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What are the differences between the Rawlings R110MB and the Rawlings VELO PA110? And what is different about the Rawlings 141MV? (I know 141 is a different turn, but other than a slightly narrower handle, does it differ from the 110 turn?)
Asked by JB
The Rawlings Adirondack Maple Wood Baseball Bat: R110MB and the Velo PA110 are going to feel very similar since they feature the same turn. A 141 turn bat is just going to feature a thinner handle, and a more conventional knob, as opposed to the small flare knob on a 110.
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Description for Rawlings Adirondack Maple Wood Baseball Bat: R110MB
Quality wood at an affordable price. That's what the Rawlings R110MB Adirondack Maple wood bat gives you. The Rawlings R110MB is made from Performance Grade Maple wood that delivers a dense hitting surface for the best of both durability and performance. The R110MB has a stylish glossy black finish on the barrel with silver stamping and a natural handle. This bat is kiln dried for optimum moisture content and has a double lacquered finish for added durability. As its name might suggest, this bat features the popular 110 turn model that gives it a medium barrel diameter for increased bat speed and control during the player's swing. The handle is cut to a thick 1" diameter, further balancing out the weight of the bat throughout its length and increasing durability on pitches hit farther away from the sweet spot. This bat is great for practice or games. Many players choose to use an inexpensive wood bat like this for batting practice to avoid unnecessary wear and tear on their high dollar metal bat. Practice with a wood bat has also proven to be very beneficial to a player's mechanics. Rawlings: The Mark of a Pro! Free Shipping!