. Do not believe it has the pop of the CF5 but again, I have not used that much at this point.

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dime

Pros: just used this bat at a bat demo, the rawlings rep was there. I compared this bat to the Easton S2, S1. My bat speed was much quicker with the 5150. Had great pop also. I cjose the 5150

Cons: to early to tell

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Ty

Pros: Very good pop! Fells good when you hit with it and really even loaded!

Cons: Grip gets slippery if used without batting gloves.

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nickwinn16

Pros: This bat is incredible. You can't get a lot for $200 these days as far as bats are concerned. Thank you Rawlings for making a bat this amazing this affordable. If you've got $200 saved up for a bat, get this one. But if you have an extra $100 get the Velo. This bat is better than the CF5 in my oppinion. Rawlings beat BBCOR's system with this bat.

Cons: Grip doesn't last long. Scratches easily.

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squishy

Pros: good amount of pop. good sweet spot and good grip and feel.

Cons: a lot of vibration.

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J Bonez

Pros: Well balanced.

Cons: Compared to the other BBCOR bats, it doesn't compare to the Easton and Voodoo. This bat isn't as good. Pop isn't as good, grip is terrible, just a long list of cons. Don't get this bat.

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mitch

Pros: great pop, great grip (with batting gloves), good price, and good balance. i have used most bb cor bats on the market and this is definitely one of, if not, the best choice. i would compare it directly with the easton s1 except the 5150 seems to have a more solid feel off the barrel.

Cons: none yet

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laxdadtoo

Pros: Great bat. Evenly balanced and not end loaded. Excellent bat for $200.

Cons: The grip could be better so you must wear gloves. Hopefully Rawlings will take note of this and put a better grip on it in the future. Last year's model 5150 and Velo had an excellent grip. This must be corrected for next years model or I may look to switch bats.

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j

Pros: THE BEST BAT OF ALL TIME JUST BUY IT

Cons: none

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BCBboy10

Pros: Ball jumps off the bat. It can make any average hitter look as if he had pop.

Cons: Personally, I don't think its as a good as its twin brother, the red version

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gmoney

Pros: The bat has great pop. it does not jar your hands.

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IanBold

Pros: Feels light when you swing it. Has very good pop if you hit it off the sweet spot, also the grip is very grippy. Some kids on my modified school team pick it up and say "I think I'm gonna use this." Overall, it's a great bat and I would recommend it.

Cons: Only con is that when I was playing a scrimmage in a minor league ballpark I placed it in a bat rack and the end got scratched a bit pretty easily, but it's not a problem. Plus, it might have been the rack.

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king felix

Pros: Looks great, the ball flies if you hit it in the sweet spot. But even if you don't hit it in the sweet spot, it feels nice off the bat.

Cons: None.

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Jacob

Pros: This bat has an amazing amount of pop. More balanced than the red one and a little more pop. I bought this bat and now most of my high school team uses it

Cons: took about 1 month to break in so if it dosent feel amazing out of the wrapper give it some time, its worth the wait

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Benji

Pros: Great bat. Hit one 360 at the age of 14 with it at Zebulon B. Vance highschool.

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jack

Pros: Good bat, good pop, and nice grip. I have gotten many solid hits with the bat.

Cons: The only con is that it is a little bit top heavy, but it does not really matter.

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Morey

Pros: Bought this bat midway through my freshman year, and my BA went from .190 to .330 on the season! I had a Marucci Team before. Great pop, balanced, great grip.

Cons:

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Bob

Pros: It has horrible pop.

Cons: Everything.

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Shortstop69

Pros: Light, feels like nothing when hit, lots of pop, feels light.

Cons: Grip is not the best.

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aggies#7

Pros: Overall, the bat is great, still is great, sick pop and the satisfaction of hearing the load ping is awesome!

Cons: None!

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Tim W.

Pros: I had to switch from -5 to -3 it's a great bat! Performs pretty well out of the wrapper and has tremendous pop. Love the sound it produces as well!

Cons: Paint chips easily.. Also grip isn't very good feels a little cheap

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Anonymous

Pros: Really balanced. Really light weight feel.

Cons: Grip could be better but with batting gloves it does its job.

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TJ

Pros: Best bat I've ever had. Very evenly weight distributed and ginormous pop!!!!

Cons: Grip tape is a little slippery.

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Dad

Pros: Picked this bat because it was one of the few BBCOR bats to come in 30". My 5'2" 105 lb. sons found it very easy to swing and with good pop.

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B

Pros: lot of pop

Cons: none

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Rawlings

Pros: 5150 Alloy is way better than DeMarini bats and Easton bats.

Cons: Too much pop.

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gage

Pros: Lots of pop the ping sounds great and has a pretty well balanced weight

Cons: Grip is not very good

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TJ's pop

Pros: My son has swung Nike bats up till we couldn't get them anymore. This bat has the same sound and is as live of a bat as we have seen. he isn't a contact hitter, a pure power hitter and the one piece design works well

Cons: no so far

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Matt

Pros: I like the bat lots of pop for a BBCOR bat. Well-balanced.

Cons: None

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Kyle

Pros: Great pop and balance. Easy to get through the zone.

Cons: The grip.

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john

Pros: first at bat hit a 570+ bomb to dead center. Great bat i would reccommend this to everyone

Cons: grip is bad

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baseball king

Pros: great pop right out the package love the ping sound price is great!!!! would recomend to anyone locking for a base hiitting bat

Cons: grip is sliprey

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ty

Pros: great pop probly better than s1 or xl1

Cons: grip

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bat_dad

Pros: amazing pop for a metal bat. bigger sweet spot than any other alloy bat we've swung. light swing weight. great first BBCOR bat. loud ping when hit on the barrel.

Cons: none so far.

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TJ

Pros: Is a great bat a lot of pop I used it through 50 games now and it still hit like I just got it out of the package

Cons: None

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hhdj

Pros: Great pop, has a nice light feel to it, and i nice look. practically no break in time. GREAT FOR CONTACT HITTERS.

Cons: grip is slick, seems to be more of a contact hitters bat, i have this bat and have swung the black velo, myself being a power hitter i wish i would have bought that bat. but if you are speedy contact guy this is the best bat on the market.

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Buzz

Pros: Good pop balanced looks great

Cons: None

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Matt player

Pros: Pop is amazing for bbcor first hit was to the fence

Cons: The grip

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BEST #14 player

Pros: VERY GOOD BAT FOR EVERY PLAYER OUT ON THE FIELD. BEST BALANCED BBCOR BAT THAT I KNOW OF. THE BALL TRAMPOLINES OFF THE BAT JUST LIKE A BESR BAT. HUGE SWEET SPOT, BIGGER THAN THE OLDER MODEL AND MORE BALANCED. THIS BAT IS SURE TO GIVE YOU MORE BAT SPEED.

Cons: NONE.

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5150 Praise Brian player

Pros: The ball jumps of the bat. This bat has endlesss pop, feels light. If anyone is getting a bbcore bat I would recomend the 5150.

Cons: NONE!!!

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Rawlings 5150 32" -3 Steve parent

Pros: PRO - Previous bat was Marucci Cat5, 31" -5. My son grew 3" to 5'7" and now weighs 130 lb. He had no trouble transitioning to the longer and heavier bat for high school. First two games with new bat, 6 for 6 combined...so good first impression. Excellent bat for the price.

Cons: CON - Nothing bad to say about the bat. I think all comments by the justbats staff are accurate. The bat coach analysis of height and weight puts you onto the correct bat size.

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5150 kenneth gilmore parent

Pros: Son seems to like it..

Cons: Not exactly sure about the pop yet..

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bats anonomous player

Pros: Great pop, ball jumps off of the bat, grip tape is a bit slippery but that's why batting gloves were invented!

Cons: None.

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Great bat Higgins22 player

Pros: I have played two weekends with this bat and each hit has sailed to deep outfield. The hit feels great. Great bat at a discounted price.

Cons: None

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Great Bat Matt player

Pros: Love the trampoline feel when you get a good hit, love the ping. Just an overall great bat.

Cons: Don't have money for another one.

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AVOID THIS BAT AT ALL COST!!!! Tony Banks parent

Pros: Pop sound is louder than the ball travels!

Cons: The quality of this bat is POOR! My 10 y/o son, a small kid, 4'6 70 lbs destroyed 4 of these bats within a 4 month period. The first 5150 bat didn't last the first batting practice. The second one didn't survive the first tournament weekend. The third one lasted two tournaments. The last one we received was stamped "NO WARRANTY". I believe it showed up damaged because the first pitch gave us that "Cracked" sound. I trashed it and will not ever buy another Rawlings bat. They replaced each of the first three bats within a week or two.

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Excellent BBCOR bat Joshua Allen parent

Pros: Great bat. Has great pop, even when not hitting exactly on the sweet spot. Read about complaints with the grip, but the grip is great. No vibration to speak of, unless you hit it off the very end of the barrel. Gets through the zone really fast and carries through. Thought my son would struggle moving from -10 to -3, but he says, and I see, his swing speed is about the same as it was. For the price this might be the best bat out there.

Cons: None.

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Great Bat Baseballplayer4 player

Pros: I used this bat during my high school season last year and really liked it. It had pretty good pop out of the package. I love the ping sound it has unlike most other bbcor bats. It's very well balanced and feels very light as well. The only bat i swung that I could really compare it to was the 5150 velo and the Easton S1. I would say out of all bats last year, the S1 had the most pop after it was broken in and the 5150 alloy was second.

Cons: The grip was very comfortable but in less than 3 weeks with the bat, the grip started peeling off and I needed a new grip.

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Its amazing!! Dallas player

Pros: The pop of this bat is amazing and lasts a long time. It is really light and just overall great.

Cons: The grip is bad if your hands are sweaty. Just tape it instead.

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Ok bat Carter Klein player

Pros: I like the bat good pop and general feel

Cons: when I hit it the vibration stings my hands

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most pop for the dollar tony (aia32) coach

Pros: the bat is very nice balance, after two season the bat has held up nicely

Cons: the finished on the bat on the tip where the end cap keep falling off

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Best Aluminum Bat Out There John player

Pros: The ball flies off this bat more than any other bat. I have used voodoos, exogrids, and eastons and none of them have had the pop of this bat. Great bat. Recommend it to everyone.

Cons: Nothing

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Great bat Carter Klein player

Pros: Lots of pop for aluminum bat.

Cons: none

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Great Bat PR player

Pros: This bat has great pop when it is hit on the barrel, and a good feel to it

Cons: A little top heavy, otherwise none

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Great Bat Jorge player

Pros: One of the best bats ever. I feel like I hit the ball farther then a BPF. Great sound, and great pop. I love the trampoline feeling when you hit it square.

