Smaller barrel bats are better for youth in that they offer a more balanced feel and therefore similar to metal, and they use higher density wood, which helps to offset the lack of bat speed for the physically less-developed youth.
Have you ever thought about what goes into the process of making your bat?
Would improving the quality of the bats help in reducing breakage rate? The answer is yes and learn here why.
Sorting of wood contains two very important elements — weighing and classifying of the wood.
You look good, you feel good, you play good! That same concept applies to a batter’s decision on whether or not to use batting gloves.