B-1 bats, or blem bats like we used to call them, are created when our yellow birch bat does not meet the exact qualifications of the client. That could happen a couple of different ways.
With the Big Leagues’ regulations for bats made for professional players, many people are a bit confused about what side of the bat to hit on. Grain side or face side? Let's answer the question!
B45 manufactures three types of bats: Premium, Pro Select, and Trophy Bats. Learn the differences between these types of bats.
Training bats are excellent tools for practicing fundamentals. Whether you are an experienced pro, or justing starting to play the game, it’s always important to practice good baseball fundamentals. Training tools such as fungos, one-handed bats, and heavy bats are used in all levels of the game.
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.