Cons: Everyone wants to use it and mark it up.

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Great Bat:) Ricky Neuser player

Pros: Great pop and awesome grip

Cons: hi

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GREAT BAT Blake Murphy player

Pros: i ordered this bat wesnesday & got it yesterday morning! very fast shipping & i love the bat. lots of pop & feels very balanced & its light. loving it thanks justbats!!

Cons: NONE!

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Great Bat, Low Cost Jay player

Pros: Great Pop Very balance Good Sweet Spot

Cons: Slippery Grip

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Great Pop Very Balanced Ray Macko player

Pros: Great grip Cool Graphics Smooth Balanced feel

Cons: Slightly to thick handle compared to other bbcor bats have swung rip it prototype, cf5, voodoo, omaha balanced and exogrid and i like this overall one the best.

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5150 review! Andrew player

Pros: The 5150 is a great bat for anyone. I had used my friend's 2011 model and I loved it. This bat is even better! It has great pop right out of the rapper. It looks beautiful, sounds beautiful, and feels beautiful. It is great and for this price it is a steal. I found it to better than the 2014 VOODOO. (my opinion)

Cons: The grip feels slick if you aren't wearing batting gloves.

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Just ok ZACK player

Pros: Very little vibration with contact anywhere on the bat. Bat is very balanced and easy to swing.

Cons: Grip is not great. Small sweet spot. Have to hit the ball right on the sweet spot to get the ball to travel at all.

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Wow ThatThirdBaseman player

Pros: This is an amazing bat, after ending my freshman year in High School its safe to say this bad gives you the best bang for your buck

Cons: Absolutely none

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Great balance Ben player

Pros: the pop on this bat is incredible it is better than my 2013 voodoo and my vexxum i love the feel of the bat too everyone on my team has this bat

Cons: have not found any

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5150 cameron player

Pros: best bat ever balanced better then voodoo cf5 and all Easton bats

Cons: nothing yet

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Awesome Liam Roche player

Pros: Great pop off the bat, light swing weight and very stylish too!

Cons: None!

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Not good 3Hunna player

Pros: Looks cool.

Cons: Small sweet spot, you have to hit the ball in a certain spot for it to explode off the bat. Not well balanced. I like the VELO much better it is more balanced.

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Love It! J.G. player

Pros: I bought this bat and i loved it. It has great pop. Every time i hit the ball, it comes out flying. It is very well balanced and feels very light for a -3 bat. Although it is best for contact hitters, I am a power hitter and I already have 2 BOMBS this season.

Cons: Grip is Slippery.

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5150 Batman player

Pros: I was hitting with a Easton reflex and didn't hit too well switched and I hit one 320 feet on a light swing

Cons: None at all

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Nice Billy player

Pros: The ball really explodes off the ball. Not expensive. Worth every penny.

Cons: not alot of pop

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Rawlings for life! j. steve player

Pros: got this bat for the begining of baseball season and i love it today in our first game i hit a shot about 320 feet to right feild and im only 5.5 and 115 pounds so you dont have to be big to swing this bat the balance is amazing!!!

Cons: grip is slipery without batting gloves but other than that nothing

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15U coach

Pros: Has tremendous pop, distance and pre BB-COR ping sound that turns heads when hit well. For the price, this is one of best buys on the market, especially for players who outgrow their bats quickly.

Cons: None

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Great bat Tyler Welch player

Pros: This bat is freaking amazing! Im a freshman in high school that could bearly swing a bbcor bat last year, that now (swinging this bat in a 31.5/28.5) has a .455 batting avergage in varsity. Great feel, great pop, and great balance!

Cons: not a single one

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Awesome bat Jackson Murray player

Pros: Great bat, great feel, great pop, and the weight is distributed evenly throughout the bat.

Cons: The grip tape is horrible and will most likely need to be replaced and the paint on the know wears out easily.

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Why you should go with the Rawlings Nick player

Pros: The Rawlings 5150 Custom Alloy is a very nice and durable bat. The bat swing is very evenly balanced, it has very very low bat vibration, it has a nice design, it has very good and excellent pop, and is very reliable. This is a very good bat I would recommend the bat to contact and power hitters out there. This is the best bat I've had ever!

Cons: ABSOLUTELY NONE AT ALL

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Great bat out of the wrapper Bruins Baseball player

Pros: When i got this bat, it was outstanding. It had tons of pop and a great feel.

Cons: Not very durable. After a couple of months the pop is GONE. This bat is not very expensive so if you don't mind buying a new one every 4 months or so, this is a great bat for you

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great bat the seaganator player

Pros: fantastic feel, quick through the zone, power or contact hitters

Cons: none

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Great bat MGRiderBall player

Pros: Great for the price, I prefer it over the Easton Mako, it has great pop, and its great for the price!!

Cons: It seems like the sweet spot is kind of in, the barrel doesnt give you the best pop, so try to get more in on the plate.

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excellent Damian Lillard player

Pros: Excellent bat. I have been using it for about 2 months now. Great grip and you can get a good feel on it. I can get it quick through the zone and my hitting has improved tremendously.

Cons: None except the knob is getting scratched up pretty easily.

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5150 Justin Parrish player

Pros: Good Pop, Bestt BBcor bat on the market, good feel, balenced weight, feels light.

Cons: Dented near the end cap but this was after an entire year of showcase baseball, hs summer/fall/ spring seson (about 200 games) and 3 people on the hs team used my bat so still very durable.

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Great Bat james player

Pros: Best bat in the market right now.

Cons: to much pop

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5150 Dena player

Pros: Good pop for a bb core very lightweight and grip is good

Cons: NONE

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Good bat big papi player

Pros: Good pop, evenly weighted

Cons: vibration, bad grip

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high school coach johny clements coach

Pros: one of most durable bats ever. i has 5 from three years ago and bought two new makos for this season. the makos were a total waste because my boys refuse to use them.

Cons: the reason the know gets dented and scratched is because of miss use.

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good bat zach davis player

Pros: this bat is very light and it has a bunch if pop, if you hit the ball right it flys through the air, or fast on the ground

Cons: Really? Did this ask if this bat has cons? my answer is non

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good bat fish player

Pros: Only had it for a couple of games and it has good pop, balanced, and feels great when you make contact.

Cons: Slippery grip

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Great bat boss man player

Pros: Great pop, very balance and not end loaded, ball flys of the bat, sounds great

Cons: grip isn't great, your hands will feel it when you take one off the end of the bat

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5 star bat Mike player

Pros: I have no idea why anyone would plunk down $200-300 for a BBCOR bat when this bat is available for much less. I've hit with the high priced bats and this is as good, if not better.

Cons: None so far, I've used it about 1 month.

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amazing one piece bat luke player

Pros: Very light swing and great pop and also very forgiving when not hitting on the sweet spot

Cons: Grip could be better

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This bat is great ok player

Pros: Great pop its is one of the best balanced bbcor bats on the market. feels good in your hands if you put a lizard skins grip on it.

Cons: Grip isn't all that great.

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Getting another one Mcurole parent

Pros: My son hit .400 on the season for varsity with a 32" as a sophomore. He was the only soph selected for the all district team. Looking to purchase the next size up this year.

Cons: Other players on the team always looking to hit with his 5150.

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5150 review EliteBaseball32 player

Pros: This bat has a great amount of pop! It feels good coming off the bat with no stingers and is balanced for quick bat speed through the zone.

Cons: None this is a great bat at a low price!

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solid pickup C. Sand player

Pros: Great pop for a one piece bat. Usually an Easton guy but i thought I'd give this one a try and am very glad I did. Overall great bat.

Cons: "Slick" grip (hard to grip without batting gloves).

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Better than Easton JB User player

Pros: I am a switch hitter (natural righty). I always had a problem from the left because i could never get the bat around quick enough. Since getting the 5150, my swing on both sides has quickened and are almost similar. The overall feel is great! Ive tried the easton s1, mako, and xl1 and they dont come close to the quality and results of the 5150. rawlings has been improving every piece of their equipment and their bat will continue to be the best.

Cons: Underrated

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5150 BBCOR Big Daddy parent

Pros: My son has used the 5150 since he was 10 years old. He has tried other brands but has always come back to the 5150. He is now 14 and this is the first year he has to use BBCOR. We are currently hitting indoors so distance is hard to predict but it seems to be just as special as all the others he has used. Don't think he will trust any other bat.

Cons: Scratches easy but doesnt bother him. The production is what counts!!

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Bat Speed bone player

Pros: This bat as a huge sweet spot and great balance for bat speed. Was hitting around 250-300 with my mako then made the change and now am hitting 300-400 it delivers tanks

Cons: horrible grip but put tape over it and smash

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Turned me into a power hitter Jack player

Pros: I was in a hitting slump early on in the season last year. Trying every single bat that was available. Once I started using this bat I noticed the amount of pop it had even compared to the 400 dollar Cf5 was tremendous. The ball flies of the bat and the feeling is great. Hit my first HR and looking forward towards another great season with this bat.

Cons: Tape on the bat wasn't the best but I used hockey tape to cover over.

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Very good bat Robbie player

Pros: This bat is very durable and is not loaded at either end. It works very well right out of the wrapper and breaks in very quickly. It is better for line drive and contact hitters as opposed to power hitters because the pop isn't like a demarini or a mako.

Cons: Pop isnt as good as I hoped.

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5150 Jason KP player

Pros: this bat is amzaing i play high school baseball right now and this bat is great. The bat is even and smooth with tramensous pop to make the ball fly, all the 5150 bats are good ive been useing them since i was in coach pitch .

Cons: I usally go out and buy "lizard skin" bat grip cost about 10$ but is really good MLB perfered

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Not so good Garrett D player

Pros: Easy to get around but other than that not a good all around bat

Cons: Vibrates very often, grip is slippery, and handle scuffs very easy creates a grey halo around handle within a month

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this bat is great Aaron player

Pros: this is a very light bat with good pop and a huge sweat spot overall this is a great buy

Cons: none

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Awesome Ben player

Pros: Balanced lots of pop cool look

Cons: Grips not great but batting gloves work

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Do you know yet how this compares to the old 5150?
mike
The 2012 Rawlings 5150 Alloy and the 2013 Rawlings 5150 Alloy are very similar with a couple of changes that increase the performance of the 2013 model. The 2013 5150 Alloy features a lighter weight end plug and a new straight edge end cap design to eliminate some minor cracking issues. Between the straight edge design and lighter end cap, there is a 200 MOI (moment of intertia) advantage from the 2012 model to the 2013 model, which allows the batter to get through the hitting zone faster.
Brandon
Is the 2013 5150 weighted more like the 2011 5150 or 2012 5150 velo?
YTEE
The 2013 Rawlings 5150 Alloy features a lighter end weight than past models, so the 2013 model will have the lightest swing weight yet.
Tyler
How is the new 5150 different than the old one and is the performance better?
bryce
The 2012 Rawlings 5150 Alloy and the 2013 Rawlings 5150 Alloy are very similar with a couple of changes that increase the performance of the 2013 model. The 2013 5150 Alloy features a lighter weight end plug and a new straight edge end cap design to eliminate some minor cracking issues. Between the straight edge design and lighter end cap, there is a 200 MOI (moment of intertia) advantage from the 2012 model to the 2013 model, which allows the batter to get through the hitting zone faster.
Brandon
Great looking bat. Is Rawlings coming out with a 2013 version of the 2012 Machine?
Bryan
The 2013 version of the Rawlings Machine will only be available in Youth models and Youth Big Barrel. It will not be offered in a BBCOR model in 2013.
Tom
Is the 2013 Rawlings 5150 Alloy the same bat as the 2012 Rawlings 5150 only with a new paint job?
HoustonThunderBaseball
The 2012 Rawlings 5150 Alloy and the 2013 Rawlings 5150 Alloy are very similar with a couple of changes that increase the performance of the 2013 model. The 2013 5150 Alloy features a lighter weight end plug and a new straight edge end cap design to eliminate some minor cracking issues. Between the straight edge design and lighter end cap, there is a 200 MOI (moment of intertia) advantage from the 2012 model to the 2013 model, which allows the batter to get through the hitting zone faster.
Brandon
Will this bat be balanced or have a heavy end load?
Kendall
The 2013 Rawlings 5150 Alloy BBCOR will have a balanced swing weight.
Nick
Is the 2013 5150 the same spects as the 2012 5150 Velo? Is there any difference in balance and pop? I've noticed they changed the end cap to the one they used on the machine last year.
Copp
The 2012 Rawlings 5150 VELO BBCOR: BB51V will have a lighter swing weight than the 2013 Rawlings 5150 Alloy BBCOR: BBCA2. The differnence in pop comes down to the player. A hitter with higher swing speeds will probably see better pop with the 2013 Rawlings 5150. A hitter with average or below average swing speed will probably see better pop with the 2012 Rawlings 5150 VELO. The 2013 Rawlings 5150 also features the new endcap designed for improved durability.
Tyler
How is the weight balance of this bat? Is this bat recommended for power hitters or contact hitters? Is the bat like white white (like plane white) or is it more like a mix between gray and white? Also does this have good pop?
dave
The 2013 Rawlings 5150 Alloy BBCOR: BBCA2 is a balanced bat in my opinion and is not geared towards a specific type of hitter. It's a great option for an all-around hitter. It's a pearl white and has above average pop.
Tyler
Will Rawlings be releasing a 2013 5150 Velo?
Ytee
Yes, the 2013 Rawlings 5150 Velo is currently available for purchase. Here is a link to view that bat. http://www.justbats.com/product/2013-rawlings-velo-bbcor--bbvelo-adult/16338/
Tom
Will Rawlings be releasing a 2013 5150 Velo?
Ytee
Yes, Rawlings has released a 2013 5150 Velo in Youth, BBCOR and Senior League models.
Jeff
Does this bat have a lighter swing weight than the Marucci Team?
DCDCDC
The 2013 Rawlings 5150 Alloy BBCOR: BBCA2 Adult bat and the Marucci Team BBCOR: MCBT Adult bat will have similar feels. Both of them are One-Piece all Alloy designs with very balanced swing weights. The -3 drop will prove to be very easy to swing through the hitting zone of both models. The 5150 will feature the Precision Optimized Performance (pOp) and the Comp-Lite End Cap. While the Marucci Team will feature Marucci's Bulletproof Anti-Vibration Technology.
Brandon
So is this bat more balanced and does it have more pop compared with the older model?
dave
The 2013 Rawlings 5150 Alloy BBCOR is very balanced like the 2012 model and it uses upgraded materials for added performance and durability.
Nick
Would you recommend the 2013 rawlings 5150 or the original 5150 velo for a contact hitter that can often out some power behind it?
CavKyle
That depends on the player's strength and swing speed. If they have average to above average strength and swing speed, I would recommend the Rawlings 5150. If the player has below average strength and swings speed, I would recommend the Rawlings 5150 VELO.
Tyler
Is the Rawlings 5150 for a power hitter? If not what would be recommended?
hitdoctor
The 2013 Rawlings 5150 Alloy BBCOR bat is a one piece alloy which is best for a power hitter, so yes it would be a good bat for you. The Easton XL3 is an end loaded one-piece bat, which will be even better for power hitters than the 2013 Rawlings 5150 Alloy BBCOR bat.
Noah
I am 12 years old and I'm playing up so I need to use a 3 drop. Is this a good bat for me?
bro
The 2013 Rawlings 5150 Alloy BBCOR: BBCA2 Adult baseball bat is a good BBCOR bat that is a one-piece bat with a balanced swing weight. It would be a good bat for someone who needs a -3 bat.
Jeff
What would be better this or the rawlings velo im a power hitter ?
Dylan
The Rawlings Velo is going to be more suited for the power hitters. The Velo is designed to transfer the bat speed into power, creating more distance on your hits. Here is the link to learn more about the new 2013 Rawlings Velo BBCOR. http://www.justbats.com/product/2013-rawlings-velo-bbcor--bbvelo-adult/16338/
Derek
I'm a small contact hitter, would this be a good bat?
mvp
The 2013 Rawlings 5150 Alloy BBCOR: BBCA2 Adult would be a good option for a contact hitter. The swing weight is very balanced and it also has upgraded materials for added durability.
Aubrey
I'm a 5'11 140lb 15yr old contact and power hitter. Would you recommend the Rawlings 5150 Alloy bat or the Marucci Team bat?
babe ruth
Both bats are extremely high performing one-piece fully aluminum bats. The weight distribution on the Rawlings 5150 and the Marucci Team will be the same. Here is a link to further compare these two bats. http://www.justbats.com/compare/
Tom
I'm a 6'1", 190 lbs. power hitter. I would like to speed my bat up through the zone. Will I feel a difference in the 32.5" and the 33"?
Alec
Yes, you will be able to feel a difference in the swing weight of the 2013 Rawlings 5150 Alloy BBCOR: BBCA2 Adult bat. Even though we are talking about a 1/2 of an oz. it can be felt when swinging the 5150. If you are looking for more bat speed through the hitting zone this would be a great choice for your next bat. It is a One-Piece Alloy product that is Balanced in Swing Weight. It will feature a Comp-Lite End Cap. At your size I would say go ahead and swing the 33" 30oz. model and you will see improved bat speed and performance.
Brandon
How does the sweetspot and balance of this bat compare to that of the Rip It Prototype Air.
Josh
Both the 2013 Rawlings 5150 and Rip-It Prototype Air have similar sweetspots. The Prototype Air will be a little more balanced.
Tyler
My son is 13yrs old at 6'-1", 170 Lbs. with a bat speed of 78 MPH with Velocity drop 10. He will be playing 13U and middle school ball this year. What bat should he swing for a drop 3 for middle school ball? Thanks.
reds the name
The 2013 Rawlings 5150 Alloy BBCOR would be an excellent choice for a thirteen year old player. It is a very balanced bat with great pop.
Kara
Is there a difference in the sweet spot and swing weight between this and the old 5150 BBCOR?
Jim
Both the 2012 and 2013 Rawlings 5150 Alloy BBCOR are comparable in swing weight and the sweet spot. The 2013 model has a new Composite-Lite end cap.
Aubrey
What does the new Composite-Lite end cap do for the bat?
Timmy
The new Comp-Lite end cap works well with the Rawlings' proprietary Bi/fusion process to give the 2013 Rawlings 5150 Alloy BBCOR: BBCA2 more durability and more pop in one single, solitary unit.
Tyler
Is there any difference aside from paint between the 2012 and 2013 Rawlings 5150 and 5150 Velo?
Craig
Both the 2013 Rawlings 5150 Alloy BBCOR: BBCA2 Adult and the Rawlings VELO BBCOR: BBVELO Adult feature a new Composite-Lite end cap.
Aubrey
So what is the difference between the 2012 Rawlings 5150 BBCOR -3 bat, and the 2013 like model?
Dave
The only difference between the 2012 and 2013 Rawlings 5150 Alloy BBCOR bat is the 2013 has a Composite-lite end cap, which helps reduce vibration.
Noah
Which would be a better choice for a first BBCOR bat (Middle School) Rawlings 5150 or TPX Omaha BB136? My son is 5'3 and 100 lbs, and needs 30" 27oz bat.
Travett
The 2013 Rawlings 5150, and the 2013 Louisville Slugger TPX Omaha Balanced are both terrific performing bats. The 2013 Louisville Slugger TPX Omaha Balanced will probably be the better choice though, because it is the most balanced. Going with a really balanced bat for his first BBCOR bat is better, because it won't feel he is making as much of a jump in weight.
Noah
I am a college player, we have the option to choose the 2013 5150 or the 2013 Velo...What is a better bat in you option, which bat has more "pop"...
John
That depends on the hitter. A player with average or below average strength and swing speed will probably have more pop with the Velo due to it's lighter swing weight. A player with above average strength and swing speed will probably have more pop with the 5150.
Tyler
I am a thirteen year old middle school player. I am 5' 1" and about 120 lbs and was wondering if this bat or the Velo would be a better choice. I swing a pretty good bat speed and have above average BBS with drop 10 bats. But I'm worried that this bat might be too endloaded. I need to know if the COMP-lite endcap will take away the endloaded feel which I hate.
JPS
The 2013 Rawlings 5150 Alloy BBCOR: BBCA2 is not an end-loaded bat. If you have above average swing speed, the 5150 would be a great choice.
Noah
What size do you recommend for a 5'8", 155 lb freshman?
Anonymous
Based on the players height and weight, we recommend a 32" 29 oz. model in the 2013 Rawlings 5150 Alloy BBCOR: BBCA2 Adult bat.
Aubrey
I love bats with a loud ping, does this bat have a loud ping?
levi
You can listen to all of our bats by clicking on the audio icon in the top right corner of the product picture on each products main page.
Jeff
Can I use this bat in pony?
team red sox#11
According to current Pony League rules the 2013 Rawlings 5150 Alloy BBCOR: BBCA2 Adult baseball bat is legal for Pony League.
Jeff
What type of player is the 5150 best suited for?
John
The 2013 Rawlings 5150 Alloy BBCOR: BBCA2 is a great all-around bat and is not geared towards one specific type of hitter.
Tyler
For a 15 y/o 5'10/140lbs contact hitter with occasional power, would this bat be a good option or would the Velo be a better option?
Mr. October
The 5150 is best for a player with above average swing speed and power. The VELO is more balanced and better suited for a player with average or below average strength and swing speed.
Tyler
Are they coming out with a new bat for the spring or is this it?
matt
Unfortunately, we do not have an ETA yet for Rawlings' 2014 line of bats.
Tyler
What are the main differences between this bat and last year's 5150 model? Also, is it as balanced as last years? I have last years and just love the balance so I'm just wondering if the only thing different is the technology which is better or if they altered the balance so it handles differently as well.
Tim
The major differences between the new 2013 Rawlings 5150 Alloy BBCOR: BBCA2 Adult bat and the Rawlings 5150 Alloy BBCOR: BBCA Adult bat are the new 2013 Rawlings 5150 Alloy BBCOR: BBCA2 Adult bat features a lightweight end cap and has a more balanced swing weight. Rawlings has also attempted to improve the quality and durability of the material used in this bat.
Robert
I'm 5' 11" and 165lbs and I have a lot of bat speed. I was wondering if I should get a 32.5" or a 33"?
big mike
Given your size, I recommend going with the 2013 Rawlings 5150 Alloy BBCOR: BBCA2 Adult in the 33" model.
Marcus
Which bat is better 2013 Rawlings 5150 bbcor or the 2013 rip it prototype air bbcor
Nickname
Both the 2013 Rawlings 5150 BBCOR and the 2013 Rip It Prototype Air are high performing, balanced, alloy bats. One difference between the bats would be Rip It's "Love it, or return it" guarantee. You have 30 days to use the bat and decide if you want to keep it or return it to Rip It for a full refund.
Justin R.
I'm 5'4" and weigh 85 pounds. I'm 12 years old (I will be 13 when the season starts) and going into my first travel season and I will be playing on a 60/90 field. Would you recommend the 31.5" or 32" bat?
IanBold_AC_Strike
Based on your size, a 31.5" model of the 2013 Rawlings 5150 Alloy BBCOR: BBCA2 is recommended over the 32" model.
Tyler
I've seen the 2013 Rawlings 5150 bat and some say, "Custom Alloy" on the barrel. Others say "2013 5150 Alloy," what's the difference?
Walt
The 2013 Rawlings 5150 Alloy BBCOR: BBCA2 Adult bat features Rawlings 5150 Alloy. The other bat you are referring to is also made from the same 5150 Alloy material. They will act and perform the same.
Brandon
How does this bat compare to the Marucci Team BBCOR bat?
HOTSHOT
The 2013 Rawlings 5150 Alloy will be very comparable to the 2013 Marucci Team bat in performance, durability, and balance.
Noah
How does this compare to the new Rawlings Plasma for this year? And, is this really any different than the model from last year?
Henry
The 2013 Rawlings 5150 Alloy BBCOR will have a higher performing composite than the 2013 Rawlings Plasma. The 2013 Rawlings 5150 will be slightly more balanced than last years model because it has a composite light end cap.
Damon
My son is 4'8" and about 75 lbs. Should he go with the 30" or slightly larger?
Jim
For your son's size, I would actually recommend a 29" 2013 Rawlings 5150 Alloy BBCOR: BBCA2 Adult.
Kevin
I'm 6'1'' and 180 pounds. Should I get the 33" Rawlings 5150 BBCOR bat or the 33.5" Rawlings 5150 BBCOR bat?
Owen
I would recommend going with the 33" 30 oz. 2013 Rawlings 5150 Alloy BBCOR: BBCA2 Adult bat.
Marcus
Does this bat swing lighter compared to last years' model?
dalebomba
The 2013 Rawlings 5150 Alloy BBCOR: BBCA2 Adult features a composite end cap for a lighter swing weight.
Kara
Will this bat be more like the old Rawlings 5150 or the new Rawlings VELO BBCOR? I have it with the VELO and it's too stiff and pingy for my liking.
Caleb
The 2013 Rawlings 5150 Alloy BBCOR: BBCA2 Adult will be more similar in feel and balance to the Rawlings 5150 VELO BBCOR.
Kara
Im a 5'5" 120 pound kid who used last years 5150 in a 32" 29 oz. As a contact hitter, would you recommend I use a new bat in a 31", 31.5", or 32"?
Huskies baseball
The 2013 Rawlings 5150 Alloy BBCOR: BBCA2 Adult will feel slightly end loaded. I would use it in a 31" 28 oz. if you need the BBCOR size.
Brandon
Is the Rawlings 5150 good for power hitters? If so what size should I get? I'm 5'7 165 lbs in the 7th grade.
Cole5
Based on your height and weight we recommend a 32" 29 oz. 2013 Rawlings 5150 Alloy BBCOR: BBCA2 Adult.
Kara
I'm a freshman, 6'1" and 140 lbs. with bat speed and power. What bat do you recommend?
jose.altreche98
The 2013 Rawlings 5150 Alloy BBCOR: BBCA2 Adult would be a good choice, for your height and weight we recommend a 32" model.
Aubrey
Which is more balanced and which one has more pop? The Rawlings 5150, the Tawlings Velo, the Lousiville Slugger Attack, the Louisville Exogrid 3, or the Louisville Omaha?
patrick
All the bats you have been looking at are very balanced models. The Louisville Slugger Attack has the best reviews and it's flex band technology makes for a really low swing weight. Some people say it really does not even feel like a drop 3 at all.
Chad M.
What is the difference between the 2012 and 2013 models?
Patrick
The 2013 Rawlings 5150 Alloy BBCOR: BBCA2 Adult bat added the Composite-Lite end cap, giving the bat a better balance and air flow for a faster swing.
Kevin
Does the 2013 model have more pop than the 2012 model?
Patrick
The 2013 Rawlings 5150 Alloy BBCOR: BBCA2 Adult will have similar performance to the 2012 5150 as they are both BBCOR certified. The BBCA2 features the Comp-Lite end cap and is lighter-swinging.
Mac
I've heard that the BBCOR standard will add some juice back into the bats for 2014. I've heard that they plan to add about 11 mph to the new bats. Is this fact or fiction?
brady
We have yet to hear any adjustments to 2013 Rawlings 5150 Alloy BBCOR: BBCA2 Adult or BBCOR Certification as a whole. As of now I would assume they will stay the same.
Brandon
What does call for special pricing mean?
bbcor
That means if you call us at 1-866-321-2287 we can let you what the discounted price of the 2013 Rawlings 5150 Alloy BBCOR: BBCA2 is.
Tyler
Is this bat end loaded or balanced?
hernandfam95
The 2013 Rawlings 5150 Alloy BBCOR is a very balanced bat.
Justin R.
How does this compare to the 2014 DeMarini Vexxum BBCOR, in terms of pop, balance, etc.
MS
The 2013 Rawlings 5150 Alloy BBCOR: BBCA2 Adult will be very similar in balance and pop but the 2014 DeMarini Vexxum NVS will feel lighter when you swing it.
Chad M.
Last years 5150 bbcor said alloy this years 5150 says custom alloy. So what does that mean and how are the bats different?
paco
The 2013 Rawlings 5150 Alloy BBCOR: BBCA2 Adult uses 5150 Alloy. It has a composite end cap for a lighter swing weight than the 2012 Rawlings 5150.
Kara
I am 5' 5" and 118 lbs. What size BBCOR 5150 would be the best fit for me? I play high school and competitive baseball.
Bothmann02
The 2013 Rawlings 5150 Alloy BBCOR: BBCA2 Adult in a 30" 27 oz. would be the recommend size for you, based on your height and weight.
Katie
Is this a good bat for a varsity baseball player to use in highly competitive games during the summer, like Legion ball?
BB13
The 2013 Rawlings 5150 Alloy BBCOR: BBCA2 Adult is a great bat and would be perfect for a varsity high school player.
Noah
Can you explain in detail what MOI is?
ryryry
MOI, on the 2013 Rawlings 5150 Alloy BBCOR: BBCA2 Adult bat stands for Moment of Inertia. This is how bats can be rated on swing speed and balance. The lower the MOI means the lighter the bat will feel during its swing.
Brandon
My son is almost 15, 6' and weighs about 125 lbs. He's good contact hitter. Is the 5150 a good bat for him?
DJTEX
Based on his height and weight, we recommend a 32" model in the 2013 Rawlings 5150 Alloy BBCOR: BBCA2 Adult bat. It would be a great option for a contact hitter as it features a light and balanced swing weight.
Aubrey
Which bat is more balanced, the 2013 5150 or the 2013 Velo?
hernandez55
The 2013 Rawlings Velo will be more balanced than the 2013 Rawlings 5150 Alloy BBCOR: BBCA2 Adult.
Noah
Is the regular 5150 or the 5150 Velo better? Which is better for a power hitter?
justin44444444
The 2013 Rawlings 5150 Alloy BBCOR: BBCA2 Adult will be better for a power hitter, because it is not as balanced as the Velo. Both bats will be very similar in performance.
Noah
Is this bat more balanced than the Rawlings Plasma?
clean up
The 2013 Rawlings 5150 Alloy BBCOR: BBCA2 Adult and Rawlings Plasma will be almost identical in balance.
Noah
Does the VELO and the 5150 have the same grip?
Andrew
Yes, the 2013 Rawlings 5150 Alloy BBCOR: BBCA2 Adult and the VELO have the same grip.
Noah
I'm looking for a bat that is just like the Rawlings Plasma but is a little more balanced, would the Rawlings Velo be a good choice?
Ben
Yes, the 2013 Rawlings 5150 Alloy BBCOR: BBCA2 Adult bat features a very light and balanced swing weight and is a one-piece alloy design comparable to the Rawlings Plasma.
Aubrey
Is this bat USSSA approved?
Joy
The 2013 Rawlings 5150 Alloy has the BBCOR certification for high school and college play.
Damon
When will Rawlings come out with their 2014 line of bats?
aaa
Rawlings is expected to release their new line October 15th, 2013.
Kara
When will the 2014 model come out?
Patrick
The 2014 Rawlings 5150 is scheduled to be released October 15, 2013.
Kara
Does it sting very badly? Because I've used the Rawlings Machine bat, and it stung very badly.
Ball1001
The 2013 Rawlings 5150 Alloy BBCOR: BBCA2 is a one-piece alloy design, so it does not offer much protection to the player's hands against sting. However, only 1 of the 29 reviews mentions issues with vibration.
Mac
Should I get this, RIP-IT Air, or Marucci Black 2? Which has the biggest barrel?
j
The 2013 Rawlings 5150 Alloy BBCOR: BBCA2 Adult, RIP-IT Air and Marucci Black 2 are all balanced bats. The Marucci Black 2 is a two-piece bat and would be better for a contact hitter. It has also has an extended barrel.
Kara
Does this bat require a break-in period?
john
The 2013 Rawlings 5150 Alloy BBCOR: BBCA2 Adult bat is a one-piece alloy design and does not require a break-in period. It is hot right out of the wrapper.
Mac
What has a longer sweet spot this, the Velo, or Omaha Balanced?
cman
The 2013 Rawlings 5150 Alloy BBCOR: BBCA2 Adult, the Rawlings Velo and the Louisville Slugger Omaha Balanced will all have similar sweet spots. You can't go wrong with any of the three bats.
Kara
Does this bat or the Velo have a bigger sweet spot?
Connor
The 2013 Rawlings 5150 Alloy BBCOR: BBCA2 Adult and the Rawlings Velo have a similar sweet spot.
Kara
Would this or the VELO be better for a 13 year old kid of small stature?
davis
The 2013 Rawlings VELO BBCOR: BBVELO Adult is more balanced than the 2013 Rawlings 5150 Alloy BBCOR: BBCA2 Adult and will be better suited for a smaller player.
Kara
If I am mostly a contact hitter with a little power, would you recommend to get this or what other bats would you recommend?
baseball15
The 2013 Rawlings 5150 Alloy BBCOR: BBCA2 Adult would be a great choice for a contact hitter who hits for power too. The bat is balanced, which is usually preferred by a contact hitter, but it is a one-piece bat, so it is going to offer a stiffer feel than a two-piece bat.
Noah
I'm 5'8" and 160 lbs. with good bat speed. So should I get a 32" or 33" model?
Bailey
Based on your height and weight, we recommend a 33" model in the 2013 Rawlings 5150 Alloy BBCOR: BBCA2 Adult bat. For further information on sizing, please visit our Bat Coach at http://www.justbats.com/bat-coach/
Aubrey
I'm 5'9 140 lbs. Should I get a 32" or 33" inch model?
baseballjunkie10
Based on your height and weight we recommend a 32" 2013 Rawlings 5150 Alloy BBCOR: BBCA2 Adult.
Kara
I'm 5'1 105 lbs. What size should I get?
hrhitter
Based on your height and weight we recommend a 30" 27 oz. 2013 Rawlings 5150 Alloy BBCOR: BBCA2 Adult.
Kara
I'm 5'11" and 160 lbs., should I use a 33" or 34"?
Busby
Based on your height and weight, we recommend a 33" model in the 2013 Rawlings 5150 Alloy BBCOR: BBCA2 Adult bat. For further information on sizing, please visit our Bat Coach at http://www.justbats.com/bat-coach/
Aubrey
I don't like an end loaded bat, and I am a contact hitter. Would you recommend the Easton S3 Power Brigade or this bat?
Aidan
I would recommend both bats for a contact hitter looking for a balanced model. The 2013 Rawlings 5150 Alloy BBCOR: BBCA2 Adult and Easton S3 are both very balanced, one-piece alloys.
Mac
I'm a power hitter entering High School. I'm 5'10" and 200 lbs. I'm wanting to know, should I get this bat, or the DeMarini Voodoo? What about one of the Easton XL bats? I'm in a pickle with this, they all seem good.
Wicksey101
The DeMarini Voodoo or the Easton XL would be more suited for you as they are both end loaded models designed for a power hitter. The Rawlings 5150 Alloy BBCOR is a great balanced bat designed for a contact hitter.
Damon
I'm 5' 2", 120? Which size should I get?
jacett
Based on results from our Bat Coach (http://www.justbats.com/bat-coach/), we recommend a 30-31 inch model of the 2013 Rawlings 5150 Alloy BBCOR: BBCA2 Adult.
Mac
Which bat is better for a contact hitter? The 2013 Rawlings 5150 Alloy BBCOR or Rip-It Prototype Air?
worldbaseball
Both the 2013 Rawlings 5150 Alloy BBCOR and the Rip-It prototype Air are balanced bats designed for contact hitters.
Damon
I am a power hitter. Would this or the Omaha Balanced be a better choice for me?
wwe fanatic
The 2013 Rawlings 5150 Alloy BBCOR: BBCA2 Adult and the 2013 Louisville Slugger TPX Omaha Balanced BBCOR: BB136 Adult are designed for a power hitter. They are one-piece alloy bats. They both use top of the line alloy and will be high performing and durable.
Kara
I'm 5'7" 125 lbs, what size would be good for me?
thatbaseballplayer
Based on your height and weight we recommend a 31" to a 32" 2013 Rawlings 5150 Alloy BBCOR: BBCA2 Adult.
Kara
I am 5'11 and 190lb. What size would you recommend?
bombSquad
Based on your height and weight we recommend a 33" 30 oz. 2013 Rawlings 5150 Alloy BBCOR: BBCA2 Adult.
Kara
I'm 5' 10-5'11, 175 pounds, and a contact hitter. I love hitting bloopers in the outfield and getting singles and driving in runs. I hate top heavy bats and I know there's not just one, but which bats would you recommend?
cg4
The 2013 Rawlings Velo, 2014 DeMarini Vexxum, and the Easton S1 are all going to be a very balanced bats, which will be great for a contact hitter like yourself.
Noah
I am 6' 1", 210 lbs, and a power hitter. Would you recommend this bat to me, and if so, what size?
spartan4life
The 2013 Rawlings 5150 Alloy BBCOR: BBCA2 Adult is a very balanced model with a stiff flex provided by its one-piece alloy design. Power hitters typically benefit more from using a bat with a stiff flex as it transfers the energy they generate more efficiently during contact. Based on your height and weight, we would recommend a 33" or 34" model. Choosing between the two is totally dependent on your personal preference.
Mac
I am going to be a freshman in High School. I am a power hitter. Do you suggest the Easton XL1, XL2, or Rawlings 5150?
Sammy Baseball
If you are a power hitter the Easton XL1 will be the highest performing model as it is a two-piece composite bat and end loaded for power hitters.
Damon
Can I use it in high school?
z
Yes. The 2013 Rawlings 5150 is BBCOR certified for high school play.
Damon
Are you able to use the Rawlings 5150 in college baseball?
BHuggie
Yes, the Rawlings 5150 Alloy is BBCOR certified.
Damon
I'm 5' 1", 80 lbs, and a contact hitter. Should I get this or the RIP-IT Air, also which bat is more balanced?
blue
The 2013 Rawlings 5150 Alloy BBCOR: BBCA2 Adult and the RIP-IT Air are going to be very similar in performance, so I do not have a recommendation for one over the other. The RIP-IT Air will have a slightly more balanced feel.
Noah
I am 5' 8", 130 pounds, and I am entering my first year of high school. I swung a Marucci Cat 5 32" 27 oz. this season. I need to move to a -3. Would this be a good bat for me in 32 length?
benny
Yes, the 2013 Rawlings 5150 Alloy BBCOR: BBCA2 Adult is also a one-piece, balanced, all aluminum bat. They will have very similar feels and the the 32" will be fine for your first BBCOR.
Noah
What is better for power hitters who still want a balanced bat the XL1, XL2, or 5150?
Sammy Baseball
The 2013 Rawlings 5150 Alloy BBCOR: BBCA2 Adult can be used for a power hitter. Its a balanced bat compared to the Easton XL1 and Easton XL2.
Kara
I'm going to be a freshman in high school. I'm 6' and 160 lbs., what size bat should I use? I'm a power hitter, is the Omaha Balanced or the 5150 better for me?
Baseball17
Based on your height and weight, we recommend a 33" adult BBCOR model. The 2013 Rawlings 5150 Alloy BBCOR: BBCA2 Adult and Louisville Slugger Omaha balanced are both one-piece alloy models with balanced swing weights
Aubrey
I'm entering high school. I'm 5'4" and 100 lbs. I hit for contact not power. What bat would be best for me?
D-fence
At your height and weight the 29" bat length would be recommended. The 2013 Rawlings 5150 Alloy BBCOR: BBCA2 Adult bat would be a good choice but the 2013 Easton S3 BBCOR: BB13S3 Adult bat would swing slightly lighter in the 29" size.
Brandon
I am going to high school and I am 5'8" 135. What size would you recommend?
thecatcher12
Our charts would recommend a 31" for a player with your height and weight. Take a look at our Bat Coach to help on sizing options. http://www.justbats.com/bat-coach/
John
I am 13, 5'8" and 140 lbs. I used a Easton 33" 30 oz. XL3. I like the 5150, should I go with a 32" or 33" based on height and weight?
Curly fries
Based on your height and weight, we recommend a 33" model in the 2013 Rawlings 5150 Alloy BBCOR: BBCA2 Adult bat. For further information on sizing, please visit our Bat Coach at http://www.justbats.com/bat-coach/
Aubrey
Is it an approved bat by the USSSA?
James
The 2013 Rawlings 5150 BBCOR is a BBCOR certified bat for high school and college play.
Damon
Velo or 5150?
baseball player 76
The 2013 Rawlings 5150 Alloy BBCOR: BBCA2 Adult bat is a very popular model. The one-piece fully alloy design will provide a balanced yet stiffer feel. This is a good bat for a power or a gap hitter. The Velo will be the same design, but with an even lighter swing weight.
Brandon
Hello, I am 13 years old, 5'7" and 120 lbs. I currently use a 32" 27 oz. bat but next year I have to use a -3 bat for high school. Would you recommend this bat for me, and if so, what size?
alex the great
At your height and weight the 2013 Rawlings 5150 Alloy BBCOR: BBCA2 Adult bat would be recommended in the 31" 28 oz. size.
Brandon
I'm 14 and weigh around 130. What size and weight bat should I get?
jonnykellogg
try using our bat coach in the link provided. It is a great tool to help get you sized up perfectly for the 2013 Rawlings 5150 Alloy BBCOR: BBCA2 Adult. http://www.justbats.com/bat-coach/
Noah
Which has more pop, the 5150 or the Marucci Team BBCOR?
baseball2525
The 2013 Rawlings 5150 Alloy BBCOR: BBCA2 Adult and the Marucci Team BBCOR: MCBT use top of the line alloy materials for outstanding performance and durability. You can't go wrong with either bat.
Kara
How does the 5150 compare to the RX4?
jjbaseball
The 2013 Rawlings 5150 Alloy BBCOR: BBCA2 Adult bat would be a great selection, although the new 2014 RX4 alloy will swing lighter and feel more responsive.
Brandon
Which bat is more end loaded the Rawlings Velo or 5150?
awnserthisquestion
The Rawlings Velo will be a little more balanced than the 5150 model.
John
Does the 2013 Rawlings 5150 alloy BBCOR: BBCA2 Adult bat swing top heavy or does it swing evenly?
dkmarler0512
The 2013 Rawlings 5150 Alloy BBCOR is a balanced bat with an even swing weight.
Damon
Would you suggest this or the S1 for a balanced contact hitter who needs bat speed?
tann
The 2013 Rawlings 5150 Alloy BBCOR: BBCA2 Adult bat is a one-piece alloy model where the Easton S1 is a two-piece fully composite model. Both are great balanced options, great for a contact hitter.
Aubrey
How does this compare with the EXOgrid 3? I'm 6' 180 lbs. What bat length should I be swinging?
Hunter
The 2013 Rawlings 5150 Alloy BBCOR: BBCA2 Adult bat would have a similar swing feel to the Exogrid 3. The 5150 will be a one-piece design, while the Exogrid 3 is considered a two-piece design. The Exogrid 3 will have a composite handle piece to eliminate more vibration. Both are great BBCOR options.
Brandon
I'm 6' 180 lbs. What length should I be swinging?
hunter
The best size for you for the 2013 Rawlings 5150 Alloy BBCOR: BBCA2 Adult bat would be the 33" 30 oz.
Brandon
I'm 5'9 and weigh 150, what is a length/ size for me?
Miggs
For your height and weight, we would recommend a length of 32 inches. For more information on sizing you can visit our Bat Coach athttp://www.justbats.com/bat-coach/
Tori
I'm 5'4 & 170 lbs what should I be swinging?
Blake Murphy
For a player with your height and weight we would recommend a 31" model.
John
I also have another question. I just ordered this bat last night & I didn't get a warranty on it. If anything goes wrong with it could I send it back so it can be fixed or get a new one? Just wondering! Also, very fast shipping. I got it this morning!
Blake Murphy
The 2013 Rawlings 5150 Alloy BBCOR: BBCA2 Adult comes with a one year warranty through the manufacturer. It is not necessary to purchase a warranty. If you purchased the 2013 Rawlings 5150 Alloy BBCOR: BBCA2 Adult Demo bat, there is only a two week warranty.
Kara
If you already purchased this bat, can you send it back in with the receipt & get a size bigger?
Blake Murphy
Once a bat has been used, we are unable to take it back for a refund or exchange. However, if it remains in new and unused condition, it can be returned within any time frame for a full refund or exchange.
John H
I am 5'1" and 85 pounds. What size should I get?
Tay
Based on your height and weight you should get a 29" in the 2013 Rawlings 5150 Alloy BBCOR: BBCA2 Adult.
Jason
I'm 5'7, 140 pounds , and 14 years old. What size should I get?
baseball king
Based on your height and weight, we would recommend a 32'' bat.
Tori
I'm 4'9" and weigh 113 lbs. What size bat should I get?
pappy
Based on your height and weight, we would recommend a 30'' bat.
Tori
I am 5'8", 123 lbs. What size bat should I get? I also have really quick hands.
L.A
A 31" 28 oz. 2013 Rawlings 5150 Alloy BBCOR: BBCA2 Adult bat would be recommended.
Brandon
im 5"3 what would be a better fit for a contact hitter the easton s1 or this model of the rawlings 5150 im 90 lbs and need a light balanced bbcor
yanner
Typically contact hitters will like the two-piece feel of the 2014 Easton S1 BBCOR: BB14S1 Adult. The 2013 Rawlings 5150 Alloy BBCOR: BBCA2 Adult is a one-piece alloy and is preferred by power hitters.
Jason
Are there any differences, other than aesthetic changes,between the 2013 5150 alloy and the 2014 alloy?
COACH D.
The 2013 Rawlings 5150 Alloy BBCOR: BBCA2 Adult and the 2014 model use the same technology and materials.
Aubrey
I am 6'1 and weigh 180 and I'm a balanced hitter, but I tend to go more for power. What would you recommend?
Lefty
The 2013 Rawlings 5150 Alloy BBCOR: BBCA2 Adult would be a great option. The one-piece design is ideal for a power hitter, but it also has a very balanced feel.
Kara
I am 5'9" and 128 lbs. Would the 2013 Rawlings 5150 Alloy BBCOR Adult bat be effective for me at a size of 31'' and 28 oz.?
Bejoe42
Yes, the 2013 Rawlings 5150 Alloy BBCOR: BBCA2 Adult bat would be great for you in a 31". Also, a 32" 29 oz. wouldn't be out of the question either.
Brandon
What are the qualities of the bats in one-piece and the two-piece designs? Which of the two are recommended for harder swing speeds and less vibration? My son is 5'10" and weighs 150 lbs. He is a power hitter.
arlyn
A one-piece design, like the 2013 Rawlings 5150 Alloy BBCOR: BBCA2 Adult, will be stiffer and better suited for a power hitter. A two-piece bat will offer more flex and help to increase swing speed. Two-piece bats are better suited for contact hitters.
Tori
Hi my son is 6'2" and weighs 150. He wants 33" 30 oz., too big?
michelle
Based on his height and weight we recommend a 33" 30 oz. 2013 Rawlings 5150 Alloy BBCOR: BBCA2 Adult.
Kara
My son is 5' 8" and 110 lbs. I'm struggling with what size bat to purchase.
larry
Based on our Bat Coach Sizing Tool, a 30" or 31" model. This 2013 Rawlings 5150 Alloy BBCOR: BBCA2 Adult was produced in a 30" model, but we are currently out of stock. The balanced swing weight of the 5150 would also be a good choice for a player his size because that design makes the bat easier to swing than others.
Mac
Bat size for the 5150 and the 2013 VELO? He is 6'3" and about 135 lbs.. Tall and skinny, but quick hands.
Stork
Based on his height and weight we recommend a 33" 30 oz. bat 2013 Rawlings 5150 Alloy BBCOR: BBCA2 Adult.
Kara
What would one identify as the major differences between the 2013 Rawlings 5150 Alloy BBCOR: BBCA2 Adult and 2013 Rawlings VELO BBCOR: BBVELO Adult?
Mr. Yam
The 2013 Rawlings VELO BBCOR: BBVELO Adult is more balanced than the 2013 Rawlings 5150 Alloy BBCOR: BBCA2 Adult.
Damon
I'm 6'0 and 155 lbs. I have extra base power and hits lots of line drives. I'm looking at this bat and the 2013 Rawlings VELO BBCOR: BBVELO. I am wondering which would be better and how different the two bats are?
a2z10
Both the 2013 Rawlings 5150 Alloy BBCOR: BBCA2 Adult and the 2013 Rawlings VELO BBCOR: BBVELO Adult are great bats and good for contact hitters. The Rawlings VELO will be more balanced than the Rawlings 5150 allowing for more bat control.
Damon
I am 5' 10" and 155 lbs. Is a 31" 28 oz. model too small for me?
Michael Jordan
I recommend the 2013 Rawlings 5150 Alloy BBCOR: BBCA2 Adult in a 32", based on your height and weight.
Katie
I am 5'7". Is a 31/28 a correct size for me?
Gray
The 2013 Rawlings 5150 Alloy BBCOR: BBCA2 Adult is a high performing, balanced BBCOR model. It is possible that the 31" may be the best for you. Selecting the right size is dependent on several other factors other than just your height, such as your age, weight, strength, and individual preferences.
Justin R.
Will you guys be selling this bat in the 2 Pack Bat Pack again? If so, when will that option be available?
Joe Banner
Unfortunately, we're not able to estimate which bats will become Bat Pack options or when they may appear on the site. You can currently get the 2012 5150 in the 2-Pack option: http://goo.gl/LnkcCT
Mac
I am 6'1" and 217 pounds. What size bat do you suggest? I am a freshman in high school as well.
Emilio
Based on your height and weight, we would recommend getting the 2013 Rawlings 5150 Alloy BBCOR (BBCA2) in 33''. For more information on sizing please visit our Bat Coach at http://www.justbats.com/bat-coach/.
Tori
I am 6 foot 178 pounds what size is right for me? I'm a freshman
caleb
Based on your height and weight, we recommend a 33" 2013 Rawlings 5150 Alloy (BBCA2). For more information on sizing, check out our Bat Coach: http://www.justbats.com/bat-coach/.
Tessa L.
I am 14 and 5'9" and weigh 170 pounds. I struggle with hitting with power. What bat should i get?
djscrib5
Based on your height and weight, we recommend a 32" Rawlings 5150 Alloy BBCOR (BBCA2). The 5150 has a balanced swing weight, which is great for a contact hitter. The one-piece fully alloy design will be beneficial since it will provide little flex and a stiffer overall feel, which power hitters tend to favor. This would be a great option.
Tessa L.
I am 13 and 5'2" and weigh 135, is this a good bat to get?
bam06
The Rawlings 5150 Alloy BBCOR (BBCA2) Adult would definitely be a good choice for you. The One-Piece alloy design is going to make it feel as light as possible in your hands and has a balanced swing. We suggest using a 31" at your size but depending how comfortable you are swinging a -3 you could use a 32".
Aaron
How does this bat compare to the Marucci Team MCBT Black? I'm 5'11 and 170lbs and hit for contact.
Evatt
Both the Marucci Team BBCOR (MCBT) Black Adult and the Rawlings 5150 Alloy BBCOR (BBCA2) Adult are well balanced on-piece alloy bats for contact hitters. They will both have similar swing weights.
Damon
I'm 5'11" and about 187 lbs. Not sure what size of bat I need? Thinking either a 32" or 33"?
Benny
The Rawlings 5150 Alloy BBCOR: BBCA2 Adult would be best recommended in a 33" at your size. The 32" 29 oz. would help get you faster bat speeds if that is needed.
Brandon
What size should I be swinging? I'm 5'6" and about 121 pounds.
tooth fairy
Based on your height and weight we recommend a 31" Rawlings 5150 Alloy BBCOR (BBCA2).
Kara
What do you think of the DeMarini Vexxum 2013 bat reviews? They were really bad other places.
djscribby5
All of the feedback and customer reviews that we've received on the 2013 DeMarini Vexxum BBCOR (DXVNC) have been positive. The Vexxum has been a very popular bat and I would have no problem recommending it to any player who likes a two-piece hybrid bat with a composite handle and alloy barrel.
Derek
Is there a 30/27 bat available for purchase?
Nate
Unfortunately, we are out of stock on the 30/27 Rawlings 5150 Alloy BBCOR (BBCA2). Because the 5150 BBCA2 has been discontinued, we will not be able to get anymore in stock.
John H
hows this bat compared to the s3 easton
cccccc
Both the Rawlings 5150 Alloy BBCOR (BBCA2) Adult and the 2014 Easton S3 BBCOR (BB14S3) Adult are 1 piece full alloy and have balanced swing weights.
Aaron
How does this bat compare to the 2013 Rawlings VELO BBCOR and the 2014 Rawlings 5150 BBCOR?
hjk
The Rawlings 5150 Alloy BBCOR (BBCA2 Adult) will be very similar to the 2014 model, the main difference will be the updated graphic design. The VELO will have a special composite end cap that helps reduce swing speeds and increase performance.
Justin R.
BBCA VS BBCA2?? Any differences besides appearance between the models?
cw1
The Rawlings 5150 Alloy BBCOR: BBCA Adult and Rawlings 5150 Alloy BBCOR: BBCA2 Adult are both going to be a one-piece alloy design. The Rawlings 5150 Alloy BBCOR: BBCA2 Adult is going to be a little bit more balanced. Otherwise, they are both going to be extremely similar, and the cosmetic change is going to be one of the major differences.
Merritt
Why would you need a bat pack? Why 2 different bats?
Whaleman
Bat packs are something special that our company offers. These are special deals for our customers that are put together by our product team. By having two bats it gives you more flexibility and choice at a lower price. If you are looking for a practice bat, and a game bat, these bats are offered as two for the price of one. It is also good to have a back up bat in case something happens to your game bat. These are generally why some customers decide to buy a bat pack, but that decision will also be different depending on the customer.
Merritt
I play high school baseball in the spring in Wisconsin so it is pretty cold when we play. Would the cold weather affect this bats durability?
Mac
Generally, we do not recommend using/storing bats in temperatures below 55 degrees. It is also important to keep in mind balls being thrown in cold weather will be denser.This could potentially dent the bat and cause harm to the barrel. You can use bats in colder weather, just know that the risk for a defect will increase.
Merritt
Is it a big barrel?
coco
The Rawlings 5150 Alloy BBCOR (BBCA2) Adult is a big barrel and it features a 2 5/8" barrel diameter.
Jason
I'm 5'7" around 150 lbs. What size is recommended for me?
john
Based on your height and weight we recommend a 32" Rawlings 5150 Alloy BBCOR (BBCA2).
Kara
My son is 6'0 and weighs around 170 what weight and length of bat should he be using
Brent
Based on the players height and weight approximations, the length that we would suggest would be 33 inches.
Merritt
My son is 6 feet tall and weighs around 265 pounds. What length bat should he be using?
None
Based on your sons height and weight, we would suggest the 33 inch size of the Rawlings 5150 Alloy BBCOR (BBCA2) bat.
Patrick
How long should this bat last me?
StormBBall
It is tough to say how long any bat, including the Rawlings 5150 Alloy BBCOR (BBCA2), will last. With proper bat care (including not using it in temperatures below 60 degrees, regulating the bat to single player use, and not using it with the yellow dimpled cage balls) the bat should last at least a season, if not longer. It is also covered under a 12 Month Manufacturer warranty.
Tessa L.
What size do you recommend for someone who is 5'9" and 187 lbs.?
hop
Our bat coach recommends a 33 inch bat based on your height and weight.
Bobby
my son is starting freshman baseball next week and this bat has lots of good reviews. is this a good bat to start HS baseball with and what size bat do you recommend for him. he is 5' 5" and 125 lbs
speedy
The Rawlings 5150 Alloy BBCOR: BBCA2 Adult will be a great bat for a high school player. I would suggest a 30 inch 27 Oz bat for your son.
Jackson
What are the differences between the Rawlings 5150 BBCOR 2013 and the Rawlings 5150 BBCOR 2014? Is it worth it to pay $100 more dollars for the 2014?
kukeding
The Rawlings 5150 Alloy BBCOR (BBCA2 Adult) and the 2014 version will perform very similarly. Both bats will feature the same 5150 Alloy material. The swing weights will feel the same also. No matter which version you pick up, you will get outstanding performance and durability.
Brandon
Can we get same bat in red with white trim?
Tom
No, unfortunately the Rawlings 5150 Alloy BBCOR (BBCA2) Adult only comes in the color that you see on the website.
Aaron
I'm 13 years old and stand 5'11" and weigh 220 pounds. What size of this bat should I use? We use Babe Ruth rules.
Baseball1
At your size I would suggest you swing a 33/30 in the Rawlings 5150 Alloy BBCOR (BBCA2) Adult.
Aaron
I am 14 years old, 5'10" and I weigh 180 pounds. What size bat should I use?
Big boy 17
For a player this size using a BBCOR certified bat, we typically suggest a length of 33 inches. You may also drop to a 32" if you felt as if a 33" 30oz. would be too heavy.
Gary T.
Is there a difference between this model and the newer 5150?
Brad
The Rawlings 5150 Alloy BBCOR (BBCA2) features the same materials and design as the newer 5150. The newer model will feature Rawlings' updated graphics.
Justin R.
I am 14 years old and I am 5 foot 8" and weigh 135 pounds. What size 5150 should I buy?
Joey4
Based on your height and weight, we would recommend the 32 inch size of the Rawlings 5150 Alloy BBCOR (BBCA2) Adult. If the bat were available in the 31 inch length, that would be the more suggested fit but the 32 inch should work well also.
Patrick
I am 13 years old, 5 foot 7" and weigh 120 pounds and I was wondering if I was to buy this bat what size should I get?
Seanny B
For someone of your size we would recommend a 30" bat, although you could go up or down 1" depending on several other factors such as if you like to choke up or not, how far you stand from the plate in the batter's box, etc.
Kyle J.
Do u prefer the 5150 BBCOR or the Voodoo OVERLORD -3 BBCOR?
Baseball
The Rawlings 5150 Alloy BBCOR (BBCA2) and the 2014 DeMarini Voodoo OVERLORD BBCOR (DXVDC) are both nice options. They are hard to compare because they are so different. The OVERLORD is a two-piece hybrid design with a composite handle and an alloy barrel. The 5150 is a one-piece alloy design. The preference for one over the other would come down to which style you prefer. Both are great options.
Patrick
Is the Rawlings 5150 hot out the wrapper or does it require a break in period?
jessie
The Rawlings 5150 Alloy BBCOR: BBCA2 does not require a break in period as it is an all alloy bat, which makes it hot right out of the wrapper.
Kyle J.
I'm a 15 year old. I'm 5'10" and 140 lbs. Should I get 2013 Rawlings 5150 or 2013 Rawlings Velo?
logant25
Based on the information you gave I would suggest a 32" in the Rawlings VELO (BBVELO).
Zach
What year is this bat?
tank is the best
The Rawlings 5150 Alloy (BBCA2) is last year's (2013) model.
John H
What size bat do I need? I weigh 110 and I'm 5'10'.
thunder
Based on the information you gave I recommend a 31" length. In the Rawlings 5150 (BBCA2) I recommend a 32" since we do not have a 31" in that bat.
Zach
I am 5'6" 115 lbs and a contact hitter. I play 14u. I am also deciding between the DeMarini M2M and the Rawlings 5150. Which one do you think I should get?
baseballfanatic42
Based on your height and weight, we suggest a 32" model. The Rawlings 5150 Alloy BBCOR (BBCA2) has a very balanced swing weight and is ideal for contact hitters.
Jason
Which bat should i get: 2014 DeMarini Vexxum NVS BBCOR: DXVXC or the Rawlings 5150 alloy BBCOR BBCA2? Which one is better overall?
Rushi Mandalaywala
If you are more of a power hitter, I would recommend the Rawlings 5150 Alloy (BBCA2) since it is a one-piece design that is usually preferred by power hitters. If you are more of a contact hitter, I would suggest the DeMarini Vexxum NVS (DXVXC). The Vexxum is a two-piece design that is a better choice for contact hitters.
Kelby
I am 14 about 5'8 to 5'9 and about 155 pounds. What size Rawlings 5150 BBCOR should I use?
jim
Based on the information you provided, I recommend a 32" 29 oz. in the Rawlings 5150 (BBCA2).
Zach
What is the difference in the 5150 alloy and the alloy in the 2014 Rawlings Plasma?
Thorn_22
The 5150 alloy that is used in the Rawlings 5150 Alloy BBCOR (BBCA2) is a higher grade of alloy. It provides better performance and durability.
Kara
Should I go with this, or with the newest model of it? Which has better performance? Also, what balanced bats would you recommend to a 13 year old contact hitter looking for balance?
tanner
The Rawlings 5150 Alloy BBCOR (BBCA2) will be designed and made from the same material as the newest model. It should hit very much the same and provide the same performance. Some other good balanced options for a player your age would be these: Rawlings VELO BBCOR (BBVELO), 2014 DeMarini Vexxum NVS BBCOR (DXVXC), and the 2014 RIP-IT BBCOR AIR Elite (B1403E).
Brandon
Where is the 31 inch?
tan
We have sold out of the Rawlings 5150 Alloy (BBCA2) model in a 31". This model has been discontinued so we will not be restocking it. We have the 31" available in the 2014 model of the 5150. Here is the link: http://www.justbats.com/product/2014-rawlings-5150-alloy-bbcor--bb513/18660/
John
Is this bat end loaded?
Elite
No, the Rawlings 5150 Alloy BBCOR (BBCA2) will not be created with an end load.
Brandon
I am 5'10 and 160 lbs. I have a very good build and I am an athletic kid. I will be facing upper 80's this summer. Do you recommend a 33" 30 oz or a 32" 29 oz?
fock the hit doc
Based on your height and weight, we suggest a 32" model in the Rawlings 5150 Alloy BBCOR (BBCA2).
Jason
I am 22 playing in college. I am 5'9 at 170lbs. What size would you recommend?
2b king
I would recommend the 32"/29 oz Rawlings 5150 (BBCA2) based on your height and weight.
Bobby
I am 6'3", 240 lbs and looking for a new bat. Would this be a good choice?
Malacki
The Rawlings 5150 Alloy BBCOR (BBCA2) is a very high performing bat. It is a great choice for a new bat.
Kara
What size bat should I get for my son? He is 5 foot 8 and weighs 125 pounds. He is 13 and is in his first year of Babe Ruth.
Joe
Based on your player's height and weight, we would suggest the 31 inch size of the Rawlings 5150 Alloy BBCOR (BBCA2).
Patrick
I 5' 10" tall and weigh 135 pounds. What size would you recommend?
2bkingghs
For a player this size we typically recommend a 32" model in the Rawlings 5150 Alloy BBCOR (BBCA2).
Gary T.
What is the difference between this bat and the normal 2013 5150 Velo?
pcs888
The Rawlings 5150 Alloy BBCOR (BBCA2 Adult) will be very similar to the 2014 model, the main difference will be the updated graphics. The VELO will have a special composite end cap that helps reduce swing speeds and increase performance.
Zach
What is the best way to determine what size bat I should get?
Landon
The best way to determine bat size for a player is based on their height and weight. For sizing assistance for the Rawlings 5150 Alloy BBCOR (BBCA2), check out our Bat Coach here: http://www.justbats.com/bat-coach/
Jason
Is this bat also BESR certified?
drew
The Rawlings 5150 Alloy BBCOR (BBCA2) will not be BESR certified.
Kelby
Which bat is better, the 2013 Rawlings 5150 Alloy or the Louisville Slugger TPX Z-1000 Composite? Also, my son is 5'10", 155 lbs, and is growing quickly. What size bat will fit him into next year?
Interested Mom
The Rawlings 5150 Alloy BBCOR: (BBCA2) would be an excellent model to take a closer look at, and will be higher performing. The one-piece alloy design makes this bat great for generating power, and will provide great pop. Based on the approximate players height and weight, I would probably recommend 33 inches.This size will allow him to use the bat next year as well.
Merritt
I am a contact and power hitter who plays 14u. Should I get the 5150 or the Voodoo Paradox?
Daniel
The Rawlings 5150 Alloy BBCOR (BBCA2) has a balanced swing weight and is a terrific bat for contact hitters. The Voodoo has an end loaded swing weight, which is great for hitters with power.
Jason
Does this bat have about the same feel as the Velo?
tater
Both the Rawlings 5150 Alloy BBCOR (BBCA2) and the 2014 Rawlings 5150 VELO BBCOR (BBV3) would be balanced one piece designs. The aerodynamics and the end cap design on the VELO give it a bit lower M.O.I and better balance which makes it feel like it has a lighter swing weight overall.
Patrick
What should I get? I'm looking at either a 5150 or the Louisville Slugger Raid?
mtipton
Both the Rawlings 5150 Alloy BBCOR (BBCA2) and the 2014 Louisville Slugger Raid (BBRD14-RR) would be good options. The preference would be between whether you like a stiff flex like the one piece 5150 or a two-piece hybrid design like the Raid. Contact hitters tend to like the two-piece bats whereas power hitters like a one-piece.
Patrick
Does the Easton S3 BBCOR 30/33 work well for power hitters?
Baseballer3
The Easton S3 BBCOR: (BB13S3) works extremely well for power hitters. The one-piece, balanced, alloy design makes it easy for player to generate a faster bat swing, and helps maximize overall performance.
Merritt
Which at do you guys think is better Rawlings 5150 or DeMarini OVERLORD? Does the DeMarini OVERLORD have trampoline resistance when the ball connects with the bat? It hard for me to decide I could use some help.
trey trey
The Rawlings 5150 Alloy BBCOR (BBCA2) and the 2014 DeMarini Voodoo OVERLORD BBCOR (DXVDC) are both nice options. They are hard to compare because they are so different. The OVERLORD is a two-piece hybrid design with a composite handle and an alloy barrel. The 5150 is a one-piece alloy design. The preference for one over the other would come down to which style you prefer.
Tessa
Which bat has a better overall performance: the 5150 or the Velo?
dmac
The Rawlings 5150 Alloy (BBCA2) and Velo will both be very high performing bats. For a contact hitter I would recommend the Velo as it is the more balanced of the two. If you are a power hitter the 5150 may offer better performance.
Bobby
I'm a contact hitter that relies on bat speed. Do you think I should get the 5150, the VELO, or the Easton S1? I'm 5'3" 100 lbs, and if you have any other suggestions please let me know.
baseballer
As a contact hitter, I would probably suggest looking for a two-piece, balanced design. Therefore, I think the 2014 Easton S1 BBCOR Baseball Bat: (BB14S1) would be an excellent choice for you. This model is designed to help player's generate a faster bat speed. The 2014 DeMarini CF6 BBCOR Baseball Bat: (DXCFC) is also a great choice for contact hitters as well.
Merritt
Does the Rawlings 5150 have a smaller barrel compared to other one-piece bats?
hjkampf
The Rawlings 5150 Alloy BBCOR Baseball Bat (BBCA2) will have the same barrel diameter and a similar barrel length to other one-piece alloy BBCOR bats.
Patrick
I am not a huge power hitter but more of a line drive hitter. Which bat would you recommend between this 5150 and the Louisville Slugger 515?
burny
Both the, Rawlings 5150 Alloy BBCOR Baseball Bat: BBCA2 and the Louisville Slugger Omaha 515 would be good bats for you as a contact hitter. However, the Omaha is going to be a little more balanced bat.
Cooper
What is the difference between this bat and the black Rawlings 5150?
jrod
The Rawlings 5150 Alloy BBCOR Baseball Bat (BBCA2) and the 2014 Rawlings 5150 Alloy BBCOR Baseball Bat (BB513) are very similar in terms of design and performance. The differences between the two model years would be mainly cosmetic in nature.
Patrick
What Rawlings bat has the most pop?
jrod
BBCOR certified bats like the Rawlings 5150 Alloy BBCOR Baseball Bat (BBCA2) will all be rated to have the same maximum performance level that they are able to achieve due to safety regulations. "Pop" would be more a term associated with a player's hitting ability rather than a quantifiable feature of the bat.
Patrick
Will the 5150 have more of a balanced feel? Will it be end loaded like an XL or Voodoo?
erysz38
The Rawlings 5150 Alloy BBCOR Baseball Bat (BBCA2) has a balanced swing weight.
Jason
Does this bat differ in any way compared to the 2014 black 5150 model?
cal
The Rawlings 5150 Alloy BBCOR Baseball Bat (BBCA2) and the 2014 black Rawlings 5150 are the exact same bat. The only difference is the cosmetic appearance.
Jason
Is this bat USSSA certified ?
dannybaseball
The Rawlings 5150 Alloy BBCOR Baseball Bat (BBCA2) is BBCOR certified which would supersede USSSA certification because it is stricter about performance limits. BBCOR bats do not feature USSSA stamps and vice-versa.
Patrick
I am 6'3" and weigh 200 lbs. What size would you recommend?
dboi
For a player of your size, our bat coach recommends a 34" 31 oz. model for the Rawlings 5150 Alloy BBCOR Baseball Bat (BBCA2).
Joe
is the black 5150 better than the red?
dboi
The 2015 Rawlings 5150 Baseball Bat BBCOR Baseball Bat (BB5150) will feature the same 5150 alloy in a one-piece balanced model as the 2014 Rawlings 5150 Alloy BBCOR Baseball Bat (BB513). The BB5150 will feature the pOp technology that allows for a larger sweet spot. The BB150 is the red model, and the BB513 is the black model.
Joe
Which bat is newer? The Red 5150 or the white 5150? Also, are these two models any different than the newer 5150s such as the black one and the 2015 shiny red one?
Mick
The Rawlings 5150 Alloy BBCOR Baseball Bat (BBCA) was the model that came before the Rawlings 5150 Alloy BBCOR Baseball Bat (BBCA2) and they are both very similar to each other and to the 2014 Rawlings 5150 Alloy BBCOR Baseball Bat (BB513). The new 2015 Rawlings 5150 Baseball Bat BBCOR Baseball Bat (BB5150) is slightly different. It has a more balanced feel than the previous models due to a new end cap design more similar to what the VELO has.
Patrick
Which one is better for overall and for me, (I am 5'10" and weigh 160lbs): (1) Rawlings 5150 Alloy BBCOR Baseball Bat BBCA2 (2) DeMarini Voodoo BBCOR Baseball Bat DXVDC
BaseballKid
Both the Rawlings 5150 Alloy BBCOR (BBCA2) and the DeMarini Voodoo BBCOR Baseball Bat (DXVDC) are great options. It would come down to preference of balance vs. end loaded swing weight. If you prefer a balanced design then I would recommend going with the Rawlings 5150. If you like more of an end loaded feel then the DeMarini Voodoo would be the better option. Both bats have a large sweet spot and perform great. The DeMarini Voodoo will have a slightly longer barrel compared to the Rawlings 5150 model.
John
What year model is this bat?
baseballdad
The Rawlings 5150 Alloy BBCOR Baseball Bat (BBCA2) is the 2012/2013 model.
Joe
I'm 18, in 12th grade, 5'10", and 140 lbs. Should I get a 32" or 33"?
Parker
For your age and size I would recommend going with a 32" Rawlings 5150 Alloy BBCOR Baseball Bat (BBCA2).
Jake
I'm 135 lbs. and about 5"8". What year and size would you recommend for me?
Matt
For a player of your size, our bat coach recommends the Rawlings 5150 Alloy BBCOR Baseball Bat (BBCA2) in a 31" 28 oz. model. The largest difference between the different year models of the 5150 will be the cosmetic design. All 5150 models will feature a one-piece full alloy model with a balanced swing weight.
Joe
I'm 5'8" and 185. What size should I use?
Iwantthisbat
We would recommend a 33" in the Rawlings 5150 Alloy BBCOR Baseball Bat (BBCA2) for a player with your height and weight..
John
I'm 6 feet tall and 175 pounds. I am currently a freshman in high school playing on varsity. Should I go with the 32" or 33" model?
Matt
Based on your height and weight, we would suggest the 33" model for the Rawlings 5150 Alloy BBCOR Baseball Bat (BBCA2)
Chinyere
I am a 6 foot 3 freshman and I weigh 195 pounds. What size do you recommend?
Brooks
Based on your height and weight, we would recommend a 34 inch size of the Rawlings 5150 Alloy BBCOR Baseball Bat (BBCA2).
Patrick
I am a 6 foot tall,140 pound freshman playing on my JV high school team. What size do you recommend?
tom
Based on height and weight, I would suggest a 33 inch size of the Rawlings 5150 Alloy BBCOR Baseball Bat (BBCA2).
Patrick
I want to buy this bat but is it babe ruth league 13-15 years old certified?
Danny
Only composite bats can be BBCOR certified in Babe Ruth League 13-15 years old. The Rawlings 5150 Alloy BBCOR Baseball Bat (BBCA2) is an alloy bat.
Frankie
I am 5 foot 10 inches, what size bat would you recommend?
Danny
Based on your height and using an average weight, I would recommend getting the Rawlings 5150 Alloy BBCOR Baseball Bat (BBCA2) in a 34 inch.
Frankie
Is the 30" 27 oz. model BBCOR certified?
joe v
All sizes of the Rawlings 5150 Alloy BBCOR Baseball Bat (BBCA2) will be BBCOR certified.
Joe
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Rawlings 5150 Alloy BBCOR Baseball Bat: BBCA2
Barrel Diameter 2 5/8
Baseball Bats BBCOR
Bat Type Baseball
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Length to Weight Ratio - 3
Material Aluminum
Series 5150
Vendor Rawlings
